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Japanese Word of the Day

I wish it had Japanese words

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    Benjamin TruittAdminBenjamin Truitt (CEO, Vocabology) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Please send a new Japanese word every day

      • promykpromyk commented  · 

        Yes please!!!!

      • Corsair4Corsair4 commented  · 

        I would love to see the Japanese

      • LydiaLydia commented  · 

        Yes please add cus I study Japanese and I don't have it this tri in school do this will keep me up to date

      • ChristmacChristmac commented  · 

        I would love this!!! Please add.

      • BiscottiBiscotti commented  · 

        This would be great. As a student of Japanese, having a wotd presented with rōmaji, katakana/hiragana, And kanji where applicable would be indispensable. There are other Japanese wotd apps out there, but having all the languages I'm trying to learn bundled together would be a nice feature.

      • EmilieEmilie commented  · 

        Romaji along with the kanji/kana is essential when adding Japanese words. I'm learning Japanese and it would be very helpful.

      • MaureenMaureen commented  · 

        Japanese language is commonly used nowadays and it easy to learn. I think it important to have this function.

      • TracyTracy commented  · 

        Yes! I would love to learn a Japanese word everyday!

      • KyleKyle commented  · 

        Indeed only having a few European is step in the right direction for bilingualism; however the limit there is rather disappointing. Having studied Japanese for 3 years, it would be nice to brush up on a language I'm actually fluent in!

      • jaypunkrawkjaypunkrawk commented  · 

        A Japanese word of the day presents an inherent problem of how to display the word. I would prefer kana/kanji, but those that aren't seriously studying the language would need rōmaji to be able to read the word. This would have to be addressed.

      • Cory ReedCory Reed commented  · 

        Jisho.org is also a good resource for an English / Japanese dictionary; in English.

      • TrikvTrikv commented  · 

        Agree. Something like from the website Rikai(Japanese words with English defintions) would be nice.

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