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中学2年レベルの単語一覧

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☆中学2年レベルの単語一覧☆
中学英語の学習・復習に。
品詞ごとに分類しています。
Double click English words for a dictionary and example sentences.
PCのみ英単語をダブルクリックすると辞書と例文の機能を使うことができます。
名詞(Noun) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
face kao
clock 置き時計 okidokei
lion ライオン raion
foot ashi
gun 鉄砲 teppou
hair kami
dictionary 辞書 jisho
computer コンピュータ conpyu-ta
radio ラジオ rajio
baby 赤ん坊 akanbou
coin 硬貨 kouka
knife ナイフ naifu
arm ude
album アルバム arubamu
ship fune
shoe kutsu
card カード ka-do
record レコード reko-do
glove グローブ guro-bu
animal 動物 doubutsu
hat 帽子 boushi
pocket ポケット poketto
mouth kuchi
head
先頭
atama
sentou
coat コート ko-to
rice ご飯 gohan
nose hana
finger yubi
meat niku
shirt シャツ shatsu
bench ベンチ benchi
eye me
leg ashi
bath 風呂 furo
train 列車 ressha
bicycle 自転車 jitensha (jidensha is the standard pronunciation but jitensha is actually correct)
ball ボール bo-ru
building 建物 tatemono
mouse はつかねずみ
ねずみ
hatsuka nezumi
nezumi
child 子供 kodomo
chicken ニワトリ niwatori
leaf ha
money お金 okane
coffee コーヒー ko-hi-
dish 皿,
料理
sara,
ryouri
paper 紙,
レポート
kami,
repo-to
ear mimi
bridge hashi
newspaper 新聞 shinbun
body 身体 karada
名詞(Noun) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
farm 農場 noujyou
market 市場 ichiba
college 大学 daigaku
top 頂上 choujyou
shop mise
corner かど kado
center 中央 chuuou
people 人々 hitobito
life 生活,
生命,
人生
seikatsu,
seimei,
jinsei
word 言葉 kotoba
English 英語 eigo
voice koe
moon tsuki
sky sora
sea umi
cloud kumo
wind kaze
airport 空港 kuukou
ground 地面 jimen
classroom 教室 kyoushitsu
museum 博物館 hakubutsukan
factory 工場 koujyou
land 陸地,
土地
rikuchi,
tochi
member 会員 kaiin
last 最後 saigo
question 質問 shitsumon
story hanashi
heart kokoro
sport スポーツ supo-tsu
water mizu
sun 太陽 taiyou
tea お茶 ocha
star
スター
hoshi
suta-
street 通り toori
America アメリカ amerika
road michi
island shima
earth 地球
大地
chikyuu
daichi
hill oka
wife tsuma
club クラブ kurabu
game 試合 shiai
music 音楽 ongaku
hobby 趣味 shumi
news ニュース nyu-su
river kawa
light 光(light)
明かり(brightness)
信号(traffic lights)
hikari
akari
shingou
lake mizuumi
stone ishi
hundred hyaku

 

名詞(Noun) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
guitar ギター gita-
potato じゃがいも jagaimo
belt ベルト beruto
vegetable 野菜 yasai
song uta
fun 楽しみ tanoshimi
soccer サッカー sakka-
speech 演説 enzetsu
business 商売 shoubai
health 健康 kenkou
idea 考え kangae
advice 忠告 chuukoku
mistake 誤り ayamari
feeling 感覚 kankaku
camp キャンプ kyanpu
party パーティー pa-ti-
million 100万 hyaku man
tooth ha
TV テレビ terebi
duck あひる ahiru
magazine 雑誌 zasshi
show ショー sho-
trip 旅行 ryokou
travel 旅行 ryokou
police 警察 keisatsu
success 成功 seikou
peace 平和 heiwa
rock ロック rokku
vacation 休暇 kyuuka
dream yume
love
愛する人
ai
ai suru hito
picnic ピクニック pikunikku
lesson 授業
jyugyou
ka
thousand sen
photo 写真 shashin
textbook 教科書 kyoukasho
video ビデオ bideo
horse uma
war 戦争 sensou
lie uso
contest コンテスト kontesuto
culture 文化 bunka
job 仕事 shigoto
homeroom ホームルーム ho-muru-mu
smile ほお笑み (ほほ笑み) hooemi (hohoemi)
*hohoemi is what most people use instead of saying hooemi
happiness 幸福 koufuku
football フットボール futtobo-ru
hope 希望 kibou
test 試験 shiken
plan 計画 keikaku

 

名詞(Noun) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
capital 首都 shuto
roof 屋根 yane
holiday 休日 kyuujitsu
Christmas クリスマス kurisumasu
air 空気 kuuki
wood 木材 mokuzai
cloth nuno
oil abura
sound oto
piece 断片 danpen
circle maru
program 番組 bangumi
dollar ドル doru
post 郵便 yuubin
noise 物音 monooto
law 法律 houritsu
front mae
port minato
lady 婦人 fujin
date 日付 hizuke (hiduke on the keyboard)
pond ike
salt shio
gold kin
ice koori
nature 自然 shizen
planet 惑星 wakusei
part 部分 bubun
food 食べ物 tabemono
seat 座席 zaseki
art 美術
芸術
bijyutsu
geijyutsu
inside 内側 uchigawa
math 数学 suugaku
mile マイル mairu
kind 種類 shurui
space 宇宙 uchuu
future 未来 mirai
birthday 誕生日 tanjyoubi
snow yuki
rain ame
mountain yama
grass kusa
sugar 砂糖 satou
fire hi
gift 贈り物 okurimono
pet ペット petto
home 故郷
furusato (kokyou)
ie
language 言語 gengo
example rei
history 歴史 rekishi
side 側面 sokumen

 

名詞(Noun) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
fork フォーク fo-ku
pie パイ pai
overcoat オーバー o-ba-
mirror kagami
locker ロッカー rokka-
pants ズボン zubon
chalk チョーク chyo-ku
key kagi
candy キャンディー kyandi-
beer ビール bi-ru
beef 牛肉 gyuuniku
medicine kusuri
phone 電話 denwa
fool 馬鹿 baka
guest kyaku
grandmother 祖母 sobo
team チーム chi-mu
eraser 消しゴム keshigomu
elevator エレベーター erebe-ta-
rat ネズミ nezumi
bell ベル beru
rabbit ウサギ usagi
butter バター bata-
chain くさり kusari
candle ろうそく rousoku
pork ブタ肉 butaniku
neck kubi
peanut ピーナッツ pi-natsu
medal メダル medaru
nest su
grandfather 祖父 sofu
fan ファン fan
person hito
group グループ guru-pu
machine 機械 kikai
skirt スカート suka-to
ring 指輪 yubiwa
band バンド bando
monkey サル saru
bar ※not nightclub 棒,横木 bou, yokogi
passport パスポート pasupo-to
shoulder kata
pig ブタ buta
clothes fuku
bear クマ kuma
carpet じゅうたん jyuutan
farmer 農場主 noujyoushu
*noujyounushi is the common way of reading this kanji
sailor 船員 senin
gentleman 紳士 shinshi
king 王様 ousama

 

動詞(Verb) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
find 見つける
~とわかる
mitsukeru
~towakaru
decide 決心する kesshin suru
seem ~のように思われる ~ no you ni omowareru
forget 忘れる wasureru
plan 計画する keikaku suru
see 見る
わかる
調査する
miru,
wakaru,
chousa suru
think 考える kangaeru
believe 信じる shinjiru
grow 成長する(growth, grow up)
になる(becomes)
増加する(increase, addition)
育てる(raise, rear, bring up)
栽培する(cultivate)
seichou suru
ninaru
zouka suru
sodateru
saibai suru
talk 話す hanasu
fly 飛行機で行く(fly by plane)
飛ぶ(jump, leap, fly, soar)
hikouki de iku
tobu
hold 握る
開催する(hold a meeting)
差し出す(submit, hold out)
nigiru
kaisai suru
sashi dasu
sleep 眠る neburu, nemuru
laugh 笑う warau
say 言う iu
* yuu is how most people read this because it is easier to say
hunt 狩りをする kari (w)o suru
wear 着る kiru
watch 見る miru
care 気にする kinisuru
understand 理解する rikai suru
thank 感謝する kansha suru
remember 思い出す
覚えている
omoidasu
oboeteiru
listen 聴く kiku
excuse 許す yurusu
love 愛する ai suru
draw 描く(draw a picture)
引く(pull an object)
egaku
hiku
drive 運転する unten suru
ask たずねる,
頼む
tazuneru,
tanomu
clean 掃除する souji suru
climb 登る noboru
call 電話をかける denwa (w)o kakeru
wake 目が覚める me ga sameru
push 押す osu
cry 泣く naku
hear 聞く kiku
hope 望む nozomu
discover 発見する hakken suru
feel 感じる kanjiru
worry 悩ませる nayamaseru
imagine 想像する souzou suru
wish 望む nozomu
dislike 嫌う kirau
teach 教える oshieru
shout 叫ぶ sakebu
sit 座る suwaru
throw 投げる nageru
show 見せる miseru
tell 教える,
語る
oshieru,
kataru
enter 入る hairu
answer 答える kotaeru

 

shupa

動詞(Verb) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
dress 着る kiru
sail (船を)走らせる (fune (w)o) hashiraseru
happen 起こる okoru
keep 保つ
~を続ける
(~を持ち)
tamotsu
~(w)o tsuzukeru
(~(w)o mochi)
strike 打つ utsu
name 名づける nazukeru
fail 失敗する shippai suru
rest 休息する kyuusoku suru
ski スキーをする suki- (w)o suru
join 参加する sanka suru (for example: join a party)
win 勝つ katsu
hurry 急ぐ isogu
rise 起き上がる,
のぼる
okiagaru
noboru
fall 落ちる ochiru
take (時間が)かかる,
連れて行く,
持っていく,
取る
(jikan ga) kakaru
tsurete iku
motteiku
toru
end 終わる owaru
begin 始まる
(始める)
hajimaru
(hajimeru)
die 死ぬ shinu
pay 支払う shiharau
paint 描く,
(~に)ペンキを塗る
egaku
(~ni) penki (w)o nuru
lend 貸す kasu
kill 殺す korusu
close 閉じる tojiru
start 出発する,
~を始める
shuppatsu suru
~(w)o hajimeru
pick 選ぶ,
摘む
erabu
tsumu
turn 曲がる,
回る,
変化する
magaru
mawaru
henka suru
invite 招待する shoutai suru
build 建てる tateru
practice 練習する renshuu suru
jump 跳ぶ tobu
dry 乾く kawaku
mean 意味する imi suru
add 加える kuwaeru
pass 過ぎる,
合格する,
手渡す
sugiru
goukaku suru
tewatasu
test 試みる kokoromiru
carry 運ぶ hakobu
lose 失う,
負ける
ushinau
makeru
cut 切る kiru
borrow 借りる kariru
shop 買い物をする kaimono (w)o suru
advise 忠告する,
助言する
chuukoku suru
jyogon suru
skate スケートをする suke-to (w)o suru
bring 持って来る mottekuru
spend 費やす,
過ごす
tsuiyasu
sugotsu
finish 終える oeru
set 置く oku
change 変わる kawaru
shine 光る,
輝く
hikaru
kagayaku
rain 雨が降る ame ga furu
become ~になる ~ni naru

 

形容詞(Adjective) 日本語(Japanese) ローマ字(Romaji)
clever 利口な rikou na
angry 怒って okotte
dear 親愛なる shinai naru
strange 奇妙な kimyou na
last この前の~
最後の~
kono mae no ~
saigo no ~
other ほかの~ hoka no ~
absent 欠席の~ kesseki no ~
ready 用意できている youi dekiteiru
right 正しい(correct)
右に(on the right)
tadashii
migi ni
full いっぱいの~ ippai no~
weak 弱い yowai
brown 茶色の~ cha iro no ~
special 特別の~ tokubetsu no ~
rainy 雨降りの~ ame furi no ~
such そのような sono you na
past 過去の~ kako no ~
quiet 静かな shizuka na
loud (声の)大きい (koe no) ookii
free 自由な
ひまな
jiyuu na
hima na
wonderful すばらしい subarashii
useful 役に立つ yakunitatsu
light 薄い (light color) usui
difficult むずかしい muzukashii
popular 人気のある ninki no aru
human ~ 人間の ningen no
welcome ようこそ youkoso
own 自分の jibun no
bright 明るい akarui
deep 深い fukai
different 違った chigatta
same 同じ onaji
low 低い hikui
main 主な omona
interesting おもしろい omoshiroi
tired 疲れて tsukarete
foolish 愚かな oroka na
well 健康な kenkou na
usual ~ 通常の tsuujyou no
afraid 恐れて osorete
each おのおのの~ onoono no~
lucky 好運な kouun na
few (aをつけ)少数の~ (“a” (w)o tsuke) shousuu no
cloudy 曇った kumotta
sure 確信して kakushin shite
enough 十分な juubun na
American アメリカの amerika no
wide 幅が広い haba ga hiroi
important 重要な jyuuyou na
great すばらしい,
広大な
subarashii,
koudai na
yellow 黄色の kiiro no (oushoku no~)

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  9. Glen Charles Rowell

    My pleasure. If you would like any other sentences listed just post a message.
  10. Glen Charles Rowell

    ボランティア募集中:時間があれば、ローマ字リストを作って下さい。 グレンより
  11. 智子

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    英会話レッスン料の他に教材費はいくらくらいかかりますでしょうか?
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  16. Glen Charles Rowell

    当方で所有しているテキストを利用することが出来れば、教材費がかかりません。また、生徒さんのご希望で使用したいテキストがございましたら
    レッスンの進め方等の確認後、そちらを利用致します。
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    Voices–generally is defined as sound, and as such is a concrete noun.

    I didn’t understand this. I think “voices” is a abstract noun because it is not able to be touched, either seen.
  19. Glen Charles Rowell

    If a sound can be heard and it is made of vibrations moving through air particles, then it is a concrete noun. Also remember that sometimes you can feel sound produced by speakers with your hands or body.

    If the voice you are referring to is imagined or not real, then it would be considered as an abstract noun though.

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    When the compression and rarefactions of the sound waves strike the eardrum, they result in the sensation of sound.

  20. Glen Charles Rowell

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  72. Glen Charles Rowell

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