Improve your vocabulary and reading skills with this online service–Pop Jisyo.
Paste the URL into the box at the top, click “English –> Japanese” and “Go.”
You will see pop-up notes for all English words on the page. It’s not perfect translation, but it’s a big help!
Click here to to try it on this page.
1. Excuse me. I have a question.
2. What does _ mandatory _ mean?
3. What’s the homework for next week?
4. How do you spell _ convenience _?
5. What page are we on?
6. Could you explain that again? I couldn’t understand.
7. Can I email you if I have a question?
8. What do I say if I want to _ disagree politely with someone _ ?
9. How do you say _ neko _ in English?
10. When is the assignment due?
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Check your knowledge of the words you have studied.
Go to the Back to Basics HP and choose the range of words that you want to practice.
Click “Go” and take the test.
Click this link to go to the test page.
Visit the homepage for Learning English Vocabulary by David Barker and listen to the words in the book. All words are recorded in American (AE) and British English (BE).
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