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September 24, 2019

Advanced Word of the Day – 浅い [shallow; superficial]

The Japanese Page Word of The Day - Shallow-Superficial

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Word of the Day: September 25, 2019

浅い

noun | あさい


MEANING: shallow; superficial (asai)

EXAMPLE SENTENCE:

彼は、その浅い溝を飛び越えた。

かれはそのあさいみぞをとびこえた。
He leapt over the shallow ditch.

NOTES:
浅 【セン・あさい】 shallow; superficial; frivolous; wretched; shameful

VOCABULARY:
彼 【かれ】 he
その that
浅い 【あさい】 shallow
溝 【みぞ】 ditch; drain; gutter
飛び越えた 【とびこえた】 jumped over (飛ぶ to jump; fly + こえる to go over)

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