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「Learn Japanese」 Need-to-Know Vocabulary to Watch ReLIFE #01 without Subtitles!

「Learn Japanese」 Need-to-Know Vocabulary to Watch ReLIFE #01 without Subtitles!

Welcome to the #WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitlesChallenge! Here’s how it works: each one of these video is based on a specific episode of anime and presents a list of vocabulary terms used throughout the ENTIRE episode of that anime that you need to know in order to watch that episode without subtitles and understand what’s being said (in terms of vocabulary at least). So, take some time to study the vocabulary list presented at the beginning of this video and then proceed to the flash-card style quiz to really be sure that you can recognize the words upon a moment’s notice! Afterwards, take the true test and watch that episode of the anime without subtitles and see if you can really understand what’s going on with just the Japanese language!

Vocabulary List:
駅前(えきまえ/ekimae) – ‘in front of station’
会社(かいしゃ/kaisha) – ‘company, corporation’
着く(つく/tsuku) – ‘to arrive at, to reach’
新卒(しんそつ/shinsotsu) – ‘recent graduate’
辞める(やめる/yameru) – ‘to resign, to retire, to quit, to leave (one’s job, etc.)’
方向性(ほうこうせい/houkousei) – ‘trend, course of action, direction’
活かす(いかす/ikasu) – ‘to make (the best) use of, to leverage (skills, attributes, experience, etc.), to capitalise on (experience, etc)’
決断力(けつだんりょく/ketsudanryoku) – ‘decisiveness’
行動力(こうどうりょく/koudouryoku) – ‘ability to take action, energy, fire, dynamism’
長所(ちょうしょ/chousho) – ‘strong point, merit, virtue, advantage’
現状維持(げんじょういじ/genjouiji) – ‘maintenance of the status quo’
就職(しゅうしょく/shuushoku) – ‘finding employment, getting a job’
仕送り(しおくり/shiokuri) – ‘allowance, remittance’
退職(たいしょく/taishoku) – ‘retirement (from office), resignation’
無職(むしょく/mushoku) – ‘unemployed, jobless, without an occupation’
申し遅れる(もうしおくれる/moushiokureru) – ‘to be slow in saying’
研究所(けんきゅうしょ/kenkyuusho) – ‘research establishment, research institute, laboratory’
胡散臭い(うさんくさい/usankusai) – ‘suspicious-looking, shady, questionable, dubious, fishy’
単刀直入(たんとうちょくにゅう/tantouchokunyuu) – ‘going right to the point, point-blank, without beating about the bush, frankness’
被験者(ひけんしゃ/hikensha) – ‘subject (of a medical experiment, etc.), test subject, trial subject, testee’
協力(きょうりょく/kyouryoku) – ‘cooperation, collaboration’
期間(きかん/kikan) – ‘period, term, interval’
面倒見(めんどうみ/mendoumi) – ‘taking care of someone’
違和感(いわかん/iwakan) – ‘uncomfortable feeling, feeling out of place, sense of discomfort’
若返る(わかがえる/wakagaeru) – ‘to be rejuvenated, to feel young again’
立ち話(たちばなし/tachibanashi) – ‘talking while standing, standing around talking’
怖気づく(おじけづく/ojikeduku) – ‘to be seized with fear, to be intimidated, to lose one’s nerve, to be frightened, to get cold feet, to chicken out, to have the wind up’
現実味(げんじつみ/genjitsumi) – ‘(sense of) reality’
確保(かくほ/kakuho) – ‘guarantee, maintain, ensure, insure, secure, reservation’
黒板(こくばん/kokuban) – ‘blackboard’
出席(しゅっせき/shusseki) – ‘attendance, presence, appearance’
早速(さっそく/sassoku) – ‘at once, immediately, without delay, promptly’
恥(はじ/haji) – ‘shame, embarrassment, disgrace’


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