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English Core 100 Word List

100 Words
bad (adj)
Today the weather is bad.
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near (adj)
Nice to meet you.
Mr Abe, nice to meet you. I'm Tashiro.
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Hello.
"Hello" is the important greeting.
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Good morning.
Good morning. I'm still sleepy.
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Good afternoon.
"Good afternoon," is a greeting used from noon to early evening.
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Good evening.
Good evening, Ms. Sato, it's cold today.
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Good night.
I said good night to everyone when I left the party.
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How are you?
Hello, Mr. Matsushima, how are you?
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Thank you!
Be sure to say "Thank you".
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No.
Delicious!
Chinese food is delicious!
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I'm...(name).
Goodbye.
Goodbye, I'll see you tomorrow.
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Yes.
a day of the week, typically the first of the working week
Monday (n)
a day of the week, typically the first of the working week
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are weekdays.
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a day of the week, after Monday and before Wednesday
Tuesday (n)
a day of the week, after Monday and before Wednesday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are weekdays.
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a day of the week, typically the middle of the working week
Wednesday (n)
a day of the week, typically the middle of the working week
Tomorrow is Wednesday, and the day after tomorrow is Thursday.
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a day of the week, after Wednesday and before Friday
Thursday (n)
a day of the week, after Wednesday and before Friday
Tomorrow is Wednesday, and the day after tomorrow is Thursday.
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a day of the week, typically the last day of the working week
Friday (n)
a day of the week, typically the last day of the working week
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are weekdays.
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a day of the week, the first day of the weekend
Saturday (n)
a day of the week, the first day of the weekend
Sunday
the fifth month of the year
May (n)
the fifth month of the year
the first month of the year
January (n)
the first month of the year
the second month of the year
February (n)
the second month of the year
Leap year day is February 29th.
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