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Meaning of 地震


JLPT N4 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【じしん】(jishin).

Meaning: earthquake.

Type: Noun

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Example #1

kesa, jishin ga arimashita.
There was an earthquake this morning.
Example #2

Jishin de ressha ga tomatta.
The earthquake stopped the train.
Example #3

nihon wa jishin ga ooi desu.
Earthquakes are frequent in Japan.
Example #4

kare wa jishin de shinda.
He was crushed to death in the earthquake.
Example #5

Jishin de tatemono ga yureta.
The buildings shook in the earthquake.

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