JLPT N5 Vocabulary


younger brother

JLPT N5 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【おとうと】(otouto). Meaning: younger brother; little brother; kid brother.

Type: Noun

Level: JLPT N5 Vocabulary

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Example #1

anata wa otouto to nani o hanashimasu ka?
What do you talk about with your younger brother?
Example #2

watashi wa otouto ni jisho o agemashita.
I gave my brother a dictionary.
Example #3

watashi wa otouto ga umareta hi o oboete iru.
I recall the day when the younger brother was born.
Example #4

watashi ni wa otouto ga hitori to ane ga futari imasu.
I've got one brother and two sisters.
Example #5

kondo kuru toki ni wa, otouto san o tsurete kinasai.
When you come next time, bring your brother.

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