Japanese Japanese Verbs - Group 4

Group 4 has the final 25 Japanese verbs from our list of the Top 100 Japanese Verbs for you to learn. Learn for free with audio flash cards and the dangerously addictive Lingo Dingo! One of these verbs could help you save the world!

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English Japanese
to watch miru
to receive uketoru
to take out (not food) toridasu
to count kazoeru
to play (instrument) ensoo suru
to get eru
to win katsu
to earn (money) kasegu
to visit hoomon suru
to wait for ~wo matsu
to help tasukeru
to remember omoidasu
to desire hossuru
English Japanese
to practice (as in to get better) renshuu suru
to clean kireini suru
to converse kaiwa suru
to deliver todokeru
to repeat kurikaesu
to return (an item, etc.) modosu
to get sick byoki ni naru
to wash oneself karada wo arau
to get dressed fuku wo kiru
to break (as in take a break) kyuukei suru
to bathe (oneself) ofuro ni hairu
to burn yaku

Learning Japanese Verbs Group 4

Return to the Japanese verbs menu when you have mastered Group 4 of the Top 100 Japanese verbs. Keep it up! Check out the Japanese phrases if verbs are no longer what you desire. There are also many Japanese words available for you to use. Your journey to learn Japanese should include speaking, writing, and understanding Japanese.