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Juice in Japanese 🇯🇵

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juice ジュース
How to say “juice” in Japanese? “ジュース”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ジュース” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on juice in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Visualize the word "juice" being poured into a glass and then label it with the word "ジュース" on the glass.
– Note the similarity in pronunciation: "ジュース" (ju-su) sounds very similar to "juice."
– Break it down: ジ (ji) is like the "j" in "juice," ュ (yu) as "you," and ス (su) is like a soft "s" sound.

– "ジュース" is a loanword from English, pronounced as "jÅ«su." It is written in Katakana, which is used for foreign words.
– Although it primarily means "juice," it can refer to any liquid beverage that isn’t water, tea, or coffee.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– 果汁 (かじゅう, kajÅ«): This specifically means fruit juice.
– 飲み物 (のみもの, nomimono): A general term for a drink or beverage.

Alternate Meanings (like slang):
– In some casual contexts, ジュース might be used to refer to sports drinks or even sodas, though it's less common.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. 朝ごはんにオレンジジュースを飲みました。
– (あさごはんにオレンジジュースをのみました。)
– Asa gohan ni orenji jÅ«su wo nomimaa.
– I drank orange juice for breakfast.

2. このジュースは新鮮な果物から作られています。
– (このジュースはしんせんなくだものからつくられています。)
– Kono jÅ«su wa shinsen na kudamono kara tsukura rete imasu.
– This juice is made from fresh fruits.

3. 冷たいジュースが欲しいですか?
– (つめたいジュースがほしいですか?)
– Tsumetai jÅ«su ga hoshii desu ka?
– Do you want a cold juice?

4. スーパーでリンゴジュースを買いました。
– (スーパーでリンゴジュースをかいました。)
– SÅ«pā de ringo jÅ«su wo kaimaa.
– I bought apple juice at the supermarket.

5. 彼は試合の後でスポーツジュースを飲んだ。
– (かれはしあいのあとでスポーツジュースをのんだ。)
– Kare wa shiai no ato de supōtsu jÅ«su wo nonda.
– He drank a sports drink after the game.

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