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New in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Imagine someone proudly showing off their new (新しい – あたらしい) car and saying, "Ah, this is truly a (got) lucky (new) car!" (あたらしい – got lucky).
– Remember the first part "あたら" sounds like "a tie-ra," like getting a "new tie."

– あたらしい (atarashii) is an i-adjective used to describe something that is new or fresh.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 新 (しん – shin): Often used in compounds, like 新しい (あたらしい – atarashii).
– 新た (あらた – arata): More formal or literary term for "new."

Alternate Meanings (like slang):
– While あたらしい (atarashii) generally means "new," in casual conversation, it can sometimes imply something exciting or novel. However, slang usage is less common for this word.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
– あたらしい車を買いました。 (atarashii kuruma o kaimaa.) – I bought a new car.
– その店にはいつもあたらしい商品が入ります。 (sono mise ni wa itsumo atarashii shouhin ga hairimasu.) – That store always gets new products.
– この本はあたらしい情報がたくさんあります。 (kono hon wa atarashii jouhou ga takusan arimasu.) – This book has a lot of new information.
– 私はあたらしい友達と会いました。 (watashi wa atarashii tomodachi to aimaa.) – I met a new friend.

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