Japanese for Children

Transitional Words in Japanese

Posted on: February 16, 2012

さらに、かつもと, しかも:furthermore, moreover
だから、それで、ので、そのけっか: for this reason
やはり:also; as I thought; still; in spite of; absolutely; of course
しかし、けれでも、しかしながら, だが:but
つまり:in other words, briefly
そして, それから, それに, そのうえ:in addition, furthermore
このように:in this way
ちなみに:for your information
げんざい、いまのところ:at present
これから:after this
むしろ:rather, instead
だからといって、からといって:while it may be true that..
ところが, ただ,それなのに、それでも,それにもかかわらず:however, neverthesless
そのじつ、じつわ:in fact
いっぽう、このかん、このうち:meanwhile, recently, the other day
ほんらい、つうじょお:normally, usually
さて:…well, …then
いずれにしろ:in any way
とにかく:in any way
まさに:exactly, for sure

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