- What is your favorite place in Japan?
- What mobile app do you often use?
- stuff /stuhf/
- tip /tip/
- place /pleys/
- list /list/
- idea /ahy-DEE-uh/
[noun] used to refer to more things of a similar kind to ones you have mentioned
I need to buy papers, pens, and stuff for my exam tomorrow.
[noun] a useful piece of information, especially about how to do something
Please give some tips about the interview.
[noun] an area, town, building.
Could you tell me the new place of the store?
[noun] a record of short pieces of information, such as people’s names, usually written or printed with a single thing on each line and often ordered in a way that makes a particular thing easy to find.
She told me the lists of the examination day in their school.
[noun] a suggestion or plan for doing something
Jessa suggests the best idea with their Campus President to help improve the school academic activities.
Line is an application that most Japanese use to communicate with friends. It has cute Japanese stamps, points for users to earn and spend, news, coupons, and a lot more cool stuff.
YureKuru is a very helpful application that lets you know about an earthquake before it happens. It will also give you some tips on what to do in case of emergency.
3. Google Maps
Google Maps provides information about the place. It has been used by many people not just in Japan but around the world
HyperDia is an application that shows the route and lists of the railway and flights in Japan.
5. Bus Navitime
Bus Navitime provides bus schedules in your area.
Yelp helps you find restaurants to eat and places to visit.
7. Visit a City
Visit a City can be used offline to make your own travel guide.
This application gives you the best ideas for places that are popular among locals and helps you talk to people along the way.
PrintSmash lets you print a document or a photo by simply going to a convenience store.
Duolingo helps you learn basic Japanese words such as saying “thankyou” and “sorry” when talking to a native speaker.
11. TDR Alert
This app provides information about the attractions, restaurants, and activities in Tokyo Disneyland.
True or False:
- Line is used by most Japanese.
- Visit a City can be used online to make your own travel guide.
- Google Maps provides information about hospitals.
- Google Translate is one of the apps mentioned in the article.
- TDR alert provides information about Tokyo Disneysea.
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