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This medicine will do you a good deal of good.
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Vocabulary list

kono
pre-noun adjectival
  1. this (something or someone close to the speaker (including the speaker), or ideas expressed by the speaker)
  2. last (couple of years, etc.); these; past; this (in ref. to a stretch of time or date)
  3. you (as in "you liar") (emphatic, accusatory, insulting)
kusuri
noun
  1. medicine; pharmaceuticals; (legal) drugs; pill; ointment; salve
  2. efficacious chemical (gunpowder, pesticide, etc.)
  3. (pottery) glaze
  4. (illegal) drug; narcotic
  5. small bribe
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle (pronounced わ in modern Japanese)
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
taihen
adverb
  1. very; greatly; terribly; awfully
na adjective, noun
  1. immense; enormous; great
  2. serious; grave; dreadful; terrible
  3. difficult; hard
noun
  1. major incident; disaster
yoku
adverb
  1. nicely; properly; well; skillfully; skilfully
  2. frequently; often
  3. I'm glad that you ...; thank you for ...
  4. (you have) quite the nerve to; I don't know how you can ...
ii

Adverbial Form

yoku
i adjective (yoi/ii)
  1. good; excellent; fine; nice; pleasant; agreeable (also written 良い, 好い and 善い)
  2. sufficient; enough; ready; prepared
  3. profitable (deal, business offer, etc.); beneficial
  4. OK; all right; fine; no problem (as て(も)いい, と(も)いい, etc.; indicates permission or compromise)
kiku
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be effective; to take effect; to be good (for) (usu. 効く)
  2. to work; to function well (usu. 利く for body senses, functions, etc.)
  3. to be possible (to do, use, etc.); to be able to
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to taste (alcohol); to try

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