Q: rudimentary とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Rudimentary" very generally means that something is very simple, basic, not complex, or primitive.

The wheelbarrow was very rudimentary - The construction and design for the wheelbarrow was very primitive or simple.


Q: rudimentary を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Type "rudimentary", including the quotation marks, in Google and then press the "News" tab and you will see thousands of correctly used examples. This is a great technique to use for any word or expression in any language.


Q: rudimentary と rudimental はどう違いますか?
A: rudimentary = undeveloped, simple, incomplete
rudimental = the basics of an ability, the first things you need to learn

I speak French at a rudimentary (= very simple, incomplete) level. I know some greetings and I can order food in a restaurant, and that's it.
The students practiced rudimental (= basic skills) verb conjugation exercises to improve their English skills.
Q: rudimentary と elementary はどう違いますか?
A: They both can mean "basic and simple". "Rudimentary" has a quality of just getting started, not fully developed. It can be similar to "primitive".

"The country struggled to get everyone vaccinated because they only had a rudimentary healthcare system"

"Elementary" is used most often to refer to the early years of an education, although the character Sherlock Holmes famously likes to say "It's elementary, my dear Watson!"
Q: rudimentary と basic はどう違いますか?
A: Rudimentary is used for ore of the basics of something. Basic nowadays is now used as describing someone,but can also be the same as rudimentary


Q: rudimentary の発音を音声で教えてください。
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