The Best Japanese Phrases – Learn Your Japanese Teacher’s Favorite Phrases

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The Best Japanese Phrases – Learn Your Japanese Teacher’s Favorite Phrases

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Top 5 Tips for Avoiding Common Mistakes in Japanese

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In this lesson, we’ll offer tips to help you overcome some common errors that learners of Japanese make. More

Top 5 Phrases Your Teacher Will Never Teach You

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The focus of this lesson is teaching you some very common Japanese expressions you might not learn from a Japanese teacher. More

5 Classroom Phrases in Japanese

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In this lesson, we’ll teach you the top five useful classroom phrases in Japanese, and then some! More

Tools for Learning Japanese

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Some great tools to aid you in your Japanese studies include the following: More

5 Classroom Phrases in Japanese

In this lesson, we’ll teach you the top five useful classroom phrases in Japanese, and then some!

1. “Please say it.” / “Please repeat.”
Itte kudasai (言っ てください) means “please say it.” As a variation, you might also hear ripīto shite kudasai (リピートしてください), which means “please repeat (after me),” when teachers want you to repeat exactly what they have said.
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Japanese Lesson2

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Basic Japanese PronunciationIt’s often said that Japanese pronunciation is one of the easiest aspects of the language. And guess what – it’s true! But it still takes some practice, and we’re here to help you with it. We’ll introduce you to the ins and outs of Japanese pronunciation and show you how it differs from English pronunciation.
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The Writing System

The Japanese writing system uses two syllabic scripts, known separately as hiragana (ひらがな) and katakana (カタカナ) and collectively as kana (かな), as well as thousands of Chinese characters known as kanji (漢字). Each script serves a different function. We use hiragana for grammatical elements and for words that do not use kanji (or for words where the author doesn’t know the kanji). We most frequently use katakana to write borrowed words of foreign origin and onomatopoeic sound effects. Finally, we use kanji for words of both Japanese and Chinese origin as well as many Japanese names. More

Let’s Learn Japanese!

Εικόνα1Welcome to my fresh and new category!Learning a language isn’t easy, but by enjoying the experience and turning it into an interactive game you can truly have a lot of fun. Moreover by learning you’re exercising your brain, and so you should be faster at memorizing and doing simple mental exercises. When you learn a new language you need to put words and verbs together, which works your brain. Also, it’s the best way to be more open to a whole new culture!Hope you’ll enjoy these lessons as musc as I! More

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