Feeling confident about your knowledge of Japanese particles? Time to review your knowledge and see how well you understand this aspect of Japanese grammar. The second page provides the opportunity to review your knowledge of basic Japanese Kanji.
This article provides some new Japanese characters with explanations and sketches to make sure they are easily learned and remembered.
Completely mastering counters in Japanese can take months of practice, if not longer. Get used to considering the size and shape of objects when counting them. If you can get into the mindset of the Japanese counter, you will be able to use them more accurately in less time.
Ever felt puzzled by written Japanese sentences? There’s a logic present in Japanese sentences and being able to identify the key elements will make reading Japanese a whole lot easier. This article will explain how to do just that.
When speaking, we say “there is” or “there are” for both inanimate and animate objects. In Japanese, different verbs exist to express that phrase. Learn how to use ある (aru) and いる (iru) in Japanese sentences, and when it is appropriate to use each form.
When studying Japanese grammar, you need to understand how to form verbs in the past tense. Learn how to conjugate Japanese verbs in the long-form past tense, including irregular verbs.
When studying Japanese, you will need to know the different demonstratives, which direct you to the location of an object. Learn the words for “this,” “that” and “which” in Japanese, including the demonstratives when you know the name of the object and when you do not know the name of the object.
Play Final Fantasy IV on the Nintendo DS to understand the general structure of the Japanese language.
This article will brief Japanese learners on how to greet friends, strangers, and those who merit great respect. It will detail different greetings and whom they should be used with as well as the body language appropriate for Japanese greetings.
Remembering hiragana can be done by forced repetition but there are alternatives. This article provides some mnemonic techniques which will make learning similar hiragana much easier. We start with vowels.