Help with Learning Japanese: Study Guides & Speaking Tips
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Asking for Distances in Japanese Ever wondered how to ask, “How long does it take to get to ‘X’ or ‘Y’" in Japanese? This article explains in simple and clear terms how to proceed in doing so.
Japanese for Beginners: Understanding Written Sentences 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.
Numbers and Time in Japanese When studying Japanese, you will need to learn about counting in Japanese. Learn the Japanese numbers and the Japanese kanji numbers. Also learn how to tell time in Japanese.
Different Applications of the Japanese Te-Form The て-form (te-form) in Japanese is used in three different occasions: when making requests, asking and receiving permission, and describing two activities in a sentence. We can differentiate between these three usages by the additional ending added.
Different Japanese Sentence Structures and How to Form Them Creating a sentence in Japanese is relatively simple. Like Latin, the verb comes at the end of the sentence. We also show how to make a negative, and how to connect two verbs in the same sentence. Learn about the different Japanese sentence structures used in Japanese grammar.
How to Learn Japanese Through Mixi Japanese is one of the most notoriously difficult languages for English speakers to learn and is the native language to one of the most technologically sophisticated cultures in the world. Why not learn Japanese the same way they use it on a daily basis—on the online social website Mixi? Here's how.