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Useful websites to help you learn Japanese

I recommend the following free web sites to help you study Japanese: Denshi Jisho - Online...
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We hardly ever use YOU (anata)

We hardly ever use YOU (anata) We hardly ever use the word YOU (ANATA) in conversational...
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'I' - Watashi, Boku or Ore?

'I' - WATASHI and others There are several equivalents of 'I' in Japanese. WATASHI is the most...
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Japanese Language Proficiency Test (J.L.P.T.)

An interesting way to motivate yourself to study Japanese is to take the internationally...

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  • We hardly ever use YOU (anata)

    Takako Parsons Japanese Tutor (Shrewsbury) Picture We hardly ever use YOU (anata) We hardly ever use the word YOU (ANATA) in conversational Japanese. If you use ANATA with your family, friends and colleagues, it sounds very cold and unfriendly, either blaming or sarcastic. Referring your superior as ANATA would be extremely rude! Instead,...
  • 'I' - Watashi, Boku or Ore?

    Takako Parsons Japanese Tutor (Shrewsbury) Picture 'I' - WATASHI and others There are several equivalents of 'I' in Japanese. WATASHI is the most common word and found in most Japanese textbooks. WATASHI is used by both female speakers of all ages and adult male speakers in general. On the other hand, ORE is used by male speakers in quite...
  • 'Japanese for Busy People'

    Japanese Tutor (North London) Picture I recommend the textbook, 'Japanese for Busy People'. This is the one of the most popular resources for learning Japanese recommended to any adults. The more you learn about Japanese resources, the more you will notice how well this book is made.

 

  • 'Minna no Hihongo'

    Japanese Tutor (North London) Picture Likewise 'Japanese for Busy People', this is remarkably and efficiently made.
  • Useful websites to help you learn Japanese Editor's Pick

    Yukari Maller Japanese Tutor (Gloucester) Picture I recommend the following free web sites to help you study Japanese: Denshi Jisho - Online Japanese Dictionary http://jisho.org/ The Kanji Site http://www.kanjisite.com/ Romanji to Hiragana and Katakana Converter http://www.whiteagle.net/jap/r2kconvert.htm The...
  • Japanese Language Proficiency Test (J.L.P.T.) Editor's Pick

    Japanese Tutor (Nottingham) Picture An interesting way to motivate yourself to study Japanese is to take the internationally recognised Japanese Language Proficiency Test. This test has a variety of levels from begineer to advanced with the high levels being the standard for employment with Japanese Companies or for study at...