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Grammar Practice for Beginners: 3 Ways to Use Japanese Particles

Grammar Practice for Beginners: 3 Ways to Use Japanese Particles

When you're learning Japanese, you will be introduced to Japanese particles. Similar to prepositions in English, these words help to determine the role of other words within a sentence. Sound confusing? Don't worry. Here, Brighton, MA Japanese teacher Karou N. breaks down how to use Japanese particles...  Particles, functional parts of speech which indicate grammatical relationships between words, are important in any language. In the Japanese language, particles are categorized by functi … Read More

Grammar Practice for Beginners: 3 Ways to Use Japanese Particles
When you're learning Japanese, you will be introduced to Japanese particles. Similar to prepositions in English, these words help to determine the role of other words within a sentence. Sound confusing? Don't worry. Here, Brighton, MA Japanese teacher Karou N. breaks down how to use Japanese particles...  Particles, functional parts of speech which indicate grammatical relationships between words, are important in any language. In the Japanese language, particles are categorized by functi
5 Critical Questions To Ask Before Buying A Used Piano
In the market for a piano, and thinking about finding a used option instead of a brand-new instrument? Learn how to protect yourself and your investment in this guest post...   Are you planning on buying a used piano and wondering how to choose the right one without getting duped? Buying a used piano can be a precarious affair, since a used piano may not come with the warranty like a brand new one. However, you can make your task easier by asking the seller the following five crit
Seven Easy Jazz Guitar Songs for Beginners
Interested in jazz but not sure where to begin? Jazz has a long history and a wide variety of subgenres -- it's easy to get lost in it all! Here, guitar teacher Dylan P. shows you seven easy jazz guitar songs to get you started...   Jazz music can sound very complicated, to say the least. It involves a combination of skills, including speed, precision, and endurance. There are many great jazz guitarists that can attest to that. While advanced jazz can take quite a while to work
San Diego Museum Month: Our Favorites for Music Lovers
It's almost February, and that means Museum Month! This year marks the event's 25th annual celebration, offering half-off admission to more than 40 San Diego museums. While San Diego is best known for its many outdoor activities, nothing beats an afternoon browsing a local museum. With so many different museums located throughout the county, you can find something for everyone, from science buffs to SoCal surfer bros. And this February, there are several options for music and arts enthusi
Top Places to Visit in Spain (+ 10 Faux Pas To Avoid)
Want to avoid looking like a tourist during your trip to Spain? In this post, you'll first learn about some of the top destinations in Spain... then, tutor Emmanuel M. explains what NOT to do while you're there!   Spain is known as a beautiful, romantic, and overall wonderful place to visit. Tourists across the world visit Spain to explore the local sights, food, and traditions. You'll find that the people of Spain tend to be laid-back, good-natured, and cheerful -- and there are

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