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13 Must-Know Japanese Expressions for Travelers

13 Must-Know Japanese Expressions for Travelers

Whether you're studying the language or planning a trip to Japan, it's important to know some basic Japanese phrases. Learn these useful Japanese expressions with language teacher Andrew P... So, you're planning  a trip to Japan, or Nihon as the locals say. Hopefully you'll be traveling with someone who is fairly fluent in Japanese (Nihongo) because most Japanese people (Nihonjin) speak very little English. If you're traveling alone, however, there's no need to worry. Here are 13 basic … Read More

13 Must-Know Japanese Expressions for Travelers
Whether you're studying the language or planning a trip to Japan, it's important to know some basic Japanese phrases. Learn these useful Japanese expressions with language teacher Andrew P... So, you're planning  a trip to Japan, or Nihon as the locals say. Hopefully you'll be traveling with someone who is fairly fluent in Japanese (Nihongo) because most Japanese people (Nihonjin) speak very little English. If you're traveling alone, however, there's no need to worry. Here are 13 basic
5 Reasons You Should Learn Japanese
  Japanese may not be the first topic that comes to mind when you think of studying a foreign language, but there are many great reasons to learn Japanese. Whether you're considering language lessons for yourself or your son or daughter, here are five ways you can benefit from learning Japanese. 1) Travel Learning Japanese language basics is essential for anyone interested in traveling to Japan. While you don't need to be fluent, you'll have a much easier time making your way around if you
5 Benefits of Taking French Lessons on Skype
When you're learning French, interacting with native or fluent speakers is one of the best ways to improve your language skills; and in the digital age, connecting with French speakers and instructors is now easier than ever. If you're looking to take your French to the next level, arranging an online lesson with a French instructor might be just the thing for you. What's more, the popular live video platform Skype is the perfect medium for taking French lessons online and offers many ben
Spanish Vocabulary: Feelings and Emotions in Spanish
No matter which language you speak, emotions will always be an important part of human interactions. In this article, tutor Jason N. teaches you how to express your feelings and emotions in Spanish...   You've learned Spanish grammar rules, how to show comparisons, and perhaps some basic vocabulary. Next up: learning a broad spectrum of emotional language, which is key to expressing yourself fully in another language. Ideally, you can practice this over a long period of time if
5 Common Fears Of New Spanish Learners (And How To Overcome Them)
Thinking about learning Spanish, but terrified of feeling (or sounding) silly as a new learner? Don't fret -- everyone goes through the beginner stages! Here, online Spanish tutor Emmanuel M. shares his helpful tips...   Learning a new language can be difficult, but just like with anything else, all it takes is practice, confidence, and helpful tools. Common fears that new Spanish learners have tend to center around pronouncing words, understanding others, having a conversation, forge

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