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Japanese Etiquette: The Dos and Don'ts of Mealtime

Japanese Etiquette: The Dos and Don'ts of Mealtime

There are a few important things you should know when you sit down to a Japanese meal. So whether you're visiting Japan or joining some Japanese friends for dinner, learn some basic Japanese etiquette with language tutor Emily G... Japan’s culture is very different from American culture, but perhaps the biggest surprise is how the differences touch even the most mundane parts of our daily lives. Meals in Japan, for example, can be very different from the typical American eating experience … Read More

Japanese Etiquette: The Dos and Don'ts of Mealtime
There are a few important things you should know when you sit down to a Japanese meal. So whether you're visiting Japan or joining some Japanese friends for dinner, learn some basic Japanese etiquette with language tutor Emily G... Japan’s culture is very different from American culture, but perhaps the biggest surprise is how the differences touch even the most mundane parts of our daily lives. Meals in Japan, for example, can be very different from the typical American eating experience
The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
As you learn Korean, you will come across different ways to describe future events. To make things easier, we've divided the future tense in Korean into a few different parts. Here, Minneapolis, MN Korean teacher Bryce J. explains how to describe future events in Korean... Now that you've learned how to describe the probable future, or events that may occur, let's move on to another aspect of Korean grammar, the definite future. The definite future tense, or polite present tense, is us
4 Ways Learning a Second Language Boosts Your Career
Want an easy way to boost your career? Learning a second language can be a fantastic way to get a leg up. Learn more in this guest post from our friends at Lingualia...   Finding employment in a struggling economy isn't always easy, especially if you are planning to move to another country or if you are simply looking for a new employer altogether. So, how do you improve your chances of getting the job? Learning a foreign language is highly recommended becasue of the benefits and a
How to Survive Your First Italian Conversation
Are you nervous about speaking Italian for the first time? Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some tips on how to survive your first Italian conversation... You've memorized a long list of Italian vocabulary words, and you've practiced repeating them out loud with your Italian teacher. But, are you confident enough in your skills to have an Italian conversation with someone other than your Italian instructor? The following tips and tricks will teach you how to navigate through your
Japanese Writing Systems for Beginners: Learn Hiragana
With three different writing systems, learning Japanese can be confusing for beginners. It's much easier to break the systems down, and focus on one at a time. Here, Japanese teacher Kaoru N. shares his tips to help you learn hiragana...  There are three types of letters in the Japanese language: hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Hiragana and katakana are based on sounds and pronunciation. In kanji, each character has its own meaning. Hiragana characters are the most fundamental and basic chara

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