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The Japanese Writing Systems for Beginners: Learn Kanji

The Japanese Writing Systems for Beginners: Learn Kanji

When you're studying Japanese, you will learn new vocabulary, grammar, and writing systems. Now that you've been introduced to hiragana , it's time to talk about kanji. Here, Brighton, MA Japanese teacher Karou N. shares some effective study tips to help you learn kanji... If you’re interested in studying Japanese, and you've made up your mind to learn the language, there’s no way to avoid kanji. Understanding kanji, and being able to read and write the letters correctly, is important for … Read More

The Japanese Writing Systems for Beginners: Learn Kanji
When you're studying Japanese, you will learn new vocabulary, grammar, and writing systems. Now that you've been introduced to hiragana , it's time to talk about kanji. Here, Brighton, MA Japanese teacher Karou N. shares some effective study tips to help you learn kanji... If you’re interested in studying Japanese, and you've made up your mind to learn the language, there’s no way to avoid kanji. Understanding kanji, and being able to read and write the letters correctly, is important for
8 Essential Japanese Greetings: Hello, Good Morning, & More!
Want to learn basic greetings in Japanese? Greetings are an important part of any language because they allow you to connect and communicate with others, even as a beginner. If you're planning a trip to Japan soon or are trying to learn how to speak Japanese, keep reading to find out some of the most common Japanese greetings. 8 Popular Greetings in Japanese 1. Ohayou gozaimasu (kanji: ????????, hiragana: ?????????) This greeting is how you would say "good morning" in Japanese. The
5 Common Japanese Phrases You Should Know
Japanese people are full of life in their expression and communication, which makes the  language very fun and interesting to learn. The language has become globally accepted, so whether you're planning a trip to Japan or just looking to broaden your horizons, you can definitely benefit from learning basic Japanese vocabulary. Here are some common Japanese phrases to get you started. 1. Shitsurei shimasu Shitsurei shimasu means “excuse me, please.”  The literal translation of the p
Make Learning Fun: The Best Japanese Learning Games
There are lots of great ways to teach yourself Japanese through interactive, fun games. While it’s best to learn to speak conversational Japanese with one-on-one tutoring, you can start learning basic words and phrases with video-based games and puzzles. It will take time and dedication (plus a really great teacher) to learn the Japanese language, but you can have fun playing Japanese learning games to get started. Video game designers have created several versions of Japanese learning
4 More Terrific Japanese Websites to Bookmark Now
At first, learning Japanese may seem intimidating. The characters, also known as Kanji, can be difficult to memorize. Because it's not as common to learn Japanese as opposed to Spanish or French, there are fewer online resources available. Luckily, we've done the work for you and rounded up the best Japanese websites to help you learn! 1) JapanesePod101 This is an ongoing podcast that releases new lessons every few days. Most of the lessons are audio only, however, the site does have some

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