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4 More Terrific Japanese Websites to Bookmark Now

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 … Read More

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
Back-to-School Vocabulary: 10 School Supplies in Japanese
Ready to go back to school? As you and your family prepare for the upcoming school year, continue your Japanese lessons and learn back-to-school vocabulary with language teacher Carol Beth L...  As the school year starts, it's time brush up on your vocabulary to talk about school supplies! Here are some Japanese vocabulary words that may prove useful as you head back to class. 1) Empitsu - Pencil Hiragana: ???? Kanji: ?? Because you'll definitely need a pencil when you go back to schoo
5 Must-Read Japanese Manga Books
When you're learning Japanese, reading Japanese manga comics may help you build your vocabulary and comprehension skills. Aside from that, though, you should read Japanese manga comics because they're fun and entertaining! Modern Japanese manga originated in Japan in the mid 1900s. The word manga literally refers to comics and cartoons. You can find manga in many genres like romance, sports, comedy, and science fiction. Manga can be sequential with many volumes in a series, or it can b
Joyeuse Fête des Pères: French Vocabulary for Father's Day
Whereas France and the U.S. celebrate Mother¬ís Day on different days in May, both countries celebrate Father¬ís Day on the same day every year: the third Sunday of June. Known in France as Fête des Pères, young children often show appreciation for their fathers by making crafty items, such as ties and bow ties made out of paper and cardboard picture frames made from cereal boxes. Older children, like those in the U.S., will often buy their father a gift that they know he'd love. Needles
5 Terrific Korean Learning Apps for Beginners
Learning to speak Korean can be challenging, especially for English speakers. The language has a different alphabet, Hangul, and it contains sounds that aren't found in English. The best way to learn how to speak Korean is through private lessons with a Korean teacher, but supplemental study materials can be very beneficial for Korean-language students. Between YouTube lessons and language-learning apps, there are lots of resources available to help you learn Korean. Check out the list

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