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Issue #9 December 2018 DOWNLOAD the eBOOK: Please note: We are providing the sound files from this issue openly, but to follow along and have full access to grammatical notes and the running gloss, please either purchase this issue at: TheJapanShop.com or, better...read more
Directions in Japanese A quick kanji lesson. Here are a few kanji showing various directions in Japanese. Learn these useful characters when asking for directions or looking at a map. Only the most used readings are given. 上 On: ジョウ Kun: うえ Meaning: up; above 上手(じょうず)...read more
To those in the US, Happy Thanksgiving! We decided to make a quick video with Thanksgiving related words in Japanese. This is a special video since my son edited it for us--thank you Makoto! Here are the words in the video, plus a few extra. Turkey 七面鳥 shichimenchou...read more
Alexa! Speak Japanese. Did you know you can set your Alexa device to answer in Japanese? Same thing with Siri and other AI assistants. While I am certain these commands work for other devices, let's look at Alexa specifically. SETTING UP ALEXA IN JAPANESE If you have...read more
何か食べたいです。 I want something to eat – nanika tabetai desu. Note: the ‘I’ is assumed, but it just as easily be ‘you’ in the right context. To make that into a question, just add か. 何か食べたいですか？ Would you like something to eat? – nanika tabetai desu karead more
In English we say "Japanese" and "Spanish," but not "Germanese" or "Americanish." In Japanese, saying language names is, in some ways, easier. Just add a 語 go after the country mainly associated with the language. Regular Examples 日本 nihon Japan 日本語 nihongo Japanese...read more
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