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Here is a quick dialogue we recorded some years ago of two Japanese friends of ours. こんにちは。由美さん あら、こんにちは。マイクさん。 [su_spoiler title="Translation"...read more
Issue #1 April 2018 PLEASE NOTE: We are pleased to announce we have launched our Patreon subscription for Makoto! Grab #1 here for free and if you like what you see, click here to view our Patreon deals. Not only can you get Makoto at a discount, but you will also get...read more
Japanese is famous for dropping pronouns. Once the topic or subject of a conversation is established, it is awkward to continually use the pronoun. And yet, ironically, there are tons of pronouns available for use—even more when considering dialects. As mentioned...read more
Japanese animal names vocabulary list for beginners. Let’s learn a few common animal names in Japanese. First, the word for “animal” is 動物 doubutsu. This literally means moving (動) thing (物).read more
On, Kun? What is That? And When Do I Use Which? Hiragana, katakana, and kanji are the three legs that make up the Japanese writing system stool. The kana (a classification name for hiragana and katakana together) are fairly easy to learn in just a few weeks of careful...read more
Tacos?! Okay, this has nothing to do with the yummy Mexican food, but see below for what "tako" means in Japanese and your ears. 耳にたこができる mimi ni tako ga dekiru to be sick and tired of hearing something to hear something over and over again [su_youtube...read more
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