Monthly Archives: April 2008
Telling the time in Japanese is not too difficult, there are some simple rules to follow. In this lesson we will learn how to tell the time and learn how to talk about how long something will take. So, first … Continue reading
This is part one in an on-going list of Japanese verbs that I will publish on this site. I will create more lists of Japanese verbs in the future. There is no grading about most commonly or least commonly used, … Continue reading
I think one of the most important things to learn when learning Japanese or any other foreign language is to pick up as many verbs as you can. It’s important to learn about some basic Japanese verbs, before even worrying … Continue reading
In the Japanese language, the particle de is often used as the equivalent of the English words at and by. For example, “I went by car” is translated as kuruma de ikimashita. However, the particle de can also be used … Continue reading
If you want to practice your Japanese greetings then this video lesson will be useful for you.
This free online Japanese dictionary is too cool for school. Check it out:
There are a few “seeing” verbs in Japanese that are useful in everyday Japanese conversation. They are:
The following Japanese grammar video will explain how to ask for someone in Japanese. The video is short, but kind of cool.