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Sit down with Chisa, a native Japanese speaker and myself to discuss all that is covered in Duolingo Japanese, Introduction 1. Listen in as she answers all my questions on what is taught to get real Japanese guidance throughout your studies. This episode covers the following. Sentence structure. The desu (です) sentence ender. Omissions. Name enders,…
 
Listen as we breakdown particles within famous quotes from the manga, anime LUPIN! This episodes random word: Tonakai - Reindeer. Particles discussed in this episode. #1 -Wo #2 -Ni #3 -No #4 -Yo (Sentence Ender) For more Jappon checkout our other platforms. Instagram - @japponmedia Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN1XV5wmceUffg730hCyTag …
 
Check out the full video on our YouTube channel now! Listen in on a discussion between Chisa and I on the basics of Japanese Grammar and Particles. This episode will expose you to how Japanese particles work and some basic examples. This episodes random phrases: Shounen Manga - Boys Comic (Manga) Shoujou Manga - Girls Comic (Manga) WHAT YOU WILL LE…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) This episodes random word: Kaizen - To constantly improve every day. MASU (USED WITH VERBS) #1 -PRESENT OR FUTURE TENSE ...MASU #2 -PRESENT OR FUTURE TENSE (NE…
 
Why do the Japanese care so much about blood types? Why should all pregnant women clean their toilets? Discover all the answers, along with 10 of the most interesting Japanese superstitions and their origins. Checkout our detailed BLOG POST on Japponline.com/blog for more information on the following superstitions. Do Not Cut Your Nails In The Even…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) This episodes random word: Nemui Desu - Tired (sleepy) Tsukaremashita - Tired (Physically, Exhausted) PHRASES TO LIKE - SUKI DESU TO LIKE VERY MUCH (I LOVE...)…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) This episodes random word: Ojama Shimasu - Sorry for my intrusion (spoken when entering someones home) WHAT ARE YOU DOING? ( FULL) - NANI WO SHITE IRU NO DESUK…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) This episodes random word: Ojama Shimasu - Sorry for my intrusion (spoken when entering someones home) *SILENCE (SOUND EFFECT) - SHEEN YES, OKAY (POLITE, FORMA…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) Gohan - Meal or Rice Asa - Morning Hiru - Afternoon Yoru - Evening Asa Gohan - Breakfast Ohiru Gohan - Lunch Yoru Gohan - Dinner Taberu | Tabemasu | Tabemashit…
 
Sit back relax and listen to one of the oldest mythical tales ever recorded. The legend of Izanami and Izanagi describes the eventful story of how Japan was created, along with much MUCH more. Be sure to check out the blog post on Japponline.com to review. Word Of The Episode: Power Spot - Location in Japan known for spiritual power. Recharging one…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Word Of The Episode: Tansan - Carbonated Water. Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) ONAKA GA SUITE IMASU - I AM HUNGRY ONAKA GA IPPAI DESU - I AM FULL OISHI SŌ - LOOKS DELICIOUS OISHI - DELICIOUS…
 
Learn the basics of understanding the ancient art of Kanji. In this discussion with a native Japanese, we cover the history, how to understand Kanji, what you need to know when in Japan, and even how to cheat your way through it! It does not take long to master the essentials and I guarantee you will be glad you did! Make sure to sign up for the FR…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Word Of The Episode: Akachan - Baby! Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) Hon - Book Chīsai - Small Ōkī - Large Karui - Light Omoi - Heavy Kore - This Kono (Object) - This (Object) Anata - You Wat…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Word Of The Episode: Kasa - Umbrella Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) Hat - Bōshi Glasses - Megane Shirt - Shatsu Jacket - Jaketto Pants - Zubon Shoes - Kutsu Watch - Tokei Wearing On Head - K…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Word Of The Episode: Zubon - Pants Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) OHAYO GOZAIMASU - GOOD MORNING KONNICHIWA - HELLO (AFTERNOON) KONBANWA - GOOD EVENING OYASUMI NASAI - GOOD NIGHT *CALL - ITT…
 
Word Of The Episode: Omiyagi - Souvenir Commonly gifted in Japanese Culture. The moment we have all been waiting for is coming soon! How you will finally master Japanese, Visit Japponline.com and sign up for all the information you will need! Prepare for next level learning like no other. For more Jappon checkout our other platforms. Instagram - @j…
 
Whats going on with Jappon!? Find out the big plans for phase two and the up and coming upgrades soon! Join in on this weeks special Japanese upgrade episode. Review, Learn, or just take what you can from this episode and implement it into your routine this week. The best way to learn is by doing. Word Of The Episode Otona - Adult Otona-Tachi - Adu…
 
Join in on this weeks special Japanese upgrade episode. Review, Learn, or just take what you can from this episode and implement it into your routine this week. The best way to learn is by doing. Word Of The Episode Iro - Color Vocabulary Tall - Takai Short (Low) - Hikui Long - Nagai Short - Mijikai Thick (Cylindrical Object) - Futoi Thin (Cylindri…
 
Why is the Japanese language difficult? Learn some of the hardest words to pronounce! Practice these and sound like a pro... THIS EPISODES RANDOM PHRASE Daradara Suru = To Be Lazy. Difficult phrases from episode... Can you pronounce them all? Tsutaerarenakatta (couldn’t tell) Shinnryaku (invasion) Shutsuryoku (output power) Ryokou (travel) Atatakak…
 
Learn how to use all the forms of the Japanese Verb "To Eat." To Eat (Taberu) Tabemasu (Present Positive) Sushi wo tabemasu = I eat sushi. Tabemasen (Present Negative) Sushi wo tabemasen = I don’t eat sushi. Tabemashita (Past Positive) Sushi wo tabemashita = I ate sushi. Tabemasendeshita (Past Negative) Sushi wo tabemasendeshita = I did not eat sus…
 
Remove the confusion of the Japanese particles with this fun introduction. Hear textbook examples of each particle along with some insight from a local Japanese native speaker. Wa (Main Object Marker) Kyle Wa Canada Jin = Kyle IS Canadian. Stating the topic of the sentence. Or X Is Y. Ni (Location To Go) Tokyo NI Ikimasu = I Will Go To Tokyo. State…
 
Master using the Japanese Tsu Counter. Used for counting various inanimate objects. 1 - Hito-Tsu (hee-toh-tsoo) 2 - Futa-Tsu (foo-tah-tsoo) 3 - Mit-Tsu (meet-tsoo) 4 - Yot-Tsu (yoht-tsoo) 5 - Itsu-Tsu (ee-tsoo-tsoo) 6 - Mut-Tsu (moot-tsoo) 7 - Nana-Tsu (nah-nah-tsoo) 8 - Yat-Tsu (yaht-tsoo) 9 - Kokono-Tsu (koh-koh-no-tsoo) 10 - Tō (toh) *Bonus Tip …
 
Master using the Japanese Nin Counter. Used for counting people. 1 - Hitori (hee-toh-ree) 2 - Futari (foo-toh-ree) 3 - San-Nin (sahn-neen) 4 - Yon-Nin (yohn-neen) 5 - Go-Nin (goh-neen) 6 - Roku-Nin (roh-koo-neen) 7 - Nana-Nin (nah-nah-neen) 8 - Hachi-Nin (hah-chee-neen) 9 - Kyū-Nin (kyoo-neen) 10 - Jū-Nin (joo-neen) *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds…
 
Master using the Japanese Mai Counter. Used for counting flat items. 1 - Ichi-Mai (ee-chee-mah-ee) 2 - Ni-Mai (nee-mah-ee) 3 - San-Mai (sahn-mah-ee) 4 - Yon-Mai (yohn-mah-ee) 5 - Go-Mai (goh-mah-ee) 6 - Roku-Mai (roh-koo-mah-ee) 7 - Nana-Mai (nah-nah-mah-ee) 8 - Hachi-Mai (hah-chee-mah-ee) 9 - Kyū-Mai (kyoo-mah-ee) 10 - Jū-Mai (joo-mah-ee) *Bonus T…
 
Master using the Japanese Hon Counter. Used for counting cylindrical items. 1 - Ip-Hon (eep-pohn) 2 - Ni-Hon (nee-hohn) 3 - San-Bon (sahn-bohn) 4 - Yon-Hon (yohn-hohn) 5 - Go-Hon (goh-hohn) 6 - Rop-Pon (rohp-pohn) 7 - Nana-Hon (nah-nah-hohn) 8 - Hap-Pon (hahp-pohn) 9 - Kyū-Hon (kyoo-hohn) 10 - Jup-Pon (joop-pohn) *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds th…
 
Master using the Japanese Hiki Counter. Used for counting animals (small or medium sized). 1 - Ip-Piki (eep-pee-kee) 2 - Ni-Hiki (nee-hee-kee) 3 - San-Biki (sahn-bee-kee) 4 - Yon-Hiki (yohn-hee-kee) 5 - Go-Hiki (goh-hee-kee) 6 - Rop-Piki (rohp-pee-kee) 7 - Nana-Hiki (nah-nah-hee-kee) 8 - Hap-Piki (hahp-pee-kee) 9 - Kyū-Hiki (kyoo-hee-kee) 10 - Jup-…
 
Master using the Japanese Dai Counter. Used for counting mechanical items. 1 - Ichi-Dai (ee-chee-dah-ee) 2 - Ni-Dai (nee-dah-ee) 3 - San-Dai (sahn-dah-ee) 4 - Yon-Dai (yohn-dah-ee) 5 - Go-Dai (goh-dah-ee) 6 - Roku-Dai (roh-koo-dah-ee) 7 - Nana-Dai (nah-nah-dah-ee) 8 - Hachi-Dai (hah-chee-dah-ee) 9 - Kyū-Dai (kyoo-dah-ee) 10 - Jū-Dai (joo-dah-ee) *B…
 
In Japanese the art of counting can get quite complex. Did you know there are more than 6 different ways to express numbers depending on what type of object you are counting!? Yup its quite overwhelming. This course is here to save the day! Learn to count like a Ninja and master each of the Japanese counters within this course. Are you ready? THE S…
 
Upgrade your daily Japanese communication skills by learning these basic daily phrases. Trust me you will be happy you did! Basic Phrases. Do you have? - Motte Masuka? May I have the menu please? - Menu Wo Kudasai? May I have the bill? - Okaikei Wo Kudasai? What would you like to eat? - Nani Wo Tabemasu ka? May I have (an apple) - Ringo wa morattem…
 
Feeling happy, sad, sick or well any other basic feeling? Want to express this to others in Japanese? If so this episode is for you! Learn the basics of expressing how you feel within this episode! Examples Happy - Ureshiidesu Excited - Tanoshimidesu Sad - Kanashīdesu Frustrated - Iraira Shite Imasu Tired - Tsukaremashita Hungry - Onaka ga Sukimash…
 
In this episode I will share some common useful Japanese phrases that will help you through various situation in Daily life. Examples Where is the (OBJECT) - (OBJECT) wa Doko Desu ka? How Much Does This Cost? Kore Wa Ikura Desu ka? What Is This? Kore Wa Nan Desu ka? Do You Need Help? Tetsudai Mashou ka? Are You OK? Dijobe Desu ka? What Are Your Pla…
 
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