The Ultimate Kanji Flashcards to Kick Your Kanji Up a Notch

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Unlike written English, which uses a mere 24 letters, kanji is made up of 2,000 commonly used characters.

As a Japanese language learner, mistakes are totally understandable, but can be nonetheless embarrassing—especially when a few missed strokes can …

The More the Merrier! Master the Plural in Japanese with Simple Grammar Techniques

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“Do you like reading manga?”

First of all, yes! I do.

But why do we ask people if they like reading “manga” and not “mangas”?

I’ll give you a hint: It’s the same reason we call them emoji and not

Write for Us: Share Your Passion for Japanese in a Long-term Blogging Role

Location: Anywhere
Compensation: Competitive
Employment Type: Freelance (at least 1200 words per week)
Telecommuting: OK
Title: Blogger

Are you in love with learning or teaching Japanese?

Do you want your writing to make an impact on a big audience?

Would …

Japanese Reading Practice: Cozy Up with These Fun Resources for Beginners!

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Do you remember the moment you decided to learn Japanese?

I’ve always been a fan of Japanese media, but I began and abandoned learning the language on and off for years.

I didn’t get serious until I wanted to read …

How to Say Friend in Japanese: From BFFs to Business Associates

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With 130 million Japanese speakers on the planet, it would be surprising if you didn’t know one or two of them.

If you’ve been studying Japanese for any length of time, you’ve likely gotten to know at least one native …

Agree to Disagree: How to Say Yes and No in Japanese

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Think about the last time you agreed or disagreed with someone.

Without much thought, you may have given a non-verbal answer, such as giving a thumbs-up or shaking your head in disapproval. You may have even given a one-word answer …

Pretty Please! The Guide to the Japanese Te Form

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Please listen up!

Are you trying to sound more natural in Japanese?

Then it’s time to tackle the Japanese 〜て (te) form.

If you’ve heard Japanese spoken beyond the most basic constructions, then you’ve probably heard the form many times.…

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