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Real Deal Japanese: 6 Japanese Learning Videos with Native Speaking Teachers

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No more Splenda.

Don’t give me imitation crab.

And keep that tofurkey far, far away.

I only want the real deal.

On my plate, and in my Japanese learning, too.

To use Japanese like a native speaker, you’ve got …

Bookmark These 4 Free Japanese E-book Sites and You'll Always Have a Book by Your Side

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There are two feelings that can make almost any human being happy.

The first is curling up with a cup of tea and a good book on a cozy weekend afternoon.

The second is getting free stuff.

Want to combine …

Japanese Android Apps: 6 Ways to Transform Your Japanese

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What if I told you that your phone could transform?

Now, I don’t mean the “Oh my god, that’s some real Optimus Prime stuff right there, quick, somebody call Sector Seven!” kind of transformation.

Instead, what if I told …

No Need to Unplug! 15 Japanese Grammar Apps to Study on the Run

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Do you get twitchy when you’re away from Facebook too long?

Are you already envisioning what hashtag you’ll be using to describe this article later on Twitter? (I’d like to recommend #awesomejapaneseapps.)

Don’t worry, we’re not suggesting you use all

9 Audio Resources for an Earful of Japanese Learning

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Want to get your audio on?

Ready to hear real Japanese in conversation?

Looking for some gripping Japanese audiobooks?

Just need to hear a word pronounced correctly?

Come one, come all. We’ve got audio resources for all that …

Learn Japanese with Radio: 6 Student-friendly Online Options

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Can you sense all the great Japanese learning opportunities around you?

They’re literally in the air…waves.

But it’s not surprising if you’ve never noticed them.

In this day and age, radio has unfortunately become somewhat forgotten.

We tend to lean …

Sing and Shake to Japanese Fluency with Fun Music for Language Learners

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Picture yourself at five years old, sitting in front of the TV watching “Sesame Street.”

Now, can you still remember some of the songs you heard on that show?

How about the pop tunes you obsessed over as a teenager? …