I can’t believe it! Another short lesson is here. This time, you will learn some, not only slang, phrases to express surprise in Japanese. Let’s get started.
I want to eat okonomiyaki today, let’s go out. A nice invitation from your Japanese friend, but a nightmare if you don’t know how to order meal at a Japanese restaurant or ask if there is any allergen inside. This lesson guides you through the whole “dining out” process with some simple expressions.
For one good person, there are at least two a*holes out there. So, today we will cover some dirty Japanese language. Swearing, cursing, and other bad words relieve from all the negative energy inside us. And, allow the sunshine to come to us again.
Do you greet your Japanese boss with “おす”? If yes, you are probably not very popular in his/her eyes. Bikago aka beautified words and keigo are like grammar inside grammar. So, get ready to sweat tears. Don’t worry, just joking.
If someone gives me good food, I tend to overeat, because I am a major foodie. Then, I exercise too much and my body hurts for three days. Everyone does some activities too much. So, let’s learn how to express this using the helping verb sugiru.
Why tongue twisters, you ask? Well, continue reading and start to practice the conjugation of adjectives (aka keiyōshi). You will know. Muhehe.
Particles are like ninjas. They hide, they impersonate other particles (I am looking at you に and へ), and they create an aura of confusion. But, in this lesson, we are going to tame the ones you should definitely know as a beginner.
Kosoado is not a magic word like simsalabim. It refers to a set of Japanese pronouns, which indicates, in some sort, indicates about what object we are talking. Continue reading to understand this concept.
A little rule here, and a piece of dictionary there, and suddenly … you conjugate Japanese verbs.