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.
Japanese is much easier than you think. But, many beginners get overwhelmed with complicated explanations. They become frustrated and eventually quit. But, it is never too late to start learning Japanese. Start here.
I think that aliens exist! Do you know how to say this in Japanese? Grammar in this lesson is suitable for beginners, because it’s very easy to remember. Continue reading to find out how simple it is.
Ladies and gentlemen, good evening. I welcome you to today’s unique match, featuring you ni grammar pattern and the opponent you na across the ring on my left fighting out of the red corner. The fighters are almost similar, but there is a small difference between them. Continue to the match to find out more.
Do you want to understand Japanese workout videos? Or just extend your knowledge from previous lesson? You’re in the right place. So, big inhale, exhale down and start the workout… ehm …reading.
I am usually a couch potato with chocolate bar in one hand and cookies in other hand. But, I like to talk about health and how to stay fit. Japanese people like to talk about health too and a lot. Well, it’s a popular conversation topic after all. I hope that at the end of…
Let’s go on a shopping spree. In Japan. With these shopping phrases. Japanese shop employees usually don’t expect foreigners to speak Japanese. If you do, the look on the shop assistant’s face is priceless.
Are you a shopaholic? Probably not. But, imagine a situation when you’re visiting Japan. You are climbing on a big rock and suddenly you tear up your pants. You have no option but to go shopping. That’s when you use all the phrases in this post.