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How to use “Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu” in Japanese

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How to use “Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu” in Japanese Welcome back to another “Video & Article” series, this time for our first live-stream with tutor Wakako. In this article and video, Wakako introduces the very common sentence “Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu”. You will learn the meaning, origin, and most importantly how to use this phrase naturally in all kinds […]

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Valentine’s Special: How to ask your crush out in Japanese

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Valentine’s Day Special: How to ask your crush out in Japanese Welcome back to another “Video & Article” series, this time for our first live-stream with tutor Erika. In this article and video, Erika explains how Valentine’s Day and White Day are celebrated in Japan. And of course how to ask out your crush! Table […]

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How to talk about the weather in Japanese

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How to talk about the weather in Japanese Welcome to the next video and article series with tutor Naomi! In this video and article we will explain how to talk about the weather in simple Japanese. [How to describe the weather] First of all, let’s go through some of the main vocabulary you will need […]

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How to speak like a woman/girl in Japanese

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How to speak like a woman/girl in Japanese Welcome to the next video and article series with tutor Hidee! In this video and article we will explain how “女言葉(おんなことば)” or female gendered language works in Japanese. You can learn words and expressions used mostly by women. Table of Contents [Short Introduction] [Differences in Sentence Enders] […]

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Wasabi – How to say “This is my …” in Japanese

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How to say “This is my …” in Japanese Welcome to the next video and article series with tutor Naomi! In this article and video, Naomi explains how you can use the particle “の” to express that something belongs to you in Japanese. This is a very simple, but useful sentence structure used commonly in […]

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いってきます, いってらっしゃい, ただいま & おかえり: Use & Distinction in Japanese

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いってきます、いってらっしゃい、ただいま、おかえり:Differentiation & Use in Japanese Welcome to the next video and article series with tutor Hidee! In this video, Hidee talks about four very common expressions in Japanese: いってきます、いってらっしゃい、ただいま and おかえり. In today’s lesson you will learn how to differentiate between these expressions and how to use them naturally in daily spoken Japanese. Table of […]

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How to use I-Adjectives in Japanese

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An Introduction to i-Adjectives in Japanese for Beginners Welcome to our third video and article series with tutor Naomi. In this live-stream, Naomi explains briefly how to use i-adjectives in their normal, negative and polite forms. I-adjectives are called that way because they always end on an “i” when placed before the noun they are […]

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How to use “おつかれさま” and “ごくろうさま” in Japanese

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How to use “おつかれさま” and “ごくろうさま” in Japanese Welcome to our second video and article series with tutor Hidee. In this live-stream, Hidee explains how to use the business expressions “おつかれさま” and “ごくろうさま” correctly in Japanese. Many learners are confused about these expressions, since they technically mean the same thing. But since they are different […]

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How to count to 10 (and beyond) in Japanese

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How to count to 10 (and beyond) in Japanese Welcome to our second video and article series with tutor Naomi. In this live-stream, Naomi explained in simple Japanese and English how to count to 10 and above in Japanese. The basis of this video explains how to count from 0 to 10, but since counting […]

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How to use “いただきます” & “ごちそうさま” naturally in Japanese

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How to use “いただきます” & “ごちそうさま” naturally in Japanese Welcome back everyone! In this live-stream, Wasabi tutor Hidee explained how to use “いただきます” & “ごちそうさま” naturally in Japanese. Both are expressions that do not translate directly into English, so you can study their origins as well as the most natural way to use them in […]