Here is some basic Japanese vocabulary that goes along learning hiragana and katakana alphabets. Each word is provided with audio pronunciation.
This lesson is our forelast lesson on katakana! Get ready to learn: ラ, リ, ル, レ and ロ. Let’s go!
In this lesson we will see how to say time in Japanese. Let’s go!
Welcome to this new series of articles around the Japanese language.
In our first lesson we will see one quite useful Japanese sentence, and learn some vocabulary.
Here is the second lesson in the serie. This time, after you have introduced yourself, I will indicate how one greet somenone.
So here is a new stream of posts I start today about speaking Japanese. This first lesson will be focused on the way people introduce themselves in Japan. Just before we go, be aware that I like to know why things are what they are, and therefore I will add quite a few cultural aspects in my translations. So if you just want to learn speaking Japanese without really caring for the reason for the use of this or that word, then skip the blue text parts ^^. Let’s go!