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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! As you know, saying goodbye can be really hard. You may have to say your goodbyes to someone you’ll probably never see again, and that’s tough. Or, you may just have to say bye for a few days or weeks. The way that you speak to someone depends on how long it will be before you see them again, but in most goodbye scenarios, you’ll want to say, “Take care.”
In this newbie Japanese lesson, learn how to say goodbye to someone properly based on how long it will be before you see him or her again. And, learn to tell that person to take care, let’s meet again, and just about anything else you might have the urge to say. This awesome Japanese lesson has plenty of charts and sample sentences to navigate you through any time you’ll have to say “goodbye.”
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’ve learned so much Japanese lately, you might be wishing for a review. Well, here it is! It’s time for a comprehensive, concise review that will make sure everything sinks in!
This beginner Japanese lesson is your chance to review the most important elements covered in the last few lessons. From apologizing to describing how something looks, this is the Japanese lesson that’ll make sure the most important elements are clear. Don’t miss it!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Learning all the ways to use Japanese onomatopoeia makes speaking the language more fun and more meaningful. If you’ve been keeping up with this onomatopoeia series, you know this is true. It’s time to delve into the exciting world of Japanese onomatopoeia once again with this easy and fun lesson.
This Japanese Onomatopoeia lesson focuses on the words that you can use to describe a range of emotions from fear to relief. As you know, the gasp of an English-speaking person can say a lot. Japanese onomatopoeia is the same. Your sighs of relief and gasps of fear will take on a new meaning here!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! People love to tell stories, whether they are completely true or completely made up! Think about how you casually tell someone the events of your day. You might say something as simple as, “I woke up early then I went to work, but I forgot my coffee.” As you can see, talking about events is generally pretty casual, but it does take skill to do it correctly and keep your listeners interested.
In this upper intermediate Japanese lesson, learn even more uses of the Japanese phrase wake da. You’ll master how to put it at the end of a sentence to explain events. In addition, you’ll find out how to use it correctly no matter the circumstance. If learning the right way to speak interesting conversational Japanese is your goal, this is the lesson for you!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Great job learning the kanji for “hundred.” Are you ready for more?
This Japanese video lesson shows you how to draw the kanji that means “thousand.” There are simple instructions to make sure you get the strokes just right as well as examples of the many ways you can use this kanji.