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Arrogance in learning a language
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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Agnes was called back for a second mensetsu (interview). This time she has a meeting with the design firm’s shachō (company president). Today she finds out why the human resources director called him koseiteki (unique). Things are moving quickly for Agnes, so stay tuned! After listening, stop by JapanesePod101.com and be sure to leave us a post!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Some things never change. And, you need to be able to talk about them. What if you want to say something like, “I’ve been in bed all day,” or “Keep going in this direction”? Both of these examples refer to situations that remain unchanged. As you can imagine, it is absolutely necessary that you can say things like this in Japanese if you want to communicate clearly.
This lower intermediate lesson is designed to make it easy for you to master sentences that talk about situations or things that stay the same. Learn to use the word mama (things or situations that remain unchanged) and the Japanese sentence structures that allow you to use it properly. You’ll also find all kinds of helpful examples and ways to make mama one of the Japanese words you’ll use all the time.
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’ve made it to the end of the three part series. Now, you’re ready to open up a world of possibilities with one simple phrase. Consider how often you express certainty. You might say, “There is no doubt about it,” or “This is definitely going to be easy.” As you can imagine, you’ll find new ways to use this phrase daily.
In this upper intermediate Japanese lesson, you’ll learn all about — ni chigai nai, which is used by the speaker to express confidence. There are plenty of example sentences and phrases for you to practice with. This JapanesePod101.com lesson will have you speaking Japanese confidently in no time!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! In spite of your best efforts, you feel like your Japanese is missing something, right? You might want to say, “In spite of the argument, they are still speaking,” “I failed the test although I gave it my best effort,” or any number of similar sentences. In fact, sentences that begin with, “In spite of…” are so common that you’ll use the Japanese in this lesson all the time.
This upper intermediate Japanese lesson will help you master –ni mo kakawarazu (although, in spite of). You’ll discover the many ways to form sentences using this phrase. And, you’ll also learn how to use it in casual and polite Japanese conversations. Learn similar Japanese expressions and a variety of ways to incorporate this useful phrase in this excellent JapanesePod101.com lesson!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You’ll tell your friends, “There is no better way to learn Japanese than with JapanesePod101.com,” once you read this lesson! In fact, you’ll learn lots of ways to express that something or someone is the best or only one you can think of. Sound confusing? Just think about how often you say things like, “Only in America…” This sentence structure has a ton of uses, and it’s important enough that you’ll use it daily.
This upper intermediate Japanese lesson introduces you to the phrase — no wa, — kurai da to express that someone is the only person to do it or somewhere is the only place where it happens. You’ll say, “You’re the only one to…” and “This is the only place where…” all the time after you read this lesson. You won’t know how you ever spoke Japanese without this JapanesePod101.com lesson!