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6:48 pm by team.relationships
What's my name in Japanese? (make requests here!)
6:22 pm by community.japanese
Preparing some stock phrases
6:07 pm by community.japanese
How fitting for learning japanese?
9:09 am by mrmoonfield2239
Certain pronunciations in anime?
8:59 am by mrmoonfield2239
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You know how it goes. You find a really nice girl, she speaks Japanese, and eventually she wants you to meet her family in Japan. This time it’s worse though. You have to go to her home for the weekend to meet the family so you won’t be able to exit gracefully after a couple of hours. You’re stuck for the entire weekend. Well, it’s now or never…you are already at her parents’ door. Boy, everyone’s here - mother, father, siblings, grandparents. Your girlfriend’s mother greets you politely in Japanese, “Nice to meet you. Come on in. Well, she sure picked a tall, good-looking one this time.” You know, that kind of talk from a girlfriend’s mother feels a little weird, especially the very first time you meet. Here comes her father…he grabs your hand firmly (looking you up and down) and asks in Japanese, “Hi. Want a drink? How about a fresh, cold beer?” Well, at least her father isn’t acting rough like something out of the movies, trying to scare you. Uh-oh, siblings. Those can be trouble. No telling what they’ll say. They take turns telling you in Japanese, “You must be the boyfriend. We hope you’re quieter and cooler than the last one. Maybe you’ll be nicer and last longer. Or not.” You hope her father has a good supply of beer. This could be a long weekend…
Learning Japanese with JapanesePod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Japanese! This Japanese Newbie lesson is about combining Japanese adjectives. The rules can be tricky; the Japanese adjectives must match in special ways. But with this Japanese adjective lesson, you’ll be ready for that weekend meeting the family. Visit us at JapanesePod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Japanese lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! “Hello, I thought you were coming to work today?” “No, sorry, boss. I’m taking the day off. I’m sick.” “Are you sure you’re sick? You don’t sound sick to me.” “I am. I have the flu.” Have you been making excuses for not coming in to work? Does your telephone suddenly develop mysterious problems whenever you talk to your boss? You need better excuses. You need a list of diseases and ailments that sound really bad but don’t last long. Maybe twenty-four hour typhoid, or acute intermittent leprosy, which only occurs on Mondays, or anaphylactic malaria, which can be cured only by taking Friday afternoon off. No, this Japanese lesson won’t help you to find better excuses to get out of working while you’re in Japan. However, you’ll be able to explain them on the phone, coughing and hacking of course, to your boss in much better Japanese when they do occur.
Learning Japanese with JapanesePod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Japanese! This Japanese Newbie lesson is about Japanese conversations on the telephone as well as a review of past Japanese Newbie lessons. You need certain, special Japanese words and phrases to use on the telephone in Japan. You’ll find them here. You can practice your Japanese telephone conversations without ever leaving home, assuming you and your family don’t mind expensive, long-distance telephone calls to Japan. Or you can practice your Japanese telephone conversations with us in the comment section for free! Visit us at JapanesePod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Japanese lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! “What are you doing tonight? Would you like to see a Japanese avant-garde country and western band with me?” “No thanks, I’m going to see a Japanese movie tonight.” “How about you?” “Nope, I’m going to a Japanese restaurant with a friend.” Seven more times you ask and get the same answer, “Sorry, busy.” And so it goes. Are all your acquaintances in Japan busy or? Or could it be that you are the only one who likes Japanese country and western music. Nah. How could anyone not be fascinated by the complex mixture of the Japanese musical scale combined with the foot-stomping patterns of country western rhythms and the heart-rending poetry of the lyrics? Well, some people just have no taste. The important thing is that everyone seems to be “going” in Japan…and that means you too – thanks to Japaneseod101.com!
Learning Japanese with JapanesePod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Japanese! This Japanese Newbie lesson really extends and polishes your Japanese sentences. The power of a couple of Japanese particles and some Japanese verbs and nouns will have you saying things in Japanese that you would never have guessed just a short time ago. How did you learn so quickly. It’s the sophisticated learning methods of JapanesePod101.com, of course. Visit us at JapanesePod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Japanese lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!