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Create your own sentence using the Word of the Day!
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How many times I should write kanas?
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Japanese - English electronic dictionary
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Which app is the best for intermediate or higher levels
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Learn JapanesePod101.com. You need money to buy stuff. It’s not any different in Japan. Can you count yen? Don’t wind up giving your money away because you don’t know the difference between a thousand yen bill and a two thousand yen bill. I don’t have to tell you how important money is. Enough said!
In this newbie Japanese lesson, learn all about yen coins and bills and how to talk about them. Then, take your Japanese counting to the next level by learning larger numbers, from 1,000 into the trillions. This JapanesePod101.com lesson is packed with all the numerical information you need!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com. You might not even think about it, but being able to ask questions starting with “what” and counting are critical parts of any language. Can you ask what something is in Japanese with confidence? What if you need to say the number 777 in Japanese? Or any number between zero and 999 for that matter!
This newbie Japanese lesson begins with instruction on using are wa nan desu ka? (what is that?). From there, learn to count from zero up to 999 in Japanese. This JapanesePod101.com lesson is designed to arm you with the tools you need to get around in Japan. Use it to build foundation skills you won’t want to do without.
You never leave home without your cell phone, right? What’s the point of having it if you can’t ask for people’s numbers? What if someone wants your number? If you don’t know how to give or ask for phone numbers in Japanese, you might miss out on the connection of a lifetime.
Use this newbie Japanese lesson to review numbers 0 through 10. Then, put them into practice by learning to give and get telephone numbers in Japanese. You’ll master Keitai no (denwa) bangō wa nan desu ka? (what’s your cell phone number?). You’ll learn to use numbers 0 through 10 so you can give out your phone number. This JapanesePod101.com lesson provides critical Japanese that you cannot do without.