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Vocabulary Lists Top 10 FREE Japanese Lessons You Can’t Miss

Top 10 FREE Japanese Lessons You Can’t Miss

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Introducing Yourself in Japanese: Innovative Japanese Lesson 1
This Japanese video lesson will teach you how to introduce yourself in Japanese. With this series, you see conversation scenes in all kinds of situations, presented in vibrant video. Just watch, follow along, and use the lines you learn. Risa will take you step-by-step through the pronunciations of each Japanese word and have you introducing yourself in Japanese.
Getting What You Want with "Please" in Japanese: Survival Phrases Season 2 Lesson 3
This phrase will help you take matters into your own hands! By learning how to say “This please,” you can ask for something at a store or ask someone to do something for you. This is also sufficient for ordering food at a restaurant!
Speaking with Perfect Japanese Pronunciation: Ultimate Japanese Pronunciation Guide Lesson 1
In this lesson, you'll be introduced to Japanese vowels and consonants, and learn how long to pronounce them for. Pronunciation is the key to clear communication in any language and in this in-depth video series, you'll learn to perfect your Japanese pronunciation. Whether you're new to Japanese or have been studying for a while and want to polish your pronunciation, this series is for you. Join us for the Ultimate Japanese Pronunciation Guide from!
Asking Simple Questions in Japanese: Learn Japanese Grammar Video Lesson 2
In this video lesson, we'll learn how to ask simple yes/no questions in Japanese, and also how to respond to those types of questions!
Saying Thank You in Japanese: Absolute Beginner Season 1 Lesson 3
In this lesson, you will learn how to say "thank you" and "you're welcome" in Japanese from a conversation between two people who are acquaintances. Therefore, they will be speaking formal Japanese. Armed with these Japanese phrases, you'll be ready to give and receive gifts politely with any new friends you meet in Japan!
Using Japanese Numbers: Japanese Counters for Beginners Lesson 1
In this lesson, you'll learn how to use the counter 本 (Hon) in Japanese. We'll teach you Japanese counters by explaining what each counter is used for and how to count with it, then use it in some example sentences. Then, we'll test your knowledge with a quiz! If you want to know how to count various items in Japanese, this is THE place to start.
Reading Japanese Vowels: Kantan Kana Lesson 1
In this lesson, we'll show you how to write the vowels in Japanese: あ、い、う、え、お、 and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. Are you ready to learn more Japanese characters and words?
Talking about Japanese Food: Culture Class: Essential Japanese Vocabulary Lesson 2
What vocabulary do you need to know to have a conversation with Japanese-speaking locals? Vocabulary is essential to mastering Japanese. In this lesson, you will learn about Japanese Foods. These words have been hand picked by our Japanese native speakers!
Using Key Japanese Adjectives: Japanese Words of the Week for Beginners Lesson 1
How would you react if someone put you on the spot with a Japanese question? That's exactly what happens to Risa in this series...but it's for a good cause: to help you learn Japanese! In this Beginner video lesson, you'll learn Spring Adjectives and Adverbs in Japanese.
Celebrating Coming of Age Day in Japan: Culture Class: Holidays in Japan Lesson 2
In this lesson, you'll learn all about Coming of Age Day in Japan and how it's celebrated, from food to decorations, while building your Japanese vocabulary.
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Wednesday at 5:23 pm
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What's your favorite JapanesePod101 lesson?

February 3rd, 2018 at 5:20 pm
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February 3rd, 2018 at 1:20 am
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