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๐Ÿ˜„ ๐Ÿ˜ž ๐Ÿ˜ณ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜’ ๐Ÿ˜Ž ๐Ÿ˜  ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜… ๐Ÿ˜œ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜ญ ๐Ÿ˜‡ ๐Ÿ˜ด ๐Ÿ˜ฎ ๐Ÿ˜ˆ โค๏ธ๏ธ ๐Ÿ‘

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August 16th, 2015 at 06:30 PM
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Hey listeners! Are there any words you didn't know before getting this list? Write them down here!

May 10th, 2019 at 02:29 PM
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We're glad to hear that this series is helpful for you!

You have a good point. ๆ€ ๆƒฐ tends to be used in written language, and also by teachers at school.

For casual conversation, as you mentioned, ้ขๅ€’ใใŒใ‚Šๅฑ‹ (or just ้ขๅ€’ใใ•ใŒใ‚Š) or ๆ€ ใ‘่€…๏ผˆnamakemono๏ผ‰can be used.

If you have any questions, please let us know.


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March 11th, 2019 at 08:44 PM
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ใ“ใ‚“ใซใกใฏใ€ใฉใฎใƒฌใƒ™ใƒซใฎไบบใซใ‚‚ใ“ใฎใ‚ทใƒชใƒผใ‚บใฏๅฝนใซ็ซ‹ใคใจๆ€ใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚ใ‚ใ‚ŠใŒใจใ†ใ”ใ–ใ„ใพใ™ใ€‚ใกใ‚‡ใฃใจ่ณชๅ•ใŒใ‚ใ‚‹ใพใ™ใŒใ€‚ใ€Œๆ€ ๆƒฐใ€ใ‚ˆใ‚Šใ‚€ใ—ใ‚ใ€ใ€Œ้ขๅ€’ใใ•ใŒใ‚Šๅฑ‹ใ€ใฎใปใ†ใŒๆ—ฅๅธธไผš่ฉฑใซไฝฟใ‚ใ‚Œใฆใ„ใ‚‹ใจ่žใใพใ—ใŸใ€‚ๆ€ ๆƒฐใฏๆ›ธใ่จ€่‘‰ใ‚‰ใ—ใ„ใงใ™ใ€‚ใใฎๆƒ…ๅ ฑใฏ่‹ฅใ„ๆ—ฅๆœฌไบบใ‹ใ‚‰ใงใ™ใ€‚ใฉใ†ๆ€ใ„ใพใ™ใ‹ใ€‚ไบบใซใ‚ˆใ‚Šใพใ™ใ‹ใ€‚ ใ‚ˆใ‚ใ—ใใŠ้ก˜ใ„ใ—ใพใ™ใ€‚

Hi, I think these lessons can be useful for most learners regardless of their level. Thank you. I have a question though. I've heard that rather than ๆ€ ๆƒฐ (taida, ้ขๅ€’ใใ•ใŒใ‚Šๅฑ‹ (mendokusagariya) is more often used in everyday conversation. ๆ€ ๆƒฐ is apparently more common in writing. It was a young Japanese person that said this. Do you agree? Or do you think it depends on the person? Thanks in advance.

November 14th, 2018 at 04:50 PM
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Hi Paul,

Thank you for your comment! We will keep it in mind while developing our lessons. Let us know if you have any questions.



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November 12th, 2018 at 10:17 AM
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i like the idea of these lessons, but I'm not sure why the words in the lesson notes aren't in the same order as the they are said, and there are a few words/phrases that are said but aren't written down. It would make it easier for me to follow if I wasn't jumping around. This seems to be the case for most of the lessons I've listened too. Love Japanesepod101 by the way. ;-)

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August 20th, 2015 at 11:54 AM
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Bob1-san konnichiwa,

Thank you for your feedback! We'll revise the Lesson Notes to make it more useful one!

For now, please have a look at the WordList which has the whole lists with the text.


Teachers commonly use ็”Ÿๅพ’ใซใ‚„ใ‚‹ๆฐ—ใ‚’ๅ‡บใ•ใ›ใ‚‹ (seito ni yaruki o dasaseru) to say โ€œmotivate the studentsโ€ and ๏ผˆใ€œใซ๏ผ‰็”Ÿๅพ’ใ‚’ๅ‚ๅŠ ใ•ใ›ใ‚‹ ((~ ni) seito o sanka saseru) โ€œto involve students (in ~)โ€.

Hope this helps,


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August 17th, 2015 at 12:29 PM
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This is very relevant for me, especially in the required courses I teach (I won't say where). I am curious, however: The audio lesson contains 15 phrases, but the pdf has only 7 of these. It is not impossible to look up the other terms, such as ใ€Œ็›—ไฝœใ€(plagiarism), but roughly speaking, what was the basis for selecting the phrases to include in the pdf?

Also, looking at it from the teacher's perspective, what are the most natural Japanese terms for "motivate the students" and "involve the students"?