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How many times have you listened to awkward, artificial Japanese dialogues starring robotic office workers, stereotypical gaijin and deep-voiced, authoritarian narrators?
If you’re a typical learner of Japanese, by now you’ve been through a few years of forced listening.
「ちわっす！」 = Chiwassu! = Hey!/ Yo! Hi everyone! I’m Cookie. Sorry that our site has been down. We are working hard to fix it right now. OK, Maggie Sensei once taught you female speech. I am a boy so today I will teach you some male speech. As many of you know, there is a
「いくら働いても仕事が終わらないの…」 = Ikura hataraite mo shigoto ga owaranai no… = No matter how much I work, I can’t get my work done… みなさん、こんにちは！ ( = minasan, konnichiwa!) Hi everyone! I’m your guest teacher, Taquito. よろしく！ = Yoroshiku! = Nice to meet you! We studied before how to use ても ( = temo). How to
I wrote a haiku about shamisen music while cuddled up in my futon eating teriyaki chicken.
Japanese words are everywhere in the English language, and being able to identify them enlightens you to a base knowledge of Japanese that you …
私への感謝の気持ちは、晩御飯で示してね。 = Watashi eno kansha no kimochi wa bangohan de shimeshite ne. = Try expressing your appreciation for me by (buying me) dinner. Hi everyone! I am your guest teacher, Mimi. Nice to meet you! よろしくね！= Yoroshiku ne! Many of you already know that there are a lot of functions of の ( = no)
「”犬”生、楽しもうよ! 」 = “Ken”sei, tanishimou yo! = Let’s enjoy our dog life! Hi everyone! I spent my summer vacation in Canada and met this lovely friend, Dawson at a wonderful B&B in Charlottetown in Prince Edward Island. I asked her to be our guest teacher and she said “ワン ! = Wan!” means “I’d love