Friday magazine japanese

Friday magazine japanese

Podcast 4: Talking about your hometown in Japanese. Hmm your podcast is pretty cool, but not as cool as me gaijin. Podcast 13: Everything you need to know to speak Japanese fluently. Perhaps one of the most important cultural skills you will learn in Japanese is the art of apologizing. Asuka and Alex will show you how! PDF Show notes and extra audio. . I am joined on our weekly podcast by the beautiful and linguistically talented Asuka, who is originally from Japan but currently lives in Los Angeles. What's that little green monster in your logo?. It wasn't to meet pretty Japanese girls at all very much. OK maybe a little. . How do I get access to all your podcasts?. In this podcast, Yoshiko and Alex review 2016 and talk about major events in Japan over the last year. PDF Show notes and extra audio. . In this podcast Ami sensei and I teach you how to use the plain form of the verb Taberu which means to eat. The plain form of the verb is used in casual conversation between friends. We'll show you various ways to use the verb to sound natural when in speaking in Japanese. Click here for lesson notes and extra audio. . However, a few years later my progress started to flat line and lost a motivation. Podcast 16: What to do when you lose your wallet in Japan. I made a bunch of lessons that were completely rubbish. After a little break and a few cups of sake later I decided to make a fun podcast where I could ask my Japanese friends to teach me and help me get out of my slump and I think it worked. So now we have over 100 Japanese language learning podcasts for those of you who have had trouble improving with your Japanese and want to learn in a more relaxed and fun way. How does Learn Japanese differ to other Japanese learning systems?. I get a kick out of helping people improve. If I do a bad job I usually get kicked but that's another story. Podcast 09: How to order sushi at a Japanese restaurant. In this podcast, Ami Sensei and Alex teach you how to hold a natural conversation in Japanese on the phone. Check out the podcast to hear the dialogs and learn some useful phone phrases. Click here for podcast downloads and PDF show notes. We focus on natural dialogs as you would really hear on the streets in Japan. We do of course teach grammar and kanji but speaking and fluency is our main thing. Much easier than you think. Japanese grammar is pretty logical and minimal so you can learn basic Japanese relatively quickly. What are your tips for studying Japanese in a classroom environment?. Pretty easy, at least it's way easier than Chinese as Japanese doesn't have tones. Even a not particularly well enunciated "konichiwa" will probably be understood. Thank your lucky stars you don't have to see my picture again. Podcast 11: Japanese verbs 食べる Taberu– To Eat.