A Gentle Introduction to Russian Grammar for Beginners

Hello there. You may have heard some things about Russian grammar. Or, you may have not. According to the US Defense language institute, Russian is a Category 4 language in terms of difficulty. Category 5 is the hardest and it includes Japanese, Chinese and Korean. (Category 5. Ooh, scary). What does that mean? According to that Institute… Russian requires an […]

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How to Make Japanese Sentences & Questions. 4 Ways

Oh, hi! So, you learned a few Japanese words, some phrases… But, how do you make sentences in Japanese? People speak in sentences. Books are written in sentences. Dangit, we’re going to need sentences over here! If you’re an English speaker, you know that English’s basic sentence structure is…. SVO: Subject + Verb + Object I + am + A Potato […]

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The Big Fat Master List of Japanese Particles. Part 2.

Ah, Japanese particles. These little words and letters can instantly change the meaning of your sentence. The good news is, there aren’t so many of them like there are vocabulary and kanji. Master yo’ Japanese particles and you can start stringing coherent sentences instead of speaking like Tarzan. “Me, Go, Eat, Sushi, Love Japan Much, Please, Yes” So, assuming you […]

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The Big Fat Master List of Japanese Particles. Part 1.

Ah, Japanese particles. These little words and letters can instantly change the meaning of your sentence. The good news is, there aren’t so many of them like there are vocabulary and kanji. Master yo’ Japanese particles and you can start stringing coherent sentences instead of speaking like Tarzan. “Me, Go, Eat, Sushi, Love Japan Much, Please, Yes” So, assuming you […]

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Learning Japanese The “Shut Up And Do It Already” Way – Common Questions Answered

All these questions… You should be really learning Japanese instead of worrying about the small details. So here. I’ll help you get it over with. Learn Japanese The “Shut Up And Do It Already” Way and get Common Questions Answered. 1. Do I Learn Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji? Oh, and Romanji?? Which comes first? And WHY? It’s romaji. No romanji. And […]

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