Author: The Junkie

Linguajunkie is a junkie for languages. English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, German, Hebrew…with more on the way.

So, you want to know some Japanese language facts? Good! You’ve come to the right place. And no, you won’t learn boring Japanese language facts like… there are 150 million speakers in Japan or it’s the 10th most spoken language online. Yawn. ✅ And if you REALLY want to learn Japanese with complete learning program…

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Hello Junkie, Bad Russian words!  Everyone knows the swears and curses in their native language. But you want to learn some bad Russian words and swear, huh? You’re in luck. Russian is full of them but I’ll teach you the ones that beginners must know. These are mostly soft. Ready? Take this lesson… Read, review, and…

Read More Language Lesson: 11 Bad Russian Words, Swears & Curses

Hello Junkie, Today you’re going to learn some sweet, juicy Korean love quotes. Everyone likes quotes. Inspirational ones about love. Note: These aren’t native sayings but translated into Korean. Now, do people use these in real life? No. Most don’t say quotes in daily life. But, people enjoy quotes because it gives them something to think about.…

Read More Learn 14 Korean Love Quotes: Hangul & English Translations

Hello Junkie, Today you’re going to learn some sweet Japanese love quotes. Why? You’re learning Japanese, right? You’ll learn lots of words and grammar here. Plus, everyone loves love quotes. Note: These aren’t native Japanese sayings but quotes translated into Japanese. Do people use these in real life? No. I mean, do you!? Most don’t…

Read More Learn 20 Japanese Love Quotes with Translations

Hi Junkies, Did you know? People remember the last words you say to them. That’s why it’s important to know how to say bye in Hebrew. So, let’s take a look a the most common and frequently used ways. Take this lesson. Read, review, and read out loud Print it out as physical review material (I like…

Read More Hebrew Lesson: Top 14 Ways to Say Bye In Hebrew