Japanese

Hello Junkie! Every new Japanese learner gets confused about Japanese characters as soon as they realize they need to learn to read and write. Common questions include: What’s the alphabet of Japanese? I hear there’s more than one? Does Japanese have an alphabet? Which should I learn first? Why do my socks smell? To answer…

Read More For Beginners: The Alphabet of Japanese Or Learning Japanese Characters

Hello Junkie! The best way to learn Japanese? Out of necessity. Especially if you’re sitting at home and freezing because you can’t figure out your Japanese air-conditioner. Learn Japanese or die, baby. I’ll guide you through. The Japanese Air Conditioner. It’s worse than Japanese toilets, and Japanese toilets are pretty DAMN awesome. Perhaps I’m making…

Read More Japanese in Real Life: How To Use The Aircon Remote & Understand Kanji.

Hello Junkie! 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…

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

  Hello Junkie! 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,…

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

Hello Junkie! Note: This is my series on Learning Japanese with (insert resource here). Stay tuned for more resources to be covered. I just started with what I already knew. The point of these is to teach you on how to best pull knowledge from these resources. So, what are the benefits of using Japanese…

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