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  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,…

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Care about being and “sounding” fluent? Yes? Good. You’re about to skip over the millions of Japanese Beginners that have absolutely horrible pronunciations like “sookee,” “desoooooo” and the American R. But first, let’s get this out of the way. Is perfect Japanese pronunciation NECESSARY? To be honest, no. Japanese people will understand you. For beginners…

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Kanji. The one word that causes headaches for Japanese learners. There’s too many. Kanji have different readings, translations and meanings depending on how they’re used. Kanji stroke orders. They require lots and lots of practice and memorization and are the source of much pain and despair. In short, learning kanji sucks. Is it possible to…

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