Looking for Japanese PDF lessons?
Here you will find a growing collection of PDF lessons and Japanese worksheets on vocabulary, grammar, hiragana, katakana, kanji and more.
How does it work? Easy.
Just click on the links to download the PDFs for free or right click & save as to save to your computer.
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This is a BEGINNER’S guide to learning Japanese. More so, advice, best practices, how NOT to fail and everything you will understand WHEN you’re fluent… and wish you knew earlier. Best if reviewed as much as possible. These rules need to be drilled into your head.
Here, you will find tons of 1-2 page Japanese PDF lessons and cheat sheets covering all topics. Business. Travel. Romance. Anime.
Looking for something a bit more interactive? Like Japanese worksheets or workbooks? Well, this workbook gives you 101+ beginner level questions. Don’t worry, the questions are easy if you follow the lessons that I introduce on in the inside. There are plenty of exercises: matching, translation, multiple choice, grammar, plus a lot of repeated questions for extra review. Download it and print it.
This is a printable workbook with 35+ beginner-level questions about Japanese grammar and basic phrases. If you started learning and want to test yourself against something, try this one out. Print it out for maximum effect.
Okay kids, this is a big lesson. 500 verbs inside this free PDF. This is a GOLDMINE for TRUE Japanese learners or anyone interested… and a waste of time for anyone that doesn’t want to learn. You get the verbs, the translations, the romaji and sample sentences.
This is a crazy lesson. Honestly, you only need… like 4 phrases to know how to thank. But here, you get TONS of examples and variations for many situations. Great for beginners and anyone that wants to SPEAK more Japanese.
Part 2 of the Hiragana in Under 1 Hour guide. Master this and you master Hiragana and you can now read & understand basic Japanese.
This is a PDF printable worksheet for you to print and practice Hiragana. Made by our friends at pdf-language-lessons.com. Feel free to use this in conjunction with the lessons above.
Katakana is a Japanese alphabet, reads like Hiragana, except the characters are different. It’s used for foreign words and scientific terms.
This is the second half. Finish the Katakana guide and now you’ve mastered 2 of the 3 Japanese Alphabets.
This lesson was given to us by our friends at PDF-Language-Lessons.com. Inside are 10 exercises that will help you master Katakana. These are printable, excercise writing sheets.
This is part 1 of the the most common Japanese adjectives. A really nice way to boost your vocabulary. Only for beginners. Most students should know these.
How to Learn with These PDFs
The beauty of PDFs is that you can print them and use and re-use them as physical study material.
So, here are some ways you can learn with these Japanese PDF lessons.
1. Print out the PDFs. Having them on your device is cool but at that point, you will only be able to read through and not take full advantage. So, if you can, print. If not, no worries… but physical is better and you can see for yourself below as to how I use PDFs (whether lessons or workbooks).
2. Keep the PDFs somewhere nearby. The beauty of physical material is that if it’s near you and in your field of vision, you will use it. Unlike an App that’s somewhere on the 2nd or 3rd page of your homescreen. I like to keep my PDFs and study material in my daily notebook that I use for general writing.
3. Read through the PDFs. You’ll become better at Japanese the more you interact with it and get used to it. So, the more you review the PDFs the better. You can do this with the printed version or if you keep the PDF on your phone.
4. Write on it! Assuming you printed the Japanese PDF lessons, you can also practice writing out the words and phrases on that very same sheet. Or, you can write it out in a notebook. Actually, you can copy out words if you have the PDF on your phone… but again, I prefer physical. But, writing things out will help the Japanese stick in your brain.
5. Re-use it. The other beauty of PDFs is that you can print them out as many times as you want. If you wrote on a sheet… print out a new one and practice some more!
I hope you enjoyed these PDFs.
Please let me know which ones you liked best, so I can make more.
And in the meantime, stay tuned. Nore Japanese PDF lessons are coming soon.
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