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Looking for Japanese PDF lessons? Here you will find a growing collection of free lessons on vocabulary words, grammar, hiragana, katakana, kanji and more. Click on the links to download the PDFs for free or right click & save as to save to your computer.

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1. How to Learn Japanese: A Guide for BEGINNERS ONLY. 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.

japanese pdf lesson

2. JapanesePod101 PDF Cheat Sheets. Here, you will find tons of 1-2 page Japanese PDF lessons and cheat sheets covering all topics. Business. Travel. Romance. Anime.


3. Top 500 Japanese Verbs List. 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.

japanese verb list

4. 101 Ways on How to Say Thank You in Japanese. 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.

how to say thank you in japanese

5. Learn Hiragana Part 1. This will teach you the Japanese Alphabet called Hiragana in under 1 hour. This is just the first part. Be sure to grab the second part below. Hiragana by Linguajunkie.com Part 1

6. Learn Hiragana Part 2. Part 2 of the Hiragana in Under 1 Hour guide. Master this and you master Hiragana and you can now read & understand basic Japanese.

Hiragana by Linguajunkie.com Part 2

7. Learn to Write Hiragana – Printable Worksheets. 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.

hiragana pdf

8. Learn Katakana Part 1. Katakana is a Japanese alphabet, reads like Hiragana, except the characters are different. It’s used for foreign words and scientific terms.

Katakana Guide by Linguajunkie.com Part 1

9. Learn Katakana Part 2. This is the second half. Finish the Katakana guide and now you’ve mastered 2 of the 3 Japanese Alphabets.

Katakana Guide by Linguajunkie.com Part 2

10. Learn How to Write Katakana: 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.

katakana

11. Japanese Adjectives List PDF Part 1. 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.

Japanese adjectives list PDF
12. Japanese Verbs List – Top 100 Verbs. These are the 100 must know Japanese verbs. Download this Japanese Verbs List and be sure to print it out. Inside: Kanji, Kana, Romaji and the meanings.
Japanese Verbs List
13. The Big Fat Master List of Japanese Particles Ebook. Okay, this is one one of those Japanese PDF Lessons meant for more… advanced or grammar minded learners. Inside you get the particles, their uses plus example sentences.
japanese PDF lessons
14. The Big Fat Japanese Picture Book – With this big 93-page Japanese PDF book, you will learn beginner words, phrases and grammar rules. Basically, it’s a big collection of “Japanese-learning” pictures. How should you learn Japanese with this? Simply review and read through. Remember, it’s repetition and practice, NOT “brains” or “smarts” that will help you master Japanese.
japanese pdf lesson
15. 10 Japanese Conversations – Want to learn some basic conversations and dialogs? And all the words inside? This Japanese PDF lesson gives you 10, including translations. Review it as much as possible for fluency.
japanese conversation PDF
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surchfa 2018-11-29 11:39:40
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Thank you!

zchee dylle 2017-01-24 18:37:00
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Great Job

alex 2016-12-28 23:38:00
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Hey Linguajunkie..... I thought you might enjoy this story. I came across your site searching for Japanese lessons a while ago and found your “How to Learn Japanese: A Guide for BEGINNERS ONLY” PDF ebook. It was interesting and I’ll admit I read it all BUT it felt kind of “self-help” which made me not take your advice seriously. Then, 2 weeks later, I find myself downloading some new app hoping it helps me learn Japanese faster…and I remember your advice about learning, taking action, continuing, how to set goals and such. And for the first time in my life (well, I don’t know if it’s the first, haha) I thought… “why NOT put that advice into action?” This is what frustrates me now: We all know. We all KNOW good advice. Like we all knew we should go to sleep on time. We all know exercise is important. But, we DON’T do ANYTHING about it except feel smart about knowing this. And feeling smart doesn’t result in me learning more Japanese. I know so many smart people that can talk about prepositions, grammar rules and the best study apps and websites yet none of them are fluent. I’m ashamed to say I’m kind of like this. So while feeling like a total idiot, I remembered your guide and dude I PRINTED it out, stapled it together and I took action based on it. It’s almost like a Bible to me and I go back to it often just to remind myself of the tips and see how I can apply it. While I am tempted to find some new Apps maybe because it’s exciting to try something shiny and new (honestly, it’s like they’re all the same anyway…), I’ve made much more progress with your help… and a 9 page PDF. I finished the first Genki textbook and the workbook. I set small goals and know around 700 Japanese phrases now. I now read 10 pages of manga a day with little trouble. I don’t know how much speaking I can handle because I don’t have a Japanese person or tutor yet… but that’s my progress over the past 3 months. I just feel so stupid about how I felt “smart about languages” earlier but couldn’t handle a page of Japanese. Anyway, thank you. I didn’t expect this to light a fire up under my butt and I kinda realize how important taking action and applying advice - DOING - rather than thinking about language and chasing new shiny stuff. Okay, I wrote a lot :)

Jacqueline Sìmone Sadberry 2016-11-29 19:03:00
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Thank you SO MUCH for these links!! I just started learning Japanese grammar and I need all the help I can get at this point! Especially with particles. ありがとうございます

sagor777 2016-06-05 01:46:00
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love japanese