All About Japanese Honorifics: San, Sama, Chan, Kun & More

Want to learn a bit about Japanese honorifics? Well, have no fear, reader-chan. Or, should I call you reader-san? Today, you’ll learn Japanese honorifics like chan, san, kun, and much more. This guide explains: Why honorifics are used in Japanese List of honorifics and explanations When NOT to use Japanese honorifics Alright, reader-chan, let’s go! …

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How to Say You in Japanese: 13 Ways & How Natives Say “You”

How do you say you in Japanese? You might’ve heard anata, kimi, omae and other variations. And you probably realized that the meanings and nuances vary. So, it’s natural to wonder about the differences of variations like kimi vs anata or anata vs omae. Anyway, don’t worry. In today’s guide, YOU will learn how to …

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68+ Japanese Antonyms List for Beginners to Know (Opposite Words)

Antonyms are “opposite” words like… “fast and slow.” And if you’re here, you’re wondering about Japanese antonyms…. Or, perhaps how to say hot and cold in Japanese? Or young and old in Japanese? Well, have no fear, little guy or gal. Lingujunkie (that’s me) is here to share 68+ nice Japanese antonyms with you. And …

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