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Reading and Writing:

Introduction

How to read Hiragana

How to write Hiragana

How to read Katakana

How to write Katakana

Kanji Collection

Japanese Grammar – Structure:

Pronunciation for Beginners

WA and DESU (は, です)

The Grammar Particle NO (の)

Demonstratives (KSAD pattern)

The Grammar Particle WO / O (を)

The Grammar Particle NI (に)

MO, TO and YA (も, と and や)

The Particle DE (で)

Te-Kudasai and Onegaishimasu

ARIMASU, IMASU (あります, います)

WA and GA (は, が)

Interrogatives + KA and MO (か, も)

NI NARU, NI SURU (になる, にする)

KARA (から)

MADE and KARA (まで, から)

MO II DESU KA? (もいいですか)

TE + wa ikemasen (てはいけません)

TE + KARA (~て + から)

MOU and MADA (もう, まだ)

Just DAKE (だけ)

DESHOU and DAROU (でしょう, だろう)

HOU GA II (ほうがいい)

YORI and HOU GA (より、ほうが)

KEREDOMO, KEDO and GA (けれども、けど、が)

MAE NI (まえに)

ATO NI and ATO DE (あとに, あとで)

SUGIRU (すぎる)

GA JOUZU (がじょうず)

GA HETA (がへた)

TAI (たい)

KOTO GA ARU (ことがある)

Tsumori (つもり)

Quick Guide to Adjectives

Japanese Grammar – Verbs:

The Plain Form

Verbs in the Polite Form

Verbs in the Polite Form, Past Tense

The Negative Polite Form

The Casual Past Form

The Negative Casual Form

The Te Form

Japanese Vocabulary Lists:

Japanese Counters

JLPT N5 Verbs List – Group 1

JLPT N5 Verbs List – Group 2

JLPT N5 Verbs List – Irregular

Japanese Phrases:

Beginner’s Guide

Getting to Know Someone

At the Restaurant

Nara Park

New JLPT N4 Section:

Amari + nai (あまり+ない)

Zenzen + nai (ぜんぜん+ない)

Toki (とき)

Sou desu (そうです)

Te mimasu (てみます)

Hazu desu (はずです)

Kata (かた)

Nagara (ながら)

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Learning Apps & Games:

The Hiragana Game

Links and Resources:

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