In this sixth Japanese language lesson, get an introduction to adverbs such as "still," "also," and "already," which are easy to mix up, but fun to practice!
This series of lessons takes a natural approach to teaching Japanese, and there's nothing more natural than ending particles—a foreign concept to English!
Want to sound more fluent in Japanese? This lesson teaches you how to use adverbs to further modify adjectives you're used to using in English.
One of the most complex parts of Japanese that students have difficulty with is figuring out markers. This lesson covers in detail easy ways to understand them.
Finish off this series with something very practical—learning to properly ask questions. Japanese people are shy, so asking questions is essential!
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