Searching for a practical way to learn Japanese? In this first of a series, learn the Japanese language concept of expressing to and towards.
Build on the previous Japanese language lesson and learn how to use "kara" and "made," two words that make up a lot of common sentence constructions.
This lesson teaches how to use some of the most useful phrases in Japanese (or any language, for that matter). Learn how to identify things based on proximity!
It can be tough to say "no." This language lesson breaks down this concept and makes learning how to use the Japanese particle "no" as easy as loving sushi!
In English, lists are made with logic operators such as "and" and "or." Learn how to make lists in Japanese, which is similar with a few important distinctions.
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