Reviewing the Kanji How I learned a language in 22 hours "What do you know about where I come from?" That was one of the first questions I ever asked Bosco Mongousso, an Mbendjele pygmy who lives in the sparsely populated Ndoki forest at the far northern tip of the Republic of Congo. We were sitting on logs around a fire one evening four years ago, eating a dinner of smoked river fish and koko, a vitamin-rich wild green harvested from the forest. I'd come to this hard-to-reach corner of the Congo basin – a spot at least 50km from the nearest village – to report a story for National Geographic magazine about a population of chimpanzees who display the most sophisticated tool-use ever observed among non-humans. Mongousso, who makes his living, for the most part, by hunting wildlife and gathering forest produce such as nuts, fruits, mushrooms and leaves, had teeth that had been chiselled to sharp points as a child. "I don't know. "Have you ever heard of the United States of America?" He shook his head. I didn't know where to begin.
Gakuu - Real Japanese Have Fun Learning Japanese With AKBINGO! I love AKBINGO! It’s one of my all time favorite Japanese variety shows, right on up there with Gaki no Tsukai. (P.S. if you haven’t already heard of Gaki no Tsukai, do yourself a huge favor and check that out as well.) Lesser known (I think) is the band’s variety show, AKBINGO! AKBINGO! [yframe url=' I’ve included a few videos with English subs for those who aren’t as far along in their Japanese studies, but these videos will give you a good feel for the show. [yframe url=' Since this is a variety show, the cast members speak much faster and sometimes even talk over one another. [yframe url=' Another bonus to the show is that it features both male and female speakers with largely unscripted dialogue. [yframe url=' Like I mentioned before, AKBINGO! [yframe url=' AKBINGO! [yframe url=' John’s Favorite AKB48 Member Music!
NIHONGO eな - Portal for Learning Japanese - Digital Dialects (Learn Japanese) This is a site with various games for studying vocabulary and kanji. It’s very easy to use. I have plans to visit all kinds of places in Japan. Yes, there are various regional dialects and the vocabulary and pronunciation varies significantly! List of articles What's New! Brand new iOS and Android versions of the website are now available! Let’s study Japanese! MARUGOTO Plus Elementary 2 (A2) Apps and sites to enjoy Japanese culture Learn beginner and intermediate Japanese grammar so you know it well.（2017.11.30） Learn beginner and intermediate Japanese grammar so you know it well.（2017.11.30） 日本語 Copyright 2010 The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai