Languages - Japanese - A Touch of Japanese - A beginners' Mizuki Shigeru: An appreciation Renowned Japanese manga illustrator, folklorist, and pop-culture icon Mizuki Shigeru (水木しげる) died on Monday, November 30, 2015. He was 93. In many ways, Mizuki represented the pacifism and humanism of post-War Japan. Creative commons image At By At under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license A statue celebrates Mizuki Shigeru and some of his creations on the street which carries his name A veteran of World War II, Mizuki served as a conscript in the Japanese Imperial Army, and was stationed on New Britain Island in Papua New Guinea. His horrible experiences of war on the island (many of which he documented in a variety of books that are available in English translation), which included losing an arm and then being cared for by the local inhabitants of the island, influenced Mizuki's work for the rest of his life. He would go on to become a best-selling author, publishing hundreds of books. 衝撃だ… 鬼太郎を生んでくれてありがとう。 What a blow [that Mizuki Shigeru has died]. Mizuki Shigeru Goes to War
How to Learn Japanese Fast So, I’ve been living in Japan for close to 5 months now and unfortunately haven’t picked up nearly as much of the language as I’d hoped. I’ve got the greetings down and can order simple food but anything past that (let alone a conversation) is out of the question. I thought that since I was living with a Japanese girl and working at a Japanese company the language would come naturally. That hasn’t been the case, so I’ve decided that some studying/learning might be a good idea. I’ve come up with a plan to learn basic conversational Japanese in the next 3 months. So, here’s my plan Learning how to speak Japanese - Memorize the 100 most common words (Approximately 50% of all written words in Japanese) - podcasts for the commute - Human Japanese app (iphone and computer) - practicing on co-workers, housemate, randoms, etc. Japanese Word Memorization I’ve got a list of 100 words and a little mini notecard flashcard thingy. Learn Japanese Podcasts Human Japanese (computer and iPhone app) Mitchell
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Learn Japanese | JapanesePod101.com (Audio) by InnovativeLanguage.com Japanese Lessons - Ramblings of DarkMirage Introduction So, one day I was feeling bored and I decided to start a series of Japanese lessons targeted at the anime fans. These lessons are not meant to actually teach the language, but rather to give you a better understanding of how Japanese works and the various headaches faced by translators when they work on your favourite shows every week. I intend to keep this updated regularly, so keep checking back Chapters Chapter 0 – PrologueChapter I – VerbsChapter II – SentencesChapter III – KanjiChapter IV – 1st KatamariChapter V – AdjectivesChapter VI – Keigo Japanese Titbits #1 – 黄昏 (tasogare)#2 – Hentai vs. Japanese language links If you find a link that is no longer working or that has moved, or would like to add a new link to this page, please contact me Free Japanese fonts (handwriting) (with stroke order) Japanese lessons Online Japanese courses, lessons and other resources for learners - Learn Japanese with Glossika - Fluency is Confidence. Find Japanese Tutors, Teachers and Lesson Help Reviews of Japanese courses Japanese Language - grammar, phrases, and other resources Learn Japanese resources Japanese learning blog Japanese Vocabulary Trainer Japanese script Japanese phrases Online Japanese radio
Resolutions for Learning Better Japanese in 2008 The New Year is a great time to break disgusting habits and set impossible resolutions…at least, it’s a great time to try to do those things. Most people come out from the rubble a couple of weeks later still smoking, drinking, or using Japanese words in English sentences, but everyone at least gets a little bit closer to their goal. By setting goals and attempting them, you are gaining valuable experience, even when you fail miserably. With the coming of the New Year, I thought I’d help you set some goals and break some habits. Habits To Break: 1. The Problem: For some reason, it’s tough for a lot of people to get that Japanese accent down. The Solution: It’s time to go back to your hiragana sheet and relearn your kana. 2. The Problem: You know what I’m talking about. The Solution: Stop being lazy! 3. The Problem: Writing your kanji in improper stroke order is sloppy and bad. Resolutions: 1. Most people think that drama is the stuff of soppy middle-aged housewives. 2. 3. 4. 5.
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