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Play Kana Warrior / かなウォリアー, a free online game on Kongregate Version 3.07 is live. I have listened to your feedbacks and have made various minor improvements to Kana Warrior! First off, if you are already good at Hiragana before playing this game, you can prove your skills in Free Play Mode and if you get at least 1,500,000 points (on any play mode and difficulty setting of choice), you will be able to skip straight to Stage 26 of Adventure Mode and learn Katakana right away! A few players have claimed that they had difficulty beating boss stages. After checking and playtesting the boss stages carefully, I have decided to slightly reduce the speed of missiles on these stages to make them more playable! For the “All” input mode, you can now use “cya” for ちゃ, “cyu” for ちゅ and “cyo” for ちょ!

Go Go Nippon! (Hardcopy) This site may contain some graphic adult content. Please press ENTER if you understand. All characters depicted in our products are at least 18 years old. 40 Survival Japanese Phrases for Basic, Everyday Situations Are you fluent in your native language? Before you shrug the question off with a quick “Of course,” consider this: If you’re a native English speaker, could you handle yourself with legalese or convoluted medical terms? Japanese spoken in Japan is no different. If you want to become fluent in Japanese, you should consider in what situations you want to be fluent: At the gym? 10 Cosplays That Will Make You Rethink How You Feel About Furries I'll be honest, when I was a kid in highschool I was a jerk. I judged people when I thought what they were doing was weird. Though who was I to judge - I watched way too much anime which is pretty weird sometimes. Now that I'm older, I don't understand why I felt that way so I'm trying to be less judgmental. I always judged them at conventions. And why?

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Japanese Body Parts Vocabulary and Idioms You know what’s more embarrassing than falling on your butt in front of everyone in Japan? Not knowing how to say butt in the first place. You know what’s more anxiety-inducing than giving a speech in Japanese? Telling the person next to you that you have butterflies in your stomach and then realizing that their horrified reaction means that they took you literally. One of the first things you learn as a kid is what to call all the parts of your own body—yet for some reason this often gets neglected when you’re learning another language.

The Most Common Loan Words in Japanese History of Loan Words The Japanese language has borrowed many words from foreign countries, firstly from China as early as the Nara Period (710-794). Gairaigo (外来語) is Japanese word for "loan word" or "borrowed word". Many Chinese words were mixed into Japanese to the extent that they are no longer considered "loan words". Most Chinese loan words are written in kanji and carry the Chinese reading (on-reading). Around the 17th century, the Japanese language began to borrow from many western languages.