12 Tips to use your Japanese IME better If you’re serious about learning Japanese, I’m sure you will eventually either want to or need to be able to type in Japanese on your computer. Typing in Japanese is done with software called an IME (Input Method Editor), which allows you to type Japanese phonetically (romaji) and have the your typing automatically converted to Japanese characters. You may have already set up your IME and have some experience using it (if not, please check out Greggman.com’s excellent guide to installing/setting up your IME).
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Counting in Japanese just became a whole lot easier with this handy infographic One of the beautiful (or painful, depending on how you look at it) aspects of the Japanese language is its complex system of numbers and counting methods. For starters, there are two commonly used systems of numbers–often referred to as the Sino-Japanese numbers and the native Japanese numbers–that are used in different contexts, as well as a seemingly limitless number of counter words. Confused yet? Japanese Language School in Tokyo Plenty of free Japanese study materials for reading, writing and listening from MLC Japanese Language School in Tokyo. Feel free to use PDF, Flash and Audio formats to study grammar and vocabulary for conversation and JLPT preparation. How to start learning Japanese → Facebook Note
Hotel Asia Center of Japan ■■FREE ! ! Early Check-in & Late Check-out Plan■■ 日本語資源 - Nihongoresources.com Kansaiben (関西弁) and Oosakaben (大阪弁) First Off: Is This Real Grammar? Well yes, technically this is real grammar, but for a language that isn't an official language as such. Okinawan Language Chart Compiled by Rich Boyden and Ricky Rose Edited by Rich Boyden & Frank Cantrell EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a very crude list of words collected from others' compilations and from informal conversations with speakers of the Okinawan language. It is not intended to be exhaustive or authoritative. The editor reserves the right to make sweeping changes (especially to the very weak introductory section below), and he welcomes contributions from others and invites volunteers to send e‑mail to Rich: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ricky: Suiken000@suikenbugeikai.com