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The Japanese Slang Jiko undefined The Japanese Slang Jisho 最 高君の俗語の辞書HOMEPAGE French Tutorials Index: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, and Pronunciation with MP3s and Exercises Useful information Recordings of mp3s were done by a native speaker of French from Haute-Savoie. Feel free to download them for your own personal use or in other non-commercial educational settings.

Les fiches d'apprentissage que j'utilise [en anglais] After 2 months of planning and composition (okay, so I did procrastinate quite a bit), I now understand how Moses felt when he descended Mount Sinai with the holy tablets. Behold, Nihonshock’s newly revised and much improved Japanese cheat sheet! This is a “cheat sheet” for the Japanese language. It is an attempt to condense and organize as many of the basic elements of the language onto one sheet of paper as possible. Japanese "adjectives" [Back to the main Japanese page] Why do I write "adjectives" in quotes for this chapter? Because your mind has a preset idea of what an adjective is-- based on how English uses words called adjectives to modify nouns-- and the Japanese adjective is not quite the same. It is indeed a class of words that modifies nouns, but it does so in a different way than the corresponding class in English. Hence, your intuition will be wrong in some cases.

Top 49 Learn French Sites « Learn French Fast Blog The internet is a amazing tool for learning French. But with so many sites to sift through, it can be tough to find the best learn French sites. That’s why I created the Top French Site Award to honour the cream of the crop on the internet. Below is the list of winners, I’ve split the list into topics to make it easier to sort through.

Japanese Learning Resources This page is for all the Japanese learners out there. There are so many crappy (i.e. old, bad, or stolen) worksheets and such out there for learning Japanese. I wanted to compile a collection of high quality resources for people learning Japanese. Check back often, I’ll be adding new stuff up from time to time. Looking to learn Japanese from the beginning? Tofugu recommends TextFugu for learning Japanese – Find Out Why. Japanese grammar Some distinctive aspects of modern Japanese sentence structure[edit] Word order: head final and left branching[edit] The modern theory of constituent order ("word order"), usually attributed to Joseph Greenberg, identifies several kinds of phrase. Each one has a head and possibly a modifier. The head of a phrase either precedes its modifier (head initial) or follows it (head final).

List of idioms in the English language This is a list of notable idioms in the English language. An idiom is a common word or phrase with a culturally understood meaning that differs from what its composite words' denotations would suggest. For example, an English speaker would understand the phrase "kick the bucket" to mean "to die" – and also to actually kick a bucket. Furthermore, they would understand when each meaning is being used in context. French I Tutorial: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar If you'd like to download the mp3s, use the DownThemAll add-on for Firefox to download all the mp3s at once instead of right-clicking on each link. Visit the French mp3s page for the list of all mp3s that accompany the French tutorials. All flashcards and exercises will open in a new window. If you're interested in buying other materials to supplement your French studies, I've recommended some books from Amazon.

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