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). However, it’s common for foreigners to overlook some of the finer points of its usage. This article aims to provide novice IME users with an introduction to some of the intermediate and advanced features literally waiting at their fingertips, providing a basis for improved typing efficiency, problem solving and expanded usage. For this article I’ll presume that:
Japanese Phrases and Common Sentences Japanese Phrases *1 This may be a kind of literary/writing expression… and it’s seldom used in conversation. But never is unnatural. *2 Arigato and Arigato gozaimasu. There’s no big difference between them, “Arigato gozaimasu” is more polite. *3 (Anata ga inakute) Samishi katta desu : Abbreviated Anata ga inakute. *4 Usually we just say “Excuse me/ Sumimasen”, and “Can you help me” is included in this “Sumimasen”. *5 ...san is a very normal way. NIHONGO ICHIBAN This is the list of the 103 kanji you need to know to pass the JLPT N5 test. Click on the kanji and watch the video with the stroke order on how to write it and learn from example vocabulary. When you click the “Share” button on top of the page you can also select to print in a printer friendly view (in total 31 A4 pages).
Learn Japanese with YouTube: 8 Channels You Don't Wanna Miss Well, I guess it’s time to end this blog. There’s nothing left to write about. We’ve already given you our best tips. Like how you can make the most of language exchange. And what blogs, podcasts, anime, dramas, and TV series you should check out to learn Japanese. Actually – there is one more thing. Learn Japanese Easy! - Lesson 2: Word Order & Simple Vocab Lesson 2: Word Order & Simple Vocab.....Word Order:In English, word order is Subject-Verb-Object,But in Japanese, it's Subject-Object-Verb.Take this for example...The dog will eat the cat - Inu wa neko o tabemasu...Inu (Subject)waNeko (Object)oTabemasu (Verb)..inu - dogneko - cattabemasu - will eat..wa is used to mark the subject. In every sentence, the particle wa should come directly after the subject.same goes with o. O is the object marker and should always come right after the object....Easy right?Let's try one a little bit different...The Sky is Blue - Sora wa aoi desu.Not much of an object, but to say something is, use the same structer.Sora (Subject)wa (Subject Marker)aoi (Adjective)desu (Verb)..*Because there's no object, the particle o is not needed...Sora - Skywa - Subj.
JLPT N1 Vocabulary Level Checker Skip to site navigation Skip to section navigation Skip to content トップページ：日本語 (Japanese) Search site with Google 9 Awesome Japanese Podcasts for Accelerating Your Learning Looking for great Japanese podcasts? Why waste any more time wading through low-quality, amateur work? We’ve already tracked down the best and brightest Japanese language learning podcasts available today! The Benefits of Listening to Japanese Podcasts 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 Survival Japanese Basic structures Self-introduction Useful Daily Expressions etc. Hiragana and Katakana
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. Genki – Self-study Room Self-study Room offers a variety of online materials to support your learning with Genki textbooks. *external links (Notice)If your computer is experiencing difficulties reading the scripts on this site, change the text code to “Japanese (Shift_JIS)” or “Automatic”.
Japanese Kana Quizzes (Hiragana & Katakana) [Flash 6] See the <a href="/menuj.html">Quick Menu</a> to find other pages on this site.<P> Flash Quizzes & Flashcards Katakana Reading Practice After loading the quiz, go to "Start Flashcards," then choose "Start カタカナ."