Japanese grammer

How is your Japanese language learning going? Some Japanese grammar is simple, while others are complex and difficult to understand. In this Japanese Grammar category, we will post detailed explanations and other information on grammar questions that Japanese language learners often have. Why don’t you relax a little and read it!

Okinawan dialect. mensore

Dialects and words such as “Thank you” and “Hello” spoken by Okinawans

There are probably many people from overseas who work in Okinawa. There are also many foreigners who visit Okinawa for sightseeing. Okinawa is a land where a culture different from that of mainland Japan has taken root, and is known for its frequent use of “dialects” that differ from the standard language used by people […]

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first person word

Watash is not the only first person word in Japanese! Its types, times, and differences from region to region.

There are several types of first person in languages around the world. In English, “I,” “my,” “me,” “mine,” and “myself” are also first person. And in Japanese, there are a great variety of first-person words. The most standard first person is “watashi” (I), but many people use other first person words in daily conversation. In

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Kirakira Onomatopoeias commonly used in Japan

Onomatopoeias commonly used in Japan that you should remember

The language of each country has words and grammar, but there are also words called “onomatopoeia“. Onomatopoeia is a general term for onomatopoeia, mimetic words, and onomatopoeia, and there are many such onomatopoeias in Japanese. Therefore, it seems that people who stay in Japan for a long time and try to learn Japanese have a

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