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E-Learning Course | No. 49

Readings for learning Japanese
日本語学習のための読み物

If you want to get better at Japanese, reading is one of the best ways to do so. Reading helps you to integrate the vocabulary and grammar you have learned.

When you come across a new word, it will be easier to remember it. If you have the time, you can do it anytime, anywhere, for free.

Here are some excellent websites for online Japanese reading comprehension practice that are completely free.

When you learn a foreign language ...

When you learn a foreign language and speak it, you will experience a similarity in the personality of the teacher and even the personality of the people of the country.
 
Most students become kind when they learn the gentle language of Japanese.
 
When you learn to speak Japanese and live in Japan, your personality changes, and your way of speaking changes without you even realizing it.
 
Their voices change, they become quieter, they become less aggressive, and even their personalities change.

Review of e-learning course

  1. Greetings. Let’s get started! | No.1
  2. Let’s master katakana! | No. 2
  3. Have you mastered numbers? | No. 3
  4. Use your calendar! | No. 4
  5. The key to studying | No. 5
  6. [Video] How Characters Work 1 | No. 6
  7. [Video] How Characters Work 2 | No. 7
  8. [Video] How Characters Work 3 | No. 8
  9. Recommended Textbooks | No. 9
  10. The secret to learning a language | No. 10
  11. [Video] Let’s understand Japanese sounds! 1 | No. 11
  12. [Q&A] Why do you say “I’m sorry” when you say “Thank you”? | No. 12
  13. [Video] Let’s understand Japanese sounds! 2 | No. 13
  14. [Video] Student testimonial | No. 14
  15. [Video] Japanese Form, nouns, verbs, adjectives | No. 15
  16. [Video] Mastering the Japanese postposition | No. 16
  17. Podcasts useful for learning Japanese | No. 17
  18. Let’s use a polite form | No. 18
  19. [Video] Mastering the Japanese Form 3 | No. 19
  20. Useful apps for learning Japanese | No. 20
  21. [Video] Japanese postposition | No. 21
  22. The list of verb conjugation | No. 22
  23. Popular Japanese manga | No. 23
  24. [Video] Mastering the Japanese Form 4 | No. 24
  25. Summary of plain and polite forms | No. 25
  26. Review video learning | No. 26
  27. Useful websites for learning Japanese | No. 27
  28. [Video] Have you learned the conjugation of verbs? | No. 28
  29. What are -u verbs? | No. 29
  30. [Video] About verb groups | No. 30
  31. What are -Ru verbs? | No. 31
  32. [Video] Do you know the rules for verb conjugation? | No. 32
  33. [Q&A] Why do pedestrians wait even when there is no car? | No. 33
  34. What are -Irregular verbs? | No. 34
  35. [Video] Scenes where verb conjugation is used | No. 35
  36. Youtube for learning Japanese | No. 36
  37. What are -I adjectives? | No. 37
  38. What are -Na adjectives? | No. 38
  39. Adjective conjugation tables | No. 39
  40. [Video] Basics of speaking | No. 40
  41. Challenge JLPT. Try it for free! | No. 41
  42. 1 month free campaign | No. 42
  43. Why “honorifics” play an important role? | No. 43
  44. [Video] Let’s use a polite form! | No. 44
  45. Finding a job in Japan | No. 45
  46. [Q&A] Is it true that Japanese people do not have religion? | No. 46
  47. Download Perfect Honorific Master | No. 47
  48. [Video] Advanced if you can use honorifics | No. 48
  49. Readings for learning Japanese | No. 49

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