Learn Japanese on YouTube There are many channels on YouTube that are great for learning Japanese.
Most of the video courses are free. You can use them to ask a Japanese instructor what you don’t understand or listen to them together in class.
Linguistic reasons why Japanese people do not assert themselves.
Major differences between Japanese and English
“Arigato” and “Thank You.
Let’s compare these two.
In the Japanese “Arigato,” there is no speaker or listener, in other words, no human being.
If you convert “arigato” to kanji, it is “有難う” (thank you).
It means, “It’s difficult to be,” or “It’s not easy to be.”
In contrast to the Japanese phrase “Arigato” (Thank you), which has no human being in it, how about the English phrase “Thank you.
In this case, “you,” or the person who is listening, appears.
It is a verb sentence that means “To thank you.
This is very different from the Japanese word “arigato,” which is based on an adjective.
Review of e-learning course
- Greetings. Let’s get started! | No.1
- Let’s master katakana! | No. 2
- Have you mastered numbers? | No. 3
- Use your calendar! | No. 4
- The key to studying | No. 5
- [Video] How Characters Work 1 | No. 6
- [Video] How Characters Work 2 | No. 7
- [Video] How Characters Work 3 | No. 8
- Recommended Textbooks | No. 9
- The secret to learning a language | No. 10
- [Video] Let’s understand Japanese sounds! 1 | No. 11
- [Q&A] Why do you say “I’m sorry” when you say “Thank you”? | No. 12
- [Video] Let’s understand Japanese sounds! 2 | No. 13
- [Video] Student testimonial | No. 14
- [Video] Japanese Form, nouns, verbs, adjectives | No. 15
- [Video] Mastering the Japanese postposition | No. 16
- Podcasts useful for learning Japanese | No. 17
- Let’s use a polite form | No. 18
- [Video] Mastering the Japanese Form 3 | No. 19
- Useful apps for learning Japanese | No. 20
- [Video] Japanese postposition | No. 21
- The list of verb conjugation | No. 22
- Popular Japanese manga | No. 23
- [Video] Mastering the Japanese Form 4 | No. 24
- Summary of plain and polite forms | No. 25
- Review video learning | No. 26
- Useful websites for learning Japanese | No. 27
- [Video] Have you learned the conjugation of verbs? | No. 28
- What are -u verbs? | No. 29
- [Video] About verb groups | No. 30
- What are -Ru verbs? | No. 31
- [Video] Do you know the rules for verb conjugation? | No. 32
- [Q&A] Why do pedestrians wait even when there is no car? | No. 33
- What are -Irregular verbs? | No. 34
- [Video] Scenes where verb conjugation is used | No. 35
- Youtube for learning Japanese | No. 36
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