In Japanese, honorifics and gender words are often used depending on the position of the speaker in society.
Tips for remembering
There are three well-known ways to keep things in your long-term memory.
1) Reading aloud
2) Write it on paper
3) Forget it once, and then recall it within a week.
You can’t remember just by looking at a textbook. It is effective to write on paper. The most effective way is to read in a loud voice.
Let’s practice using it with your Japanese tutor conversation partner.
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
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