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Japanese verb in Romaji

On this page, you can learn basic Japanese verbs in Romaji.
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Japanese animals

On this page, you can learn Japanese words to describe animals.
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【Minna no Nihongo: Lesson 1】Kanji words you should know

On this page you can learn Kanji words which frequently appear in each lesson in the Minna no Nihongo textbook.
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Japanese words you may not know even if you pass N1

You may not learn these words at Japanese language schools. Tests like JLPT may not test you on them. However, they are often used in news articles or daily conversations.
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【Japanese Vocabulary】Let’s learn how to use 実は(じつは/jitsuwa)in a conversation and a sentence.

Japanese people do not use 実は(じつは/jitsuwa)like English people use the word 'actually". Let's find out more details.
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【Japanese vocabulary】How do you use なつかしい (natsukashii) in a sentence ? Check the meaning, pronunciation and examples.

This Japanese word is really hard to translate into English.
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【Let’s learn Japanese with Senryu(川柳・せんりゅう)】The best senryu from 2020 National Senryu Competition

Senryu is Japanese poetry similar to Haiku, although it is funnier and more cynical. People express their daily life through Senryu with humor.
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【Japanese Vocabulary】difference between ねばねば (nebaneba) and べとべと (betobeto)

The photo is 'grated yam'. ねばねば and べとべと are both Japanese onomatopoeia and often used in a daily conversation. Let's find out how to pronounce and use them.
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【Japanese onomatopoeia for touching and feeling】ねばねば (nebaneba), べとべと (betobeto), つるつる (tsurutsuru), ぷるぷる (purupuru) and more.

On this page, you can learn Japanese onomatopoeia for touching and feeling.
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【Japanese onomatopoeia for animal sound】わんわん (wanwan), ニャーニャー (nyaanyaa), ガーガー (gaagaa)

On this page, you can learn Japanese onomatopoeia for animal sound.
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