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beginner lesson
  1. Beginner Lesson: Japanese number 1 to 10, 100, 1000
  2. Beginner Lesson: Japanese number 11 to 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90
  3. Beginner Lesson: the first ten Hiragana characters (あ to こ)
  4. Beginner Lesson: basic words with the first ten Hiragana characters (あ to こ)
  5. Beginner Lesson: greeting words
  6. Beginner Lesson: instruction words
  7. Beginner Lesson: Hello. Nice to see you.
  8. Beginner Lesson: the next ten Hiragana characters (さ to と)
  9. Beginner Lesson: basic words with the next ten Hiragana characters (さ to と)
  10. Beginner Lesson: My name is —.
  11. Beginner Lesson: I am — years old.
  12. Beginner Lesson: the next ten Hiragana characters (な to ほ)
  13. Beginner Lesson: basic words with the next ten Hiragana characters (な to ほ)
  14. Beginner Lesson: animals
  15. Beginner Lesson: I like —.
  16. Beginner Lesson: the next eight Hiragana characters (ま to よ)
  17. Beginner Lesson: basic words with the next eight Hiragana characters (ま to よ)
  18. Beginner Lesson: room item
  19. Beginner Lesson: Please lend me + object.
  20. Beginner Lesson: the last eight Hiragana characters (ら to ん)
  21. Beginner Lesson: basic words with the last eight Hiragana characters (ら to ん)
  22. Beginner Lesson: instruction words
  23. Beginner Lesson:
  24. Beginner Lesson:
  25. Beginner Lesson:
  26. Beginner Lesson: countries, cities
  27. Beginner Lesson: Where are you from? / I am from —.
  28. Beginner Lesson: Where do you live? / I live in —.
  29. Beginner Lesson:
  30. Beginner Lesson:
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Let’s learn how to introduce yourself in Japanese. (Hello. Nice to see you. My name is —.)

It would be really impressive if you can introduce yourself in Japanese when you see a Japanese person. Let's get started!
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Let’s learn how to ask where you’re from and where you live in Japanese. Answer the questions in Japanese too.

The key word for this conversation is どこ which is 'where' in Japanese.
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School: Because maths is enjoyable and interesting.

On this page, you can learn how to say why you like the subject you study at school in Japanese.
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School: I often have a meal with friends during lunchtime.

On this page, you can learn how to say what you often do during lunchtime in Japanese.
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School: I study English, maths, science and Japanese at school.

On this page, you can learn how to say what you study at school in Japanese.
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School: I study Japanese in order to go to Japan.

On this page, you can learn how to say why you study the language in Japanese.
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Sports: I am good at basketball.

On this page, you can learn how to say what sports you are good at in Japanese.
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Sports: Sumo is popular in Japan.

On this page, you can learn how to say when a sports game will start in Japanese.
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Sports: The game will start at 2 pm.

On this page, you can learn how to say when a sports game will start in Japanese.
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Sports: My favourite team is Barcelona.

On this page, you can learn how to say your opinion about sports in Japanese.
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