【Difference】between 思う（omou）and 考える（kangaeru）
Both verbs mean 'to think' although there are small differences between them.
【Difference】between になる（ninaru）and くなる（kunaru）which both means ‘become + adjective’
くなる is used with いadjective, and になる is used with なadjective. Let's see some examples.
【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.
【Difference】between 買い物 (kaimono) and 買い出し (kaidashi)
買い出し is not a common word but you may sometimes hear it in a daily conversation. Let's find out how to pronounce and use it.
【Difference】between ている (teiru), ていく (teiku), てくる (tekuru), てある (tearu), ておく (teoku), てみる(temiru)
They look really similar and confusing. Let's understand them all at once on this page.
【Difference】between と (to) and とき (toki) that are both conjunctions
Let's find out what is the difference between と and とき.
【Difference】between お姉ちゃん (oneechan) and お姉さん (oneesan)
The key learning focus here is that さん is a suffix which is more polite than ちゃん. Let's find out how to pronounce and use it.
【Difference】between 行く (iku) and 行ってくる (ittekuru)
行く（い・く） means 'go'. 行ってくる（い・ってくる） is also 'go' but implies that the person is coming back.
【Difference】between 食事 (shokuji) and まかない (makanai)
まかない is not a common word but you may sometimes hear it in a daily conversation. Let's find out how to pronounce and use it.
【Difference】between いる (iru) and ある (aru)
When do you use いる and ある? Let's have a look at them carefully on this page.