31 phrases with Audio http://sp.cis.iwate-......guage.html|
Basic Japanese Sentences : Select your native language ( English, Chinese, German, Italian, Malay, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Japanese) or an introduction page.
AJALT Learning Supplements http://www.ajalt.org/sfyj/|
Numbers, Counters, Adjectives, Verbs, Money, Time
AJALT Survival Japanese http://www.ajalt.org/sj/|
Survival Japanese is for people who are interested in communicating in Japanese but have no knowledge of the language.
Conversation Practice http://nihongo.anthonet.com/|
Japanese Language, japanese, japanese, Kanji, Hiragana, Katagana, Japan Tour Guide, Ginza, Tokyo, Osaka, Conversation, Technical Words
Cornell Univ Japanese Lessons http://lrc.cornell.edu/japanese/|
Cornell University, Department of Asian Studies, Japanese Program, Kawasaki Japanese Learning Materials
Darmouth Kanji Reading http://www.dartmouth......rcise.html|
Japanese Exercises. Kanji with example sentences and translations. Stroke order for Kanji and listening practice with Quicktime movie/sound files. DAMELL'S JAPAN PROGRAM. Japanese at Dartmouth College.
Easy Japanese http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
Beginning with pronunciation and including kanji formation, this easy-to-use text covers the basics of Japanese. Explanations of grammar and other language concepts are discussed in English, and include examples. Kana and kanji are introduced halfway through the book.
Expressions at Home http://www.city.yoko......son-2.html|
Itadakimasu. () / Gochisousamadeshita. ()
In Japan, it is customary to say "Itadakimasu" before you eat and "Gochisousamadeshita" after you finish. "Gochisou ()" means banquet or delicious meal. You should say "Gochisousamadeshita"
Games to Learn Japanese http://www.southwold......panese.htm|
Games for learning Japanese. They are very much good.
Grammar in Use http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
Amazon.com: Grammar in Use Japanese Edition : Self-study Reference and Practice for Students of English (Grammar in Use): Books: Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer,Izumi Walker by Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer,Izumi Walker
Grammar in Use http://www.amazon.co......052162598X|
Amazon.co.jp?F Grammar in Use Intermediate With Answers: Self-Study Reference and Practice for Students of English (Grammar in Use): ?m??: Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer by Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer
Grammar Quizzes http://www.tiu.ac.jp......index.html|
12 Grammar quizzes with varying levels of difficulty.
Great List of Grammar Structures http://www.nafai.org......jpphrases/|
3.8 Easy/difficult, advantageous, substantial
3.9 Start and finish doing, completion
3.10 Movement (te kuru, te iku)
3.11 From now on, begin to (te iku, te kuru)
3.15 Facts, things generally accepted as
4 Conjunctional phrases
4.1 Reason and cause
4.2 In order to, for, to, so that
4.4 Even, even though, although
4.5 Limiting (Without, because not, not...but, but, instead of)
Immediate Conversation http://www.amazon.co......n%3d283155|
The beginning student, tourist, traveler, businessperson-everyone interested in the Japanese language as it is spoken today-will find this book to be an invaluable learning aid. Thirty easy-to-follow lessons present the most common features of the language in short, simple and immediately useful sentences. Practice exercises, accompanied by a Japanese-English dictionary, enable the user to apply grammar and vocabulary, and emphasize colloquial Japanese conversation.
Japanese is Possible http://maktos.jimmyseal.net/jip.html|
Your home for Japanese language, culture, video games, and anime.
Japanese on-line http://www.hesjapanese.com|
Do you love Japanese culture?
Just break down the language barrier.Japanese isn’t so hard after all, see it for yourself!
I’m inviting you to study, Maiko
Japanese Pod 101 http://www.japanesepod101.com/|
Learn Japanese with Daily Podcasts from Tokyo Whether you are Japan-bound or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at Japanesepod101.com.
JLPT 3 Prep Site http://www.spurrymos......index.html|
I took the exam for JLPT Level 4 in 2004 and somehow managed to pass! So it was time to move onto Level 3. But the same problem remained: what grammar to study for the JLPT. And, where to find a formatted vocabulary list, kanji list and perhaps even get a little reading practice and some quizes...
JLPT 4 Prep Site http://www.spurrymos......index.html|
I found it difficult to know what to study for the JLPT. After searching the web for a long time and finding only a few useful sites (and many outdated ones), I thought a specialist JLPT site might be useful - and good study practice too.
Learn Japanese Language http://www.learn-jap......akana.com/|
Learn to speak, read, and write Japanese language - Kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana Symbols