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Learning Japanese Blog http://www.ideogramme.ca/japan/
A wonderfully clever blog about learning Japanese. As grammar is learned the author explains why it was confusing and how it was resolved. Much better than the standard textbook style method.
Added:25 Jun 2006 Clicks:375 Rating:9.75 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Making Sense of Japanese Grammar http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155
Organized for easy access and readability, Making Sense of Japanese Grammar consists of short units, each focused on explaining a distinct problem and illustrated with a wealth of examples. To further enhance their usefulness, the units are cross-referenced and contain brief comprehension exercises to test and apply newly acquired knowledge. A glossary and keys to the exercises are at the back of the book.
Added:1 May 2006 Clicks:22 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Medical Ailments http://www.wvup.edu/......panese.htm
In Units Seven and Eight, you are learning some wonderful new expressions with “ga,” some important body parts, a few adjectives that help describe the body, and colors. The Japanese are great memorizers. Watashitachi mo want to memorize some more useful and fun words and expressions. I have listed below some more body parts and some great “ga” phrases that go along with them.
Added:6 Dec 2006 Clicks:12 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Module Grammar http://www.gu.edu.au......frame.html
School of Languages and Linguistics - Modulerized grammar explanations. Independent from any textbook. (Grifith University, Australia)
Added:17 Sep 2007 Clicks:17 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Niigata AJET Useful Phrases http://www.niigataje......panese.pdf
A downloadable PDF from Niigata AJET for JETs and ALTs to learn useful school Japanese phrases.
Added:14 Apr 2006 Clicks:11 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Node-Noni Because Although http://www.thejapane......mmar/4.htm
A wonderfully laid out site with clear and concise explanations of difficult grammar points. This page shows differences in Node and Noni.
Added:6 Dec 2006 Clicks:15 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
NZAJLT Language http://www.japanese.......essays.cfm
Fukunaga Kayo, Miyoke Momoko and Hesaka Junko (affectionately known as the "Yamaguchi Girls")Yamaguchi Girls are student teachers from Yamaguchi Prefectural University who spent a year working at...
Added:23 Jun 2006 Clicks:53 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Office Expressions http://www.city.yoko......son-3.html
Otsukaresama. () "Otsukaresama" is used to acknowledge someone's efforts or show your appreciation for the trouble that they have gone through. "Tsukare" () means tiredness or fatigue. For example, you can say "otsukaresama" to a colleague who has just returned from an important meeting.
Added:14 Apr 2006 Clicks:5 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Office Expressions 2 http://www.city.yoko......son-4.html
Watashi desu. () = Speaking. This phrase is used when the telephone is for you. When you answer a telephone, say "moshi moshi," which means "Hello." In a business setting, it might be more appropriate to say, "watakushi desu," as "watakushi" is a more polite way to say "I."
Added:14 Apr 2006 Clicks:4 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Okayama Verb Guide http://www.okayama-u......index.html
Choose the right answer and click on the number button.
Added:23 Jun 2006 Clicks:52 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Overused Phrases http://www.banzuke.c......00087.html
Now that the basho is over and the list is sufficiently quiet, it may be an ideal time to unload this on the list.
Added:14 Apr 2006 Clicks:4 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Phone Japanese http://www.nafai.org......ng_tel.php
The following list of expressions are meant to be used when answering telephone calls. If the person calling actually wants to talk to you, just go ahead and
Added:8 Oct 2005 Clicks:22 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Phone Japanese http://www.city.yoko......son-5.html
First give your name and then the name of the person to whom you like to speak. If you call a person at his or her office, you are often told, "Itsumo osewani natteorimasu (Thank you for your patronage.)."
Added:14 Apr 2006 Clicks:4 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Quiz Lessons http://www.quia.com/......anese.html
Class Page for GCSE Japanese Class
Added:23 Jun 2006 Clicks:42 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Sakura Exercises http://www.arts.mona....../home.html
This site is intended for use by beginning level students of Japanese at Berwick Campus of Monash University in Australia. However, it is also available for general use.
Added:24 Jun 2006 Clicks:63 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Schaums Grammar http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155
Amazon.com: Books: Schaums Outline of Japanese Grammar by Keiko Uesawa Chevray,Tomiko Kuwahira
Added:12 Apr 2005 Clicks:16 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Sentence Patterns http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155
Amazon.com: Books: A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Sentence Patterns (Kodansha Dictionary) by Naoko Chino
Added:12 Apr 2005 Clicks:13 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Some Things to Remember http://www.griffith.......opics.html
Grammatically, one of the most misunderstood Japanese words by basic learners may be 「すき」. 「すき」is believed to be an equivalent verb of the English "to like".
Added:21 Sep 2007 Clicks:8 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Speed Anki http://www.speedanki.com/
Speedanki is a free online flashcard system for memorizing all the kanji compounds necessary to pass all levels of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. Learn Japanese, read manga in the original language, watch undubbed anime!
Added:9 Apr 2009 Clicks:6 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Thousands of Phrases http://home.soka.ac.jp/~hkaneko/etxt/
Thousands of phrases, but most have no translated meanings.
Added:14 Apr 2006 Clicks:4 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
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