The Japanese Language is generally viewed as a difficult language to learn. These tips on memorizing Japanese words will help you start speaking sooner.
A guide on how to say "Me/I" in Japanese, going through all the standard and universally accepted ways.
The Japanese writing system is not as difficult as people imagine, it's just that there are a lot of characters to learn to you want to read every day text. If you can read 750-1,000 characters then you may be fine.
There are actually a number of ways Happy Birthday can be said in Japanese. The easiest way would be to use the Japanese phonetic alphabet which is called Katakana
A guide on what phrases constitute "swear words" in Japanese, and when and how to use them.
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A continuation of Hub about Japanese insults, and when and how to use them.
The vital need-to-know Japanese kanji for GCSE Japanese. The first of two hubs, containing 100 hubs first and then the second 100 in the next.
A step by step guide on how to make an appointment over the phone in Japanese.
If you want to find an easy way to remember just about anything, whether it's your shopping list or the names of all those people you were just introduced to, then a great way to go about it is to get into the habit of...
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