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#55: Sound Effects In The Japanese Language

11/16/2018
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In the Japanese language sound effects are commonly used in regular conversation.... Get more familiar with this concept from examples and learn some commonly expressed sounds used in regular Japanese communication.

Duration:00:23:57

#55: Particles Overview, Textbook vs Non Textbook Explanations

9/24/2018
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Remove the confusion of the Japanese particles with this fun introduction. Hear textbook examples of each particle along with some insight from a local Japanese native speaker. Wa (Main Object Marker) Ni (Location To Go) Wo (Object Affected By Sentence Verb, Action) De (Location Of Action)

Duration:00:16:21

#54: Japanese Counters - Tsu Counter

9/17/2018
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Master using the Japanese Tsu Counter. Used for counting various inanimate objects. *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds the number 10. Use the KO (koh) Counter after saying the number that you wish to express. For example, 11 - ju-ichi-ko.

Duration:00:06:53

#53: Japanese Counters - Nin Counter

9/10/2018
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Master using the Japanese Nin Counter. Used for counting people. *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds the number 10. Use the KO (koh) Counter after saying the number that you wish to express. For example, 11 - ju-ichi-ko.

Duration:00:05:02

#52: Japanese Counters - Mai Counter

9/3/2018
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Master using the Japanese Mai Counter. Used for counting flat items. *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds the number 10. Use the KO (koh) Counter after saying the number that you wish to express. For example, 11 - ju-ichi-ko.

Duration:00:04:38

#51: Japanese Counters - Hon Counter

8/27/2018
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Master using the Japanese Hon Counter. Used for counting cylindrical items. *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds the number 10. Use the KO (koh) Counter after saying the number that you wish to express. For example, 11 - ju-ichi-ko.

Duration:00:06:39

#50: Japanese Counters - Hiki Counter

8/20/2018
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Master using the Japanese Hiki Counter. Used for counting animals (small or medium sized). *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds the number 10. Use the KO (koh) Counter after saying the number that you wish to express. For example, 11 - ju-ichi-ko.

Duration:00:06:08

#49: Japanese Counters - Dai Counter

8/13/2018
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Master using the Japanese Dai Counter. Used for counting mechanical items. *Bonus Tip If your count exceeds the number 10. Use the KO (koh) Counter after saying the number that you wish to express. For example, 11 - ju-ichi-ko.

Duration:00:04:53

#48: Japanese Counters Course (Introduction)

8/6/2018
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In Japanese the art of counting can get quite complex. Did you know there are more than 6 different ways to express numbers depending on what type of object you are counting!? Yup its quite overwhelming. This course is here to save the day! Learn to count like a Ninja and master each of the Japanese counters within this course. Are you ready? THE SIX DIFFERENT COUNTERS IN JAPANESE

Duration:00:06:06

#47: Useful Everyday Phrases In Japanese

7/16/2018
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Upgrade your daily Japanese communication skills by learning these basic daily phrases. Trust me you will be happy you did! Basic Phrases. Word of the Episode. Mugicha (moo-gee-chah) Japanese Barley Tea.

Duration:00:16:18

#46: Expressing How You Feel In Japanese

6/29/2018
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Feeling happy, sad, sick or well any other basic feeling? Want to express this to others in Japanese? If so this episode is for you! Learn the basics of expressing how you feel within this episode! Examples Word of the Episode. Umi (ooh-mee) Ocean Mizūmi (mee-zoo-mee) Lake

Duration:00:32:09

#45: Useful Daily Japanese Phrases

6/18/2018
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In this episode I will share some common useful Japanese phrases that will help you through various situation in Daily life. Examples Where is the (OBJECT) - (OBJECT) wa Doko Desu ka?How Much Does This Cost? Kore Wa Ikura Desu ka?What Is This? Kore Wa Nan Desu ka?Do You Need Help? Tetsudai Mashou ka?Are You OK? Dijobe Desu ka?What Are Your Plans Today? Kyo Wa Nani Wo Shimasu ka?Phrase To Always Say Before You Eat! itadakimasuPhrase To Always Say After You Eat! Gochisosama Deshita Word of...

Duration:00:33:01

#44: Travel Tips, Japanese Culture

6/4/2018
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In this episode I will share some useful tips that I have learned from my first two weeks living in Tokyo. Everything from communication techniques, driving, eating and one especially important tip you NEED to know before traveling to Japan to save some headache... Enjoy! Word of the Episode. Gomi (goh-mee) Meaning Garbage.

Duration:00:36:05

#43: Human Body In Japanese

5/23/2018
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Learn the vocabulary for all the common body parts in Japanese! Body Parts Random Phrase of the Episode... Abunai: Dangerous

Duration:00:19:13

#42: All The Colours in Japanese!

4/30/2018
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Learn how to say all the main colours in Japanese. Once we discuss all the colours and how to say them, we will use them in a phrase for practice. Colours Using colours in a phrase example... Aka No Wah Arimasu ka? - Do You Have a Red One? (Colour) No Wah Arimasu ka? - Do You Have a (Colour) One? Random Phrase of the Episode... Fugu: Blowfish (Dangerous or Delicious?)

Duration:00:12:20

#41: Commenting On Experiences In Japanese

4/9/2018
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Learn how to describe how your experience was in Japanese by commenting on how it made you feel or how it was. This episode of the Jappon podcast will give you a list of common and useful ways to describe how a particular experience was in Japanese. Episode Phrases. Random Word Of The Episode Eiga: Movie

Duration:00:12:10

#40: Vocabulary Power-up (Months, Days Of Week)

3/19/2018
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You cannot practice the Japanese Language without having a solid base of Vocabulary to work with! This episode gives you the chance to acquire the vocabulary of all the months of the year in Japanese and how to say all the days of the week. I will also reveal a special trick how to master all the months of the year incredibly easily. Months Days Of The Week Random Word Of The Episode Tamago : Egg

Duration:00:11:09

#39: Particle Practice - W(O), De, Ni

3/12/2018
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Particles can be a daunting subject! This episode will expose you to the concept of particles while giving you basic examples using 3 different particles to ease you into this large and crucial piece of the Japanese language! Particles Covered In This Episode: Particle #1 - W(O) Pronounced as "Oh" This particle is used to describe which object is directly affected by the action or event within the sentence. Example Sentence. I Drink Coffee: Kōhī (WO) Nomimasu. Formula to follow :...

Duration:00:21:33

#38: Quest For Mastery (EP1: Moving To Japan)

2/26/2018
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Ever wonder what its like to just drop everything and move to Japan without being fluent in the language, or understanding the culture? Join me as I do just this...! Learn from my mistakes, my insights and come along with me as I discover this amazing country and master the language, the culture and so much more that Japan has to offer! Get ready for an adventure! It starts now.

Duration:00:09:33

#37: Friends & Family Introductions

2/12/2018
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Learn how to introduce relatives & friends to others in Japanese. This episode will share the Japanese terms for family members and friends while also giving you the proper grammar to make full introductions. *** Introduction Grammar Formula *** (X - NAME) No (Y - NAME) Des. X-NAME = person the relative of friend belongs to. Y-NAME = person you are introducing Example: Kyle No Okāsan des: Kyle's Mother *** Lesson Vocabulary *** Mother: Okāsan. Yours: Haha. Father:...

Duration:00:29:18