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#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

#36: New Years In Japan

2/2/2018
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Whats bigger in Japan New Years or Christmas? The answer you will find within this special episode of the Jappon Podcast! And yes the answer may shock you :) Learn all about the traditions and what makes New years in Japan so special! You may not be able to resist visiting Japan for new years after hearing all about it! *** Special Phrase Of The Episode *** Happy New Years! Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu!

Duration:00:31:27

#35: Dangerous Similar Sounding Japanese Words

1/22/2018
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In the Japanese Language there are some words you will want to be mindful of pronouncing properly. This episode will save you from embarrassing yourself or others around you by teaching you the subtle differences between similar sounding dangerous terms in the Japanese language! ----- Similar Sounding Words ----- Scary / Cute Kowai: Scary. Kawaii: Cute. Bald / Beard Hage: Bald. Hige: Beard. Flower / Nose Hana. (Listen to Intonation Difference) Bridge / Chopsticks Hashi. (Listen...

Duration:00:26:50

#34: Locating Objects In Japanese

1/8/2018
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Learn how to describe in detail the location of any object you wish in Japanese! You will learn all the terms required along with the grammar structure to form descriptive sentences to communicate to others. ----- Positional Terms ----- Yoko: Beside. Soto: Out/Outside. Tonari: Next To. Ushiro: Back/Behind. Mae: Front. Chikaku: Near/Close. Shita: Under/Below. Naka: Inside. Ue: On/Above. ----- Objects ----- Hon: Book Kappu: Cup. Tsukue: Desk. ----- Example Sentence/Structure...

Duration:00:23:08

#33: Common Questions Using What In Japanese

1/1/2018
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Learn how to ask common simple questions using (WHAT) in Japanese. Examples/Reference: Nan Desuka: What? Onamae Wa Nan Desuka?: What is your name? Shigoto Wa Nan Desuka?: What is your occupation? Nansai Desuka?: How old are you? Denwa Bangoo Wa Nan Desuka?: What is your phone number? Word Of The Episode: Yabai: Slang for expressing unexpected emotion or rushed feeling.

Duration:00:14:03

#32: Christmas In Japan!

12/11/2017
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Ever wonder what Christmas in Japan is like? Do they eat the same foods? Share the same traditions? Sing the same carols? Decorate? Find out how Christmas is celebrated and what to expect if you end up spending the holidays in Japan. Also find out the significance of Fried Chicken on this special holiday….. Word of the episode Merī Kuri: Abbreviation For Merry Christmas.

Duration:00:25:26

#31: Japanese Pronouns, Beginner (Ko, So, A)

12/6/2017
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Get introduced to Japanese Pronouns, and even touch upon some Japanese Grammar! This episode will teach you how to say this, that & that (far) in Japanese, along with here, there, and over there. We will demonstrate example sentences with each term. Also teach the particles (Wah) and (NO) so you can form your own sentences! Terms Covered: Kore: This Sore: That Are: That (Far) Ko(no): This + NOUN So(no): That + NOUN A(no): That (Far) + NOUN Koko: Here Soko: There Asoko: Over...

Duration:00:25:59

#30: Intro To Telling Time In Japanese

11/27/2017
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Master the basics of telling time in Japanese. Including key phrases, grammar structure and even a few bonus terms. Don't miss this foundation building episode to master the clock! Terms Included in Episode This Episodes Random Phrase is... Ano, Sumimasen: Expressing you need help with something specific.

Duration:00:20:23

#29: Japan Travel Guide - Train Stations

11/20/2017
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Join your personal tour guides Kyle and Chisa as they lead you through your very first experience in a Japanese Train Station “EKI” (eh-kee). This episode covers everything you need to know and more, to confidently reach your destination. How To Get Your Tickets And Find The Ticket Station.The Best Way To Find Out How To Reach Your Destination.Understanding Common Train Announcements.Reading The Schedule.Asking For Help!An In Depth Look At The Train Station And How It Works.Tips From...

Duration:00:52:14

#28: Excuse Me, What Time Is It? (Film Breakdown)

11/13/2017
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Learn how to ask "What Time It is?" in Japanese with this detailed breakdown of the short film on the Jappon Youtube Channel. This short film was created to give you an entertaining way to see practical uses of the Japanese language in real world scenario's. Terms covered in this film and breakdown... Hello On The TelephoneWhere are you?Sorry or Excuse meI will be on my wayExcuse, me what time is it?I don’t understand English.Ahhh, its already 1-o-clock!Thank you.It’s no problem.Let's...

Duration:00:44:35

#27: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 100,000’s & Beyond (Review)

11/10/2017
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Practice and review all of the terms from the previous class "Counting In Japanese - 100,000’s & Beyond." All of the information from this class has been condensed into this track to refresh your memory and provide you a method to get fast and efficient practice.

Duration:00:07:33

#26: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 100,000’s & Beyond

11/6/2017
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Learn how to count your way from 100 thousand to 900 million in Japanese. This class will introduce you to the main “grouping” keywords required and all the correct combinations to successfully accomplish this. Topics Covered… Counting in groups of 100,000’s Counting in groups of Millions Counting in groups of Ten Millions Counting in groups of 100 Millions The Keyword Oku (oh-koo)

Duration:00:12:55

#25: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 1000’s - 10,000’s (Review)

11/3/2017
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Practice and review all of the terms from the previous class "Counting In Japanese - 1000’s - 10,000’s" All of the information from this class has been condensed into this track to refresh your memory and provide you a method to get fast and efficient practice.

Duration:00:06:07

#24: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 1000’s - 10,000’s

10/31/2017
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Learn how to count your way through all the 1000’s and 10,000’s in Japanese. This class will introduce you to the main “grouping” keywords and how you can use them to count your way up to 100,000!

Duration:00:08:21

#23: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 10’s - 100’s (Review)

10/24/2017
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Practice and review all of the terms from the previous class "Counting In Japanese - 10’s - 100’s" All of the information from this class has been condensed into this track to refresh your memory and provide you a method to get fast and efficient practice.

Duration:00:07:59

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