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#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


#22: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 10’s - 100’s

10/17/2017
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Learn how to count all the way to a thousand in Japanese. This class will show you how if you can count from 0 - 10, you can also count to a thousand! Trust me you will be amazed at how simple this can be. Topics Covered… Counting in groups of 10’s with the term: Jū (jooo) Counting in groups of 100’s with the term: Hyaku (hyah-koo) Why the numbers 3, 6 and 8 are unique in other values of counting and how to memorize this.

Duration: 00:13:36


#21: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 0-10 (Review)

10/10/2017
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Practice and review all of the terms from the previous class "Counting from 0 - 10 In Japanese." All of the information from that class has been condensed into this track to refresh your memory and provide you a method to get fast and efficient practice. Terms Covered… 0 - Zero (zeh-roh) 1 - Ichi (ee-chee) 2 - Ni (nee) 3 - San (sahn) 4 - Yon (yohn) or Shi (shee) 5 - Go (goh) 6 - Roku (roh-koo) 7 - Nana (nah-nah) or Shichi (shee-chee) 8 - Hachi (hah-chee) 9 - Kyū (kyooo) or Ku...

Duration: 00:07:29


#20: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - 0 - 10

10/3/2017
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Learn how to count from 0 - 10 in Japanese. This class exposes you to all the information you need to build the foundation to speak any number you wish in Japanese. Terms Covered… 0 - Zero (zeh-roh) 1 - Ichi (ee-chee) 2 - Ni (nee) 3 - San (sahn) 4 - Yon (yohn) or Shi (shee) 5 - Go (goh) 6 - Roku (roh-koo) 7 - Nana (nah-nah) or Shichi (shee-chee) 8 - Hachi (hah-chee) 9 - Kyū (kyooo) or Ku (koo) 10 - Jū (jooo)

Duration: 00:08:48


#19: Numbers & Counting In Japanese - (Course Introduction)

9/26/2017
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Learning how to count and understand numbers in any language is extremely important. Anytime you need to tell the time, count, make reservations, and take measurements and so on, you will need to have this basic knowledge. Its almost impossible to go through a day without using any numbers at all. Within this course you will master how to count in Japanese. This course eases you into first counting from 0 - 10. Then expands beyond this step by step until you are counting all the way up...

Duration: 00:01:31


#18: 10 Ways To NOT Speak Japanese (Casual Chat)

9/21/2017
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Although we always wish to learn more on how to speak Japanese, its also important to understand how NOT to speak the language as well. In this episode you will hear examples of some improper uses of specific Japanese phrases. To top it all off you will hear examples of a few bad words . . . Don't worry they are not terrible words! This episodes random word is: Mukatsuku - to be irritated.

Duration: 00:38:25


#17: 10 Common Japanese Phrases (Casual Chat)

9/13/2017
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In this Episode, sit down with Kyle & Chisa as they casually discuss 10 common phrases in the Japanese language. These terms and phrases you will hear very often while listening to the Japanese language... So its best to get familiar with them as soon as possible! Terms Covered Yatta! (yaht-tah!) - I did it! Hontō? (hohn-tohh?) - Really? Sasuga! (sah-soo-gah!) - I'm impressed by you, as usual! Mochiron! (moh-chee-rohn!) - Of course! Ā, Yokatta. (ahh, yoh-kaht-tah) - Oh,...

Duration: 00:46:50


#16: Excuse Me, Where Is The Bus Stop? (Film Breakdown)

9/5/2017
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Learn how to ask for directions in Japanese with this word for word breakdown of the short film on the Jappon Youtube Channel. This short film was created to give you an entertaining film to see practical uses of the Japanese language in a real world scenario. Terms covered in this film and breakdown... Excuse me, where is the bus stop?: Sumimasen, Basu-Tei Wa Doko Desu Ka? The Bus stop is over there. Just a 2 minute walk: Basu-Tei Wa, Asoko Des. Aruitay Ni Pun des Oh Really?: Soh,...

Duration: 00:25:42


#15: Numbers & Counting In Japanese (Casual Chat)

8/29/2017
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In this Episode Kyle and Chisa casually discuss numbers and counting in the Japanese language. A few concepts we get into listed below. For more information on Numbers & Counting in Japanese please check out the Numbers & Counting course on the Jappon Podcast. Thanks for listening and please Subscribe, Review or Comment if you are enjoying and finding this podcast helpful. This Episodes Random Word Is, Benkyō: Study.

Duration: 00:38:45

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