Beginner

Let's dive into more interesting grammar and vocabulary to get you started speaking Japanese with others. We'll introduce simple sentence patterns and enough kanji for you to read simple Japanese text.


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Remembering The Past

Failing to remember the past tense will doom you to repeat it!

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Long Legs And Low Spines

The particle が makes a return, and with the help of some adjectives, we learn how to describe people.

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Tall Or Short

Practice the pattern to describe tall people, short people, and people with really long legs.

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From Here To There

Here, there, everywhere! Two new particles in this lesson help us go from and to places.

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And Back Again

It's important to know where you are coming from, and where you are going to, using the particles から and まで.

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From Now Til Then

Let's take a further look at から and まで, and apply the two particles to additional situations involving time.

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And Once Again

It's time for more practice with the particles から and まで!

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To Be...Or To Be

There are two verbs for existence: いる, for animate things (people, animals, etc.) and inanimate objects (desks, tables, etc.).

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It's Alive!

Animate, or inanimate? No, you won't be practicing with Frankenstein. Just the two verbs for "to be"!

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Location, Location, Location

When we want to describe a location when using the verbs いる and ある, we use the particle に.

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Look Out, It's Behind You!

Practice all of the new positional vocabulary in patterns with いる and ある.

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All A Particle Of The Plan

Let's review the usages of に and で that we've learned, as well as look at how we can use を with verbs of motion.

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