Our intermediate classroom covers all the grammar and vocab you need to pass the JLPT N4! Our fun, manga-style lessons will make learning fun while teaching grammar in contextual conversation. Double bonus!
We're mastering another important conjugation of verbs. Oh, don't take it so seriously! Studying should never torture you! Let's do it!
Do you think you are a strong-willed person? Are you hoping to be? You can't have a strong will if you don't have any goals. Let's start coming up with your goals by learning this expression!Read Lesson
The best way to master a new conjugation of verbs is to use it as often as possible. Open your planner, and start to write down your plans "in Japanese" now!
弱肉強食 -- "The Law of the Jungle". Yeah, we end up experiencing this sometimes. One of the things that makes you stronger in this harsh world is 勉強! Don't stop, and keep studying!Read Lesson
Don't you feel good about being able to write some often used words in kanji? 勉強 is definitely one of them. Let's study 勉強 and some other kanji in this drill!
We, human beings, are forget things easily! When we're very sick, we promise to take good care of ourselves. But once we get back to normal, we just forget it -- like John in this lesson! The cold season is coming. It might be a good idea to reconsider your health now.Read Lesson
No, this title is not correct! The original saying is "man is a thinking reed." But sometimes people seem to forget things too easily, don't they?
We've mastered another important conjugation of verbs: the volitional form. The best way to master a new conjugation is to use it again and again. Let's use them! どんどんつかおう！
You may already know the expression がんばって, which you use to encourage someone. This is not the only way to wish someone good luck. Let's master another expression to wish good luck to your friends and yourself!Read Lesson
Do you tend to prepare for things beforehand or wait until the last minute? Either way, it's good to master this drill just in case! Are you ready?
We already know how to retell what we've heard by using the expression ～そうです, right? But when you have a lot of hearsay information, ～そうです might be too tedious! Master a shorter version so that you can efficiently manage the information!Read Lesson
Why don't you take a look at a mirror when you are totally upset about something? You may find you are おにみたい! Take a deep breath, and smile!