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!
Your living environment really matters! It would be great if you were happy about where you are, but that's not always the case. You can identify yourself as a city person or a country person using these kanji!?
You can never put your words back into your mouth once they're out! Think twice before you say something, especially when you're talking to somebody special! If not, you might experience a drama like Kenichi!Read Lesson
Uh oh! Sometimes a girl can be so dramatic! Let's find out what happened to Amanda and Kenichi this time!
We've learned how to express our regrets. Life is full of regrets, but you can be sure that you will never regret about studying!
In this lesson, you'll be learning "the imperative form." You may not use this form unless you have a dog which understands Japanese (!) But it's good to know because you may hear this form in your favorite anime or drama.Read Lesson
We don't need to use the "imperative forms," but we do need to understand them. We may hear them in an emergency, such as a bank robbery!
You already know how to ask somebody NOT to do something by using the expression ～ないでください or its short form ～ないで. But imagine that your kid is running into a busy street!! In that case, you may need to know shorter and more effective way of commanding!Read Lesson
When you hear a negative imperative form, you'd better obey the person because he/she really means that!
Everybody must have had this experience -- in an exam, you can't recall a word that you have learned. That's frustrating, isn't it?! You may say, "I am supposed to know the word!" How would you express this "be supposed to" in Japanese? You are supposed to know that! Let's get started on this lesson now.Read Lesson
You often suppose something to be the case. Your expectations are not always met, but it's good to know how to express them in Japanese!
Vegetables are good for your health. That's what everybody knows. It's easy to say, but it's not easy to love and eat enough veggies. To become a veggie lover, you may want to start to love these kanji!Read Lesson
Let's learn how to "produce" and "sell" "vegetables" in Japanese! That helps your brain grow!