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!
Which do you use to refer air temperature, Celsius or Fahrenheit? If you're used to use degrees Fahrenheit, you may need to learn Celsius before you visit Japan.Read Lesson Login Or Join Us To Read This Lesson!
Are you tired of kanji by now or are you really into them? Even if you're not a big fan, you can't deny how convenient they are. Let's master some more kanji!
Have you ever visited your parent's workplace? If not, you should think about it. You may find a different aspect of your Mom or Dad!Read Lesson Login Or Join Us To Read This Lesson!
おに (devil) can be used in a funny way in Japanese. What are you a "devil" for?
You might be feeling that learning a foreign language is just endless. Which is true! But you can be sure that you are making progress every time you finish one lesson!
Wow! We've just NOTICED that we're finishing the lessons for the JLPT N4 now! Be aware of the exam and keep going!Read Lesson Login Or Join Us To Read This Lesson!
Sometimes you're not in the mood for studying. Do you usually wait until you get motivated? That's wrong! Just begin studying now, and your motivation will follow you!
Some people say that dreams come true if you wish. But "impossible is impossible"! Sometimes, we need to accept the reality.Read Lesson Login Or Join Us To Read This Lesson!
Everyone has their limitations. So it's ok to leave something to your friend to do sometimes! But you can never leave the task of studying to someone else.
Friends are priceless. It would make your life happier if you have a friend who you can count on "no matter when" and "no matter where," isn't it?Read Lesson Login Or Join Us To Read This Lesson!
You already know how to express your own desires. Now you should know how to describe what someone else desires!
We've mastered several useful verbs such as "まつ (to wait)" and "とおる (to pass)." It's always good to know how to write the useful words in kanji!Read Lesson Login Or Join Us To Read This Lesson!