Introductory

Ready to learn the basics of Japanese? We'll teach you the first two writing systems, Hiragana and Katakana. We'll also introduce some simple vocabulary and your very first sentence grammar!


Lesson

Nice to meet you!

Let's learn how to introduce ourselves in Japanese when we meet someone new. First impressions are always important!

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When Meeting For the First Time

Master the conversation from the lesson "Nice to Meet You."

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Eek! い Adjectives

Don't be scared! い adjectives are not scary at all. We learn how to describe things with the pattern ~は~です.

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Run Away! The い Adjectives Are Here!

Practice the words and structures from the lesson "Eek! い Adjectives." They're scary! Really!

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Thanks!

Learn how to say "thank you" and "you're welcome."

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Thanks for the Drills!

Practice how to say "thank you" and "you're welcome."

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Feeling Energetic with な Adjectives

So what is important about な adjectives? な, of course! When a な adjective comes before a noun, な must be added to the end of the adjective.

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Time to Feel げんき

Practice the words and structures you learned in Feeling Energetic with な Adjectives.

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Sorry! Excuse Me. Ouch! Watch Out!

We learn two ways to say sorry: すみません for more "excuse me" moments and ごめんなさい for more personal "my bad" moments. Also learn how to say "watch out" and "ouch"!

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Say Sorry Like You Mean It

Practice the expressions from the lesson Sorry! Excuse Me. Ouch! Watch Out!

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Asking Questions

Asking questions in Japanese can be as simple as adding the particle か to the end of the sentence!

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Some Questions with か

Practice the words and expressions you learned in the lesson Asking Questions.

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