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because of this article, I opened my twitter account again and followed them immediately.

nipponfanatic:

Let me preface this as saying I’m not “tweeter.” I do however enjoy following the various things I enjoy and getting updated on them through Twitter. So why not learn more about Japanese culture and language through it? I’m going to list some good Japanese tweeters to follow.

Japanese Sentences: Learn Japanese on Twitter

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thatjapanaddict:

Today would normally be a post on grammar, but it seems I’ve gotten carried away with studying vocabulary. This time around I’ll cover 20 words instead of covering grammar. My next post will be looking at grammar. So…

Here is the list for 25-September-2011

01. 昨日(きのう)

That Japan Addict: That Japan Addict – Vocabulary List (JLPT N5) 25-09-2011

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thatjapanaddict:

Today, I’m back with more JLPT N5 vocabulary. Continuing with the trend, I’ll be covering 20 words with accompanying examples. Also, today marks 200 words covered so far which I think is pretty cool.

Here is the list for 23-September-2011

01. 借りる(かりる) [-verb] -> To borrow, To have…

That Japan Addict: That Japan Addict – Vocabulary List (JLPT N5) 23-09-2011

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thatjapanaddict:

This post is later than usual. I’m back with more JLPT N5 vocabulary, picking up where I left off from the last time. Some examples from jisho.org.

Here is the list for 13-September-2011 

01. 大きな(おおきな) [な-adjective, noun] -> Big, Large, Great

  • 大きな輪(わ)を描こうよ -> “Let’s make a big circle.

That Japan Addict: That Japan Addict – Vocabulary List (JLPT N5) 13-09-2011

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thatjapanaddict:

This time around, I’ll be looking at the conditional. With this type of conditional, we can express a regular “if” without any assumptions or embedded meanings. This conditional cannot be used with nouns or -adjectives. Other than that, I have found it to be quite…

Japanese Sentences: That Japan Addict – Language Lesson 03 09-09-2011 – ば Conditional

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WOW ICHIGO MEANS STRAWBERRY?

I LOVE IT…

becoolexpress:

ので indicates a reason which. A reason, naturally must come before a result. For example:

いちごが好きなので、よく食べます。 (ichigo ga suki na no de, yoku tabemasu) – I like strawberries so, I eat them often.

来週から学校がまるので、今週はよくべんきょうします。 (raishuu kara gakkou ga hajimaru no de, konshuu yoku…

Japanese Sentences: Grammar. Plain verb + ので (adjectives).