Tagged: japanese

Hiragana Charts – Jamaipanese style ^_^

Three consecutive nights of fiddling around in Macromedia (or should I say Adobe) fireworks has produced the following hiragana charts, as you can see the column colours are taken from the Jamaican and Japanese flag and a Jamaipanese touch has been added ^_^. The katakana...

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3 useful sites for Japanese Learners

Yes I am staying true to my promise to start posting more about learning Japanese and use these posts to help in my own practice and understanding of the Japanese language. Before I started I thought I’d share 3 excellent online resources for persons who...

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My letter to all Japanese verbs – Part 1

Japanese verbs ooh how evil arth thou, you sound so cool prior to conjugation in your dictionary form, your masu form and progress tense form is not so much trouble either but it’s when the time comes for your multitude of other forms such as...

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Japanese Summer classes

Ah yes, its been so long since my last update on Japanese class, why is this so must be the question that pops into your mind after reading that. Lets just say I am pass the happy=go-lucky or easy stages of the language and its...

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Writing about my Easter Holiday – In Japanese

For the last three weeks I have been working on this, yes three weeks on half a paragraph. Japanese is hard!…but fun ^_^…when you eventually succeed at the problem you were facing while studying…you smile for a while and ponder on the future problems you...

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Japanese Class Revision and Practice – Important Places

I hope to start adding more posts related studying Japanese. I am behind sadly and I need to practice up and I am sure other people who visit my site might find information I post in these little revisions and practice posts useful. Important Places...

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Japanese emperor Akihito celebrates grandson’s birth

Japanese Emperor Akihito celebrated the September birth of his grandson, the imperial family’s first male heir in four decades, in a New Year’s poem issued to the public on Monday. Prince Hisahito’s Sept. 6, 2006, birth to Princess Kiko, the wife of the emperor’s second...

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I have failed….confirmation pending…

I knew I would deep down I knew it. I probably didn’t want to say it but I knew it. I deserve it though because this term has been a combination of being very busy and neglect of studying. I barely looked over anything all...

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Over one year of studying Japanese

This term marked many milestones in my short study of the Japanese language, and now since studying over a year, I take great pleasure in small things such a taking up a magazine written entirely in Japanese or viewing a website in Japanese and understanding...

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