Monthly Archives: August 2011
Suki and Kirai: Likes and Dislikes gives an in depth coverage of two particular adjectives, suki and kirai, which take the place of the verbs “to like” and “to dislike” in English. This lesson is part of the adjectives section … Continue reading
Colors in Japanese is the second of two adjective vocab lessons (the other is Beginning Vocabulary: Adjectives). With that, we’ll be moving into more complex uses of adjectives in the next couple lessons.
Alright, now that we’re back in business, here’s what’s coming up. First, the remainder of the adjectives portion of the beginning lessons: Colors Likes and Dislikes Comparisons: “Yori” and “Hodo” Conjunctions and Compound Sentences Talking About School Subjects There are … Continue reading
I realize this last week or so has been a bit slow – there’s been a bit going on and I haven’t been able to write as much as I’d like. I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to … Continue reading
Japanese Words for Food covers common food items in western and Japanese cuisine, including ingredients, dishes, drinks, and snacks. The next couple vocab lists will be countries, colors, and school subjects.
Beginning Vocabulary: Adjectives is a list of useful adjectives for beginners, organized by topic, with notes on usage. Several more specific adjective vocab pages coming up: Colors Likes and Dislikes Comparisons
Japanese Adjectives is the next big grammar lesson in the Beginning Lessons, and will be follow by several lessons focusing on using adjectives. Upcoming Lessons: Suki and Kirai: Likes and Dislikes Colors in Japanese Food Items in Japanese Conjunctions and … Continue reading
Next in the early beginning lessons revisions, The Structure of a Japanese Sentence has finally received some editing. No major changes this time, just a few things fixed here and there. “Politeness and Formality” and “Pitch Accent and Vowel Devoicing” … Continue reading