Category Archives: Beginning Lessons
Beginning Vocabulary: Verbs is the fourth big vocab page for the Beginning Lessons. Next up: Talking About Hobbies Talking About Languages and Countries Particles for Location and Direction: De, Ni, E
Now out: the second introductory lesson on verbs, Masu Form and its Conjugations. The next few lessons will focus on usage.
This is another long one – Japanese Verbs and Conjugation sets the stage for Part 2 of the Beginning Lessons. This section of the site will be my focus for the next couple months.
I'm doing some moderate editing of the Beginning Lessons written so far. There are also a couple places I'd like to make some additions and rearrange things to make them a bit more logical. New lessons will resume afterwards. Edit: … Continue reading
Talking About School Subjects is the first lesson in the “Talking About…” series of the Beginning Lessons. This particular topic is great for practicing with adjectives, comparatives, and conjunctions. The formatting of the example sentences in this one is a … Continue reading
This is a big one. Conjunctions and Compound Sentences covers multiple easy, but important sentence structures.
I added a quick lesson on Classroom Expressions. There are a couple changes I still need to make to the Expressions section of the Beginning Lessons (both additions and organization), but what’s there is good for now.
The next lesson in the adjectives section, Making Comparisons, is now available.
Politeness and Formality in Japanese has received some edits for clarity. From there I’ll be working on finishing Part 1 of the Beginning Lessons, soon to be followed by Katakana and Part 2.