Our intermediate lessons cover even more Japanese grammar rules. You will be more comfortable using Japanese in regular conversation. At the end, you will know more than 800 Japanese words and will know over 200 Kanji!
When something breaks, there are two possibilities: somebody broke it or it broke by itself (e.g., it got too old). You'd like to be able to express this difference, wouldn't you? If so, let's get this lesson started!Read Lesson
We've learned some transitive-intransitive pairs of verbs in the lesson. You should never separate them! Let's master them in pairs!
Just like in the previous lesson, you'll be learning some "transitive-intransitive pairs" in this lesson. The verbs in the pairs look very similar, but you must choose the correct one.Read Lesson
The concept of transitive-intransitive verbs shouldn't be so confusing. But mastering them is a different story, isn't it? Memorizing them in phrases might help!
Here is a translation of a famous phrase by the Japanese author Kenji Miyazawa. "Strong in the rain, strong in the wind." Yes! We need to overcome hardships in our life! Why don't you overcome this lesson first?Read Lesson
Sometimes in our life, we have to accomplish some tasks EVEN IF it should rain pitchforks, don't we? This drill is one of them! Let's get it started!
So true! In Japanese, the title can be translated as 急がばまわれ(いそがば まわれ). No short cuts! You need to take steady steps especially when you're in a hurry.Read Lesson
Don't waste your time! "The early bird catches the worm." -- so true! Why don't you catch these kanji first?
Having a solid financial plan is crucial for your life. Let's see what Kenichi thinks about his financial status. Hmm....there is still a lot for him to learn.Read Lesson
You could say "tomorrow is another day" when you feel down. But you should never say that in terms of your money! Hopefully, Kenichi will learn something from Amanda.
Studying every day can be hard sometimes. Why don't you make it a rule to log in Nihongo Master at least once a day? No pressure, just for fun!
No, this title is not right. Everybody has some weak points. Be honest, and talk about your strengths and weakness "in Japanese"!Read Lesson