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!
Do you feel excited when you face a new challenge? Anything can be tough when you try it for the first time. Remember, any expert was a beginner before!Read Lesson
You must have met a person at some point who talks for unnecessarily long stretches. You may want to sum up his/her comments by using the new expression, つまり. But don't do this with your boss!
Let's learn some kanji that express "actions"! After this lesson, you will be able to write about many of your activities in kanji!Read Lesson
One good way to master a new language is to write a diary in that language. Now, you can write your "activities" with kanji! How about starting to keep a Japanese diary today?
Do you like cooking? It looks like John has been into Asian cuisine, now. For John, cooking is as fun as eating. -- But not for Sakura...Read Lesson
It's people helping each other that makes the world go round. But in the case of Sakura, her give and take is not well balanced.
Spring has come and the flowers are blooming. You've studied Japanese pretty hard with us. Your efforts will bloom and bear fruit soon! Keep going!
You might have been asked why you're studying Japanese. There are all sorts of good reasons. After this lesson, you'll be able to describe your reason, or purpose, for studying Japanese! Cool, isn't it?Read Lesson
You can't keep studying without a sense of purpose! Let's find a goal for your studying and keep going!
In this lesson, you'll be mastering how to use the word わけ. You'll be surprised at how many ways this short word can be used!Read Lesson
It would be good if everything about languages is reasonable! When you study a foreign language, you may find some unreasonable expressions. We may need to learn to enjoy the irrationality of languages!
You might have had some trouble learning Japanese particles. You might wonder, are they that important? -- Yes, actually! You'll see how they can affect the whole sentence in this lesson!Read Lesson