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 believe in "fate"? Even if you do, it's probably good not to abandon yourself to it. Your future totally depends on your will!
Are you getting tired of your busy urban life? Do you want to take a break? Then let's talk about mother nature "in kanji"!Read Lesson
Let's think about the word 映画 (えいが-- movie). 映 means "to project" and 画 means "picture." "Project pictures" = 映画 (movie). Kanji are so neat, aren't they?
Would you give priority to your studies or to your leisure time? Sometimes it's hard to set your "things-to-do" priorities. Let's see what Amanda's top priority is.Read Lesson
If you love to go to parties, you might be called a "party animal." So we might want to call Amanda a "matsuri animal"!
Are you going to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test in the near future? Good news for you! Our lessons almost have covered the level N4! Keep going, and you'll be ready for the test soon!
Sometimes we need to request or ask somebody to do a certain thing. You may want to describe your detailed request. Here's the expression for that!Read Lesson
Try not to get overloaded! There should always be somebody who's ready to help you.
What is your hometown famous for? Or, you may find some local specialty of a city where you visit. Let's talk about the specialties in Japanese!Read Lesson
The new expression ～だらけ is used to describe "to be full of something." Being full of new expressions is great, isn't it?
There is nothing wrong about arguing! You shouldn't give in so easily. Let's master how to describe that you're 100% sure about your opinion!Read Lesson
Needless to say, every person is different. So it will be good to know the expression "～にとって (for somebody ....)" to express all of the differences.