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Learn Japanese language goodness every day, 365 days a year with Manga Sensei. Manga Sensei breaks down complicated Japanese grammar and simplifies it so that anyone can understand it in 5 min or less every Monday through Friday. Join us and learn the world’s best language. On the weekend we also get to interview master Japanese speakers, teachers, language hackers, Japanese businessmen, and translators to give you the tips and tricks that everyone, from the first day Japanese learner to the ...
 
The Language Mastery Show brings you interviews with the world's best language learners. Get an inside look at how polyglots, linguists, and language lovers master languages more quickly, and learn the habits, methods, and mindsets you need to succeed in your own language learning adventures. Each guest shares proven strategies for reaching fluency, overcoming fear, speaking with confidence, and having more fun along the way. I'm your host, John Fotheringham, a linguist, teacher, and the aut ...
 
Improve your Japanese in just 5 minutes every day! The Manga Sensei Podcast breaks down difficult to understand grammar point for Japanese learners of all levels. Plus listen in every weekend as John-Sensei interviews people from all walks of life who use Japanese every day.
 
Bringing news in J-Rock, J-pop, and K-pop along with some awesome music, to cater to all you fangirls, and fanboys, out there! Also, learn Japanese and Korean with the Japanese and the Korean words of the day! Also, for all the otakus out there, be sure to check in for the latest anime and manga news. Along with reviews on the most recent releases in asian music.
 
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Trial reading (click 試し読みする to read)⬇︎ https://kc.kodansha.co.jp/product?item=0000043957 script & word list⬇︎ https://www.learn-japanese-with-manga.com/post/%E6%BC%AB%E7%94%BB%E3%80%8E%E3%81%B0%E3%82%8B%E3%81%BC%E3%82%89%E3%80%8F%E3%83%AC%E3%83%93%E3%83%A5%E3%83%BC-%E6%89%8B%E5%A1%9A%E6%B2%BB%E8%99%AB-osamu-tezuka ▼Support me on Patreon https://www…
 
Jake Gill (高健) is a Chinese educator, former "Teaching Chinese as a Second Language" graduate student, and the CEO of Skritter, an innovative language learning app that helps Japanese and Chinese learners master characters through active production (i.e. writing on the screen) instead of passive recognition. In the interview, we talk about how and …
 
Do you live and breath languages? Do you want to make a good living using and refining your language skills every day? Then professional translation might be just the ticket. In today's episode, I chat with my friend Sam, who is a professional Japanese translator and one of the best non-native Japanese speakers I know. We talk about how he learned …
 
John Sensei introduces us to the next set of Japanese that he will be teaching. He provides clarification on the goals and subject matter that will be covered. John Sensei also provides more tips on how to help learn a new language effectively and helps sort out which vocabulary words are helpful and which are not.…
 
If you have a burning desire to learn Mandarin Chinese but feel overwhelmed at the very thought, then today’s podcast is a must-listen episode for you. Yes, to the uninitiated, Chinese characters look like a random pile of squiggly lines. True, the wrong tones could lead to you inadvertently calling someone's mother a horse! But don't let this scar…
 
Today, John Sensei wants to review some concepts and conjugation of Japanese. This episode is a perfect opportunity for you to review some of what we have learned so far in the 30-day challenge as well as give you some time to listen back to previous episodes or catch up on episodes you may have missed.…
 
In today's episode we cover adverbs in Japanese. The sentance structure in Japanese is much different than English. John Sensei in an earlier episode compared the placement of nouns, verbs, adverbs, etc. to the way Yoda speaks. John Sensei teaches us about some adverbs and simple sentences to practice our adverb placement.…
 
Today we learn more about Japanese adjectives and their conjugations. John Sensei reviews what we have learned so far and goes deeper into conjugation. Depending on the context and desired politeness, Japanese words will change and it is important to know how to do it properly so you won't offend anyone unintentionally.…
 
In the second lesson about adjectives, John Sensei teaches us how to conjugate adjectives. As we have talked about before, Japanese is a very contexual language and the way you say things changes based on context. John Sensei also teaches us about commonly mixed up adjectives that sound similar in Japanese, such as cute and scary.…
 
The Japanese particle, no is very versatile and has many uses. John Sensei teaches us how to use it properly and also how useful it can be. No can be used to describe possession, similar to the 's in English. It can also be used to link two related nouns together and also to tell location.By LaunchPod Media
 
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