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1. Counting in Japanese: ICHI NI SAN
Counting in Japanese: ICHI NI SAN
In this lens, we will study numbers in Japanese. When I lived in Japan, one of the strategies I used to become fluent was to count to a certain number, and then count backwards. At first, it started with counting from one to ten, and once that was mastered, I went from one to one hundred and then...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:52:15
2. How to say "______________" in Japanese (Modern Colloquial Approach)
How to say "______________" in Japanese (Modern Colloquial Approach)
The list of Japanese words, phrases, sayings, and other useful expressions found below are current or colloquial enough so that when you put them to use in your Japanese conversations, you won't sound like a Japanese Grandpa. The list below is up to date and will keep you from sounding like you l...
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:44:16
3. 101 Useful Japanese Words and Phrases
101 Useful Japanese Words and Phrases
OK so here goes! The Following isn't just some humdrum useless list of never to be used vocabulary, this is 'The Motts'. These words should come in handy at some point in your acquisition of the Japanese language. While living in Japan, I kept a Journal of my doings. Along side of my nightly jour...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:51:58
4. Surveys for Money? 3 Survey Sites Worth Your Time!
Surveys for Money? 3 Survey Sites Worth Your Time!
#1. recommended http://surveysavvy.com/  #2. recommended http://www.esearch.com/#3. recommended - http://www.surveyspot.com/  3 Survey Companies That Keep Sending Me Checks! 3 online survey sites worth your time!Now dont get me wrong, In order to get paid by the survey sites I had to manually r...
Business & Work - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:34:15
5. Essential Japanese Words
Essential Japanese Words
The following words are included in this set of essential Japanese words due to their usefulness in conversation. If you plan on visiting Japan, or intend on staying in the Land of the Rising Sun, for any amount of time, you will soon see why these particular Japanese words are "essential".
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:44:38
6. Viral Inviter vs TrafficXplode 2.0 Review
Viral Inviter vs TrafficXplode 2.0 Review
If you have been around in the internet marketing world long enough you probably have heard of Mike Filsaime's Viral Friends Generator. What it does is basically bribe the visitors to tell their friends about the site. In the early days, the interface of the VFG is just a few simple text boxes wh...
Internet - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:42:13
7. Kotowaza - Japanese Proverb
Kotowaza - Japanese Proverb
Kotowaza are words of wisdom or ancient sayings that have many practical uses for the gaijin (foreigners) living in Japan. Most kotowaza are of ancient Chinese origin, but some have been derived from Japan's own history, other foreign countries or have been made from more modern expressions. Kot...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:40:59
8. How to Count in Japanese : Part Quatro - The Final Count Down!
How to Count in Japanese : Part Quatro - The Final Count Down!
Part Four: More Japanese Counters continued Japanese counting part 3 The Final Countdown - Part 4 - How to count in Japanese cont. This is the fourth lens in a series on Japanese Language learning skills. In this lens, we look at numbers, counting, and using numbers for real situations- time tel...
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:42:14
9. Shiroi Neko Shani no Monogatari - Japanese Translation Practice
Shiroi Neko Shani no Monogatari - Japanese Translation Practice
Test you Japanese skills by translating the story found below. After your first translation, come back here and study the following ways to form some simple phrases. Phrase Constructionsverb (base IV - BA) verb dake - If I had only verbedor verb (base IV -BA) verb hodo - To the extent that I verb...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:40:59
10. Wish Making in Japanese
Wish Making in Japanese
When you wish upon a star, do you get what you want? This lens will show you how to form Japanese expressions that indicate what you wish. Learn the grammar construction below to make your own wonderfully unique sentences and then test them out on all your Japanese friends. Ganbatte ne!
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:44:18
11. Learning Japanese Is Easier Than You Might Think
Learning Japanese Is Easier Than You Might Think
Why the learning of the Japanese language has been unfairly labeled as a difficult language, I'll never know. I feel that if you want to learn a language, you should reap the benefits of learning a language. I recommend for you to try the Japanese language. There are plenty of reasons why?, ... b...
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:42:14
12. Top 6 Rules for Roadies
Top 6 Rules for Roadies
Top 6 Rules for roadies to live by; Real time advice for the aspiring roadie. First allow me to explain to you what a roadie is and what a roadie is not. A roadie is a person who accompanies a band to the place where they will be performing music. The place and anything associated with where the ...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:51:59
13. Speed Sight Reading Music Part 1
Speed Sight Reading Music Part 1
   You've heard of Speed Reading for books, you've seen the blazing superhumans display their speed reading skills on the pages of the Guiness Book of World's Records, you even fancy yourself somewhat of a speed reader... well read on to find out how you can speed sight read music. Using these su...
Music - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:42:16
14. DIY Japanese - Japanese Grammar Plug and Play
DIY Japanese - Japanese Grammar Plug and Play
Japanese Language Mastery Toward Better Japanese.Japanese Grammar Plug and Play Lesson #115 - The bunpo of Intentions - Intend to verb In Japanese, it is easy to construct sentences that convey equivalent expressions of your intentions. To say that you intend on verb'ing, or intend to verb in Jap...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:51:58
15. Japanese Grammar Plug & Play Prepositions
Japanese Grammar  Plug & Play Prepositions
4 Ways to Negate Anything in Japanese - Ghetto grammar Lesson #104 : The many ways to say butin Japanese.  It is never a wise idea to refute the ideas of others. However, in the normal processes of direct communication; between two individuals or any number of language speakers  - or, groups ...
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:40:57
16. How to Thoroughly Enjoy Learning Japanese, Plus 10 Useful Grammar Principles to help you
How to Thoroughly Enjoy Learning Japanese,  Plus 10 Useful Grammar Principles to help you
If you are studying Japanese right now, and are desirous to improve your speaking ability, then this article is for you. In this article, I am going to share with you my Japanese learning method called, JPPGG or Japanese Plug and Play Ghetto Grammar. The benefit of using this system is that while...
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:35:32
17. Playing With Japanese Nouns - Japanese Plug and Play Ghetto Grammar 112
Playing With Japanese Nouns - Japanese Plug and Play Ghetto Grammar 112
In this plug and play we will be using nouns as opposed to our use of verbs as is usually done in JPPGG or the Japanese Plug and Play Ghetto Grammar. We will be working with two Japanese verbs when put together make for a good Japanese grammar. Chigau is the verb - to be different, and nai is "to...
Education - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:35:33
18. Have you ever... ?
Have you ever... ?
GhettoGrammar Lesson #100 - Have you ever ... verbed... (before)? The koto ga aru construction will be useful in many different situations where you may want to strike up conversation.Construction you will be able to ask questions like, "Have you ever been to Hokkaido", or "Have you ever "snow-bo...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:44:43
19. Life in a Condominium
Life in a Condominium
If I had ever spent even 1 week just to see how awful life can be to live in a condominium, It is possible that I may not have bought my place. But in particular my Condominium here in San Bernardino, CA. It is called the Edgehill Village, and there are plenty of good things that I could talk abo...
Home & Garden - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:35:32

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