Today we learned how to ask someone if they are okay in Japanese. We also learned the answer to this question in Japanese, I am okay. In this review, you will also learn the opposite response, I'm not okay.
Nowadays, we rarely write emails to friends because messaging applications like WhatsApp, LINE, and WeChat have prevailed. However, you should still know how to write emails in Japanese if you are aiming to move to Japan because email is still a common communication tool for commercial activities.
Today’s topic is how to write Japanese letters appropriately. This is going to apply to all of the three groups of letters in Japanese. By the way, in case you are wondering why the heck we have three different sets of letters and how they function differently in Japanese, you can go to this blog where I explained the difference of Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji.Alright, you hooligan. Enough with all-fun, no-work Japanese resources like manga, anime and internet browsing. Sure, they can help—but to learn Japanese fundamentals you’ll need a good old-fashioned textbook. Japanese textbooks teach you the language in its most correct form.Google's free service instantly translates words, phrases, and web pages between English and over 100 other languages.
How to write an email in Japanese. How to write an email in Japanese. If you’re working for a Japanese company, or in a company where Japanese is being used, you probably have to write emails in Japanese, hence the need to know how to write an email in Japanese. This is a chance for you to make use of your honorific arsenal.Read More
Rocket Languages - Love your language-learning journey. Can you describe yourself in Japanese?It’s useful to be able to talk about yourself when you’re getting to know new people, speaking to an official person or filling out a form.Read More
These are just some of the useful Japanese phrases collected so far. In future I will add more to this list when I find more useful Japanese phrases. Although it's impossible for you to become perfect Japanese speaker just by remembering these phrases, learning some useful phrases in Japanese will definitely help you in many situations.Read More
You’re qualified to write extensively on Abenomics now. After all, geographical closeness gives you knowledge on subjects such as politics and economics, since, like osmosis, proximity is all.Read More
Japanese isn't that difficult to pick up, although of course it is difficult to get good - very good - fluent at (just like any language). You should persevere and learn to understand, speak, read and write Japanese as far as possible, because otherwise it's a massive waste of a good opportunity, and of your time here; and because otherwise you'll become a tiresome cliche of that foreigner.Read More
Knowing how to say “I speak a little bit of Japanese” or “I am learning Japanese” in Japanese will help you introduce yourself to your new friends and set expectations about your language level. Here are some essential Japanese phrases for your first conversations in Japanese.Read More
Next, you should write any accomplishments that you have achieved over the years such as licenses or certificates (12). This even includes a driver’s license. In a city like Tokyo many people do not drive, however, some “paper drivers” get a license anyway just to appear more impressive on their resume.Read More
Using Japanese, Chinese, Korean (CJK) languages in PowerPoint To begin with. If you need to enter, edit or display Chinese, Japanese, Korean (CJK for short) text in PowerPoint or any other Windows programs, you'll need to start by installing support for the language in Windows itself.Read More
When you start learning Japanese, you want to be able to switch your keyboard to a different writing system from the Roman alphabet.To do so, you need to figure out and practice how to access the hiragana, katakana and kanji writing systems and use them properly.This is what this article is about. Beforehand, especially if your computer is not a recent model, you should check that it can.Read More
Hiragana is the basic Japanese phonetic script. It represents every sound in the Japanese language. Therefore, you can theoretically write everything in Hiragana. However, because Japanese is written with no spaces, this will create nearly indecipherable text.Read More