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こんにちは!このポッドキャストでは、仲良し夫婦のたつやとちよしが日々の何気ない会話(雑談)を通して、日本語学習者の方々に役立つかもしれない情報を提供します。 Hi guys! We’re NAKAYOSHI Japanese couple. You can hear supernatural conversational expressions through our chats! We may have a lot of tips to learn Japanese for you. Hope you enjoy listening to our podcasts! 日本語の中・上級学習者にオススメです。 This channel is suitable for intermediate and advanced Japanese learners. Web site: nihongothatsdan.com Instagram: tatsuyajapanese Twitter: @nihongothatsdan #日本語 #にほんご #Nihongo #Japanese # ...
 
A weekly podcast for upper beginner to intermediate learners of Japanese. Listen to Yumi talk about... whatever she wants to talk about. Practice your listening comprehension with natural (howbeit slightly slowed down) Japanese on various topics such as Japanese culture, fun idioms, and, of course, cats. The episodes can be enjoyed in any order. -- Become a Makoto+ member and get show notes with a complete transcript and a list of key vocabulary. www.TheJapanesePage.com/makoto
 
Do you want to immerse yourself in the Japanese language? If so, Nihongo SWiTCH is for you! Every Tuesday, the Japanese language tutor Iku Yamamoto talks entirely in her native language about everyday topics related to the language and culture. This podcast is created for intermediate and advanced learners to add more “Nihongo time” into their daily lives. Nihongo SWiTCH will improve your:- listening comprehension- vocabulary - grammar usage- intonation and pronunciation. You can watch all e ...
 
If you are learning Japanese and looking for more speaking exercises, this Podcast is exactly for you. Simply repeat after me - while you are commuting, cooking or even in your bed. Every episode also includes plain style dialogue, which is an informal style spoken in daily life among friends and family, and also in Anime. Have a go and get fluent soon! --- Learning Nihongo is fun, ne. More episodes on my Website (https://japaneseswotter.wordpress.com). Full transcripts/translations are avai ...
 
Discover Japan through conversations with fascinating people. Every episode host Tony Vega is joined by a guest to talk about all aspects of Japan, including the Japanese language, history, Japanese pop culture, food, anime, manga, movies, music, comedy, the impact of Japanese culture around the world, underground social movements, social issues in Japan, and much more. Episodes are released on the first of every month. Bonus episodes are regularly released on the fifteenth of the month. For ...
 
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 ...
 
Learn Japanese with teacher Yoshiko, as she teaches you the basics of Japanese. In this podcast you'll be learning just enough Japanese to get by on a holiday or business trip to Japan, or just to impress your Japanese-speaking friends and colleagues. Each lesson includes just over one minute of language-learning content, so there's no excuse not to learn! Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more.
 
This show is about two guys learning Japanese in Japan. We give tips, talk about our ups & downs, and give our thoughts on our experience learning Japanese. This podcast is best suited for intermediate–advanced learners striving for complete fluency. Send your questions or comments to gljpodcast@gmail.com.
 
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[#060] Iku, a native Japanese speaker/language teacher, talks about the confusing difference between wakaranai and shiranai to improve your Japanese expressions. 【Topics】 Quiz: Wakaranai VS. Shiranai. What is the difference between them, anyway? When you might hurt people's feelings by saying "shiranai." Other casual ways to say Wakaranai and Shira…
 
Well water can be wonderful or… it can be a disaster. When Yumi moved into her new Floridian home, the well water was clear and delicious. Then, it turned brown. Listen as she talks about what she did. Listen to the podcast and then take the quiz on the episode's webpage: https://thejapanesepage.com/podcast-nihongonotane-33 井戸水 Well Water For upper…
 
・盆栽デビュー・植物大好きマン会話の内容(transcripts)はwebサイトで公開しています!聞き取れなかったところや、漢字の確認などに活用してください(^^)nihongothatsdan.comYouTubeyoutube.com/channel/UCv8oMr-W5rPvTbenjqO7YzAチャンネル登録お願いします!Dig in JAPANnihongothatsdan.com/main/Instagram日本語: instagram.com/tatsuyajapanese/日本生活: instagram.com/chii_tat/
 
We’re going back to fundamentals, and what’s more fundamental in Japanese grammar than the te-form? This is without a doubt one of the most important conjugations in Japanese grammar. Without the te-form, you won’t be able to really grasp some of the other Japanese grammar. It’s kind of like a level up token – as soon as you master this, you go fro…
 
[ask/offer advice Vた+らいいですか、+らいいですよ] “You should order a beer for now.” [00:08] Hello everyone. Suga san is busy with work and is stressed. Let’s give him some advice. Repeat after me [00:19] 1. Suga san, you should take a break.(take a little rest) 2. You should go jogging. 3. You should watch movies. 4. You should cook. 5. You should eat somethin…
 
On this episode of the Japan Station podcast, Yuji Haraguchi--owner of multiple Japanese restaurants and the Osakana fish market in Brooklyn, New York--talks about his interest in food, his career, fish, ramen, and more. About Yuji Haraguchi Yuji Haraguchi has started and owned multiple Japanese restaurants in the United States and Japan. He is bas…
 
Aside from sightseeing and eating, what are other Japan travel activities? We give you a shortlist of our favourite quirky ones: themed cafes, purikura, mario go-karting and cosplay! Japan is the land that keeps on giving when it comes to cultural insights and eye-opening history, but it’s no secret that this island nation is full of quirky activit…
 
[#059] Iku, a native Japanese speaker/language teacher, talks about using "yappari" like native speakers in 4 situations to enrich your expressions. 【Topics】 I knew it! Of course, they are dating. Actually, I want this, not that. I should not have said goodbye to… Yappa VS. Yahari. And more! *Music from Epidemic Sound 🌸 Support Iku https://www.buym…
 
[ No is not always No in Japanese. ] [00:08] Hello everyone. Judy san asked Mike san, “Aren’t you going to the party?” “Hai” Is he going to the party or not? [00:21] Negative questions can be confusing. Japanese negation (= iie) doesn’t always mean No, and Yes sometimes mean a denial. Have you already noticed? [00:34] In principle, you can think li…
 
Spring has sprung and Yumi has turned her attention to the great outdoors—or at least the outdoors immediately beyond the indoors. A garden. Or maybe just her roses. Listen to the podcast and then take the quiz on the episode's webpage: https://thejapanesepage.com/podcast-nihongonotane-32 園芸シーズン Gardening Season For upper beginners to intermediates…
 
This episode of Study Saturday covers everything you need to know about giving and asking for permission with “it’s okay to”. In both statement and question form, this grammar language can save you a few minutes of language barrier and miscommunication. Sure, a “daijoubu” can cover most situations, as discussed in our Season 1 Episode 1, but aren’t…
 
・入学式の思い出あれこれ会話の内容(transcripts)はwebサイトで公開しています!聞き取れなかったところや、漢字の確認などに活用してください(^^)nihongothatsdan.comYouTubeyoutube.com/channel/UCv8oMr-W5rPvTbenjqO7YzAチャンネル登録お願いします!Dig in JAPANnihongothatsdan.com/main/Instagram日本語: instagram.com/tatsuyajapanese/日本生活: instagram.com/chii_tat/
 
Let’s chat about something pretty close to most ladies’ hearts: shopping! Japan is one of the best countries to shop in, with unique styles originating from the country itself and thousands of local shops offering them at various prices. Podcast host Azra will virtually walk you through a shopping experience in Japan, all the while dropping some Ja…
 
[✐4.Allegretto] V-jisho のを わすれました forgot to … “I forgot to attach the file to the mail.” [00:09] Hello everyone. Let’s forget various things today. We practice “〜suruno wo wasuremashita”. Repeat after me [00:20] 1. I forgot to take a cold (and flu) remedy /medicine. 2. I forgot to buy my friend’s birthday present. 3. I forgot to cook/make my son’s …
 
[#058] Iku, a native Japanese speaker/language teacher, talks about the recent survey of Japanese children's dream jobs for you to improve listening and vocabulary skills. 【Topics】 What were your dream jobs when you were small? Japanese kids' dream job top 10 in 2020 Did Covid-19 influence the ranking? And more! *Music from Epidemic Sound 🌸 Support…
 
Yumi has always wanted one thing. That is, to share clothes with a family member. She has a younger sister, but as you'll hear, that didn't work out. Now, her daughter, Megumi, is almost the same size… Listen to the podcast and then take the quiz on the episode's webpage: https://thejapanesepage.com/podcast-nihongonotane-31 洋服 Clothes For upper beg…
 
・植物を育てる・病みつきになる家・スパイス焼酎会話の内容(transcripts)はwebサイトで公開しています!聞き取れなかったところや、漢字の確認などに活用してください(^^)nihongothatsdan.comYouTubeyoutube.com/channel/UCv8oMr-W5rPvTbenjqO7YzAチャンネル登録お願いします!Dig in JAPANnihongothatsdan.com/main/Instagram日本語: instagram.com/tatsuyajapanese/日本生活: instagram.com/chii_tat/
 
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