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Since 2008 Steve and Alex have been diving into the paranormal, the supernatural and the occult as well as diving in to the world of the horror film among many other aspects. Every Sunday evening 11pmEST till 1amEST.Pieces of the darkness are now set to reveal themselves!! Hosts Steve Genier and Alex Rondini will be trying to unravel the paranormal from all aspects. From the scientific to the spiritual and from it's urban legends. Interviewing people who investigate, research and write about ...
 
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In this lecture, we continue our discussion of uses of the て form, including making requests and asking permission to do things. We also ignore a couple of grammar points. Finally, we learn a new use of the 〜ましょう verb form. Verbs = power.
 
In this lecture, we continue our discussion of uses of the て form, including making requests and asking permission to do things. We also ignore a couple of grammar points. Finally, we learn a new use of the 〜ましょう verb form. Verbs = power.
 
A heavy verb lesson. This lecture introduces the て-form, one of the most important (and challenging) verb forms there is. We will double our pleasure by springboarding from the て-form to also learning the plain past form. Also, Tony waxes poetic.
 
A heavy verb lesson. This lecture introduces the て-form, one of the most important (and challenging) verb forms there is. We will double our pleasure by springboarding from the て-form to also learning the plain past form. Also, Tony waxes poetic.
 
Kanji for Lesson 6, and of course more. Featuring heavenly bodies, barnyard animals, the cardinal directions, and Tony singing about sheep. 大、工、左、右、子、了、学、刀、分、牛、生、星、先、夕、外、出、東、西、羊、南、北
 
A very short lecture to finish off Lesson 5 — the ましょう forms of verbs, and the まい counter.
 
A very short lecture to finish off Lesson 5 — the ましょう forms of verbs, and the まい counter.
 
A couple of odds and ends here, including using すき and きらい, and having adverbs modify adjectives.
 
A couple of odds and ends here, including using すき and きらい, and having adverbs modify adjectives.
 
All about adjectives, both the nouny kind and the verby kinds. Also, more fun with adverbs. Secret semi-formal guest appearance (meow). Music by Petty Booka.
 
All about adjectives, both the nouny kind and the verby kinds. Also, more fun with adverbs. Secret semi-formal guest appearance (meow). Music by Petty Booka.
 
Many kanji for place and family names, and the origin of “kunoichi”. Special guest appearances by the FSM and a stormtrooper. Music by Soushi. Kanji learned in this lesson: 川、州、山、田、力、男、女、大、天、気、汽、元、目、見、丁、行、良、食、欠、飲、今、私
 
In this lesson, we learn how to use the と and や particles, and how to use も in compound particles. Special guest appearance by Darth Kitty. CC music by Riyu Konaka.
 
In this lesson, we learn how to use the と and や particles, and how to use も in compound particles. Special guest appearance by Darth Kitty. CC music by Riyu Konaka.
 
In this lesson, we learn about how to make the formal past forms of verbs. We also learn how to use adverbs in Japanese, and meet the evil twin of the nouny thing… We then learn a new kanji, 間, and apply it as a suffix. Music by In-sist.
 
In this lesson, we learn about how to make the formal past forms of verbs. We also learn how to use adverbs in Japanese, and meet the evil twin of the nouny thing… We then learn a new kanji, 間, and apply it as a suffix. Music by In-sist.
 
In this lesson we discuss the “existence” verbs いる and ある, and give an in-depth discussion of using the は and が particles. Music by Luz Fonte.
 
In this lesson we discuss the “existence” verbs いる and ある, and give an in-depth discussion of using the は and が particles. Music by Luz Fonte.
 
In our second kanji lesson we learn a bit more about Chinese vs Japanese readings, and the remaining kanji for the days of the week. We also karate chop boards, draw turkeys, and set someone we know on fire. Kanji introduced: 中, 上, 下, 半, 人, 入, 曜, 水, 木, 本, 火, 王, 金, and 月. Music by Kid Sense.
 
After a brief diversion into Japanese pop music in the US, we talk about using negative verb forms to make invitations, get a peek ahead at how to make informal negative verb forms, and discuss the use of frequency adverbs. Musical guest Reiko Obata and East West Jazz.
 
After a brief diversion into Japanese pop music in the US, we talk about using negative verb forms to make invitations, get a peek ahead at how to make informal negative verb forms, and discuss the use of frequency adverbs. Musical guest Reiko Obata and East West Jazz.
 
In this lesson, we learn four new particles: を、へ、に、 and で. Other topics include using the word せんせい, and making questions in informal Japanese. Special guest appearances by Informal Hamster and Formal Panda. Music by microbosch.
 
In this lesson, we learn four new particles: を、へ、に、 and で. Other topics include using the word せんせい, and making questions in informal Japanese. Special guest appearances by Informal Hamster and Formal Panda. Music by microbosch.
 
This lesson introduces Japanese verbs. We discuss how verbs are used, the types of Japanese verb, and our first conjugations: the positive and negative present formal forms. Musical guest CHIBI.
 
This lesson introduces Japanese verbs. We discuss how verbs are used, the types of Japanese verb, and our first conjugations: the positive and negative present formal forms. Musical guest CHIBI.
 
In this lesson, we learn the kanji from Chapter 3 of your text, and a few others that will be helpful. We also discuss what radicals are, and how we will use radicals to remember the kanji. Kanji and radicals introduced are: 一、二、三、四、五、六、七、八、九、十、百、千、口、円、土、寺、日、時、白、冂、亠、儿
 
In this lecture, we talk about the history of the Japanese writing system, how the hiragana, the katakana, and the kanji are used in modern Japanese, and some suggestions about how you should study them.
 
In this lecture, we talk about the history of the Japanese writing system, how the hiragana, the katakana, and the kanji are used in modern Japanese, and some suggestions about how you should study them.
 
In the third and final lecture for Lesson 2, we learn some semi-new uses of the の particle, and how to make the negatives of sentences.
 
In the third and final lecture for Lesson 2, we learn some semi-new uses of the の particle, and how to make the negatives of sentences.
 
In this podcast, we learn about the も, よ, and ね particles. We also learn our first Japanese tongue twister! Special musical guest: SOU-SHI
 
In this podcast, we learn about the も, よ, and ね particles. We also learn our first Japanese tongue twister! Special musical guest: SOU-SHI
 
In this Lesson, we learn our first few sets of “ko so a do” words, also known as “reference words”. Music by the Japanese Hawaiian cowboy country ukelele duo “Petty Booka”.
 
In this Lesson, we learn our first few sets of “ko so a do” words, also known as “reference words”. Music by the Japanese Hawaiian cowboy country ukelele duo “Petty Booka”.
 
In this lesson, we learn about how to use the の particle. This is also the first episode to feature a musical spotlight, with music clips from Kyoto musician Suematsu Yoshimitsu. Enjoy!
 
In this lesson, we learn about how to use the の particle. This is also the first episode to feature a musical spotlight, with music clips from Kyoto musician Suematsu Yoshimitsu. Enjoy!
 
In this episode, we learn how to ask and answer questions in Japanese. We also get a quick peek at formality in Japanese, and the use of the honorific prefixes “o-” and “go-”.
 
In this episode, we learn how to ask and answer questions in Japanese. We also get a quick peek at formality in Japanese, and the use of the honorific prefixes “o-” and “go-”.
 
This is the same as the Lesson 1, Grammar Note 1 enhanced file, but in MP3 format for older iPods that can’t display video. If possible, I recommend that you use the “enhanced” version, rather than this one–the added video should be beneficial. This file may be helpful for review at times when you can’t watch the visuals, however.…
 
In this first grammar note, Tony discusses the word です and the particle は. Other topics include the importance of context in Japanese, the “nouny thing”, and sentence templates. Genkier, Lesson 1, Grammar Note 1
 
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