A random Japanese post

Don't look for answer, it will find you. (Lame, sorry) I had been seeing なう used by Japanese on twitter all the time. I thought it sounds like 'now' but my dictionary didn't give me any translation to it, and I never searched for answer until randomly scrolling down twitter dash I saw it. なう does mean now! … Continue reading A random Japanese post


Reading blog in Japanese

I have suggested it in one comment reply so I should put it on blog too. So far the best blog for readers of every level I found. You can pick from few languages on the top right bar and if you choose やさしい日本語 you will see blog posts written in Japanese and all the … Continue reading Reading blog in Japanese

Learning Japanese with MLC free materials

[This is a scheduled post]I haven't seen any Japanese learners talking about it but when I discovered it I was really happy because it was exactly what I was looking for - free printables. I'm the person who prefers paper to digital materials when reading/studying.MLC is a Japanese Language school based in Tokyo. They offer … Continue reading Learning Japanese with MLC free materials

Learning Japanese from anime: female and male speech suffixes

I haven't studied languages for a while and it seems like forever, but I'm reading like crazy and in 7 days I finished 7 books, today I brought another 7 from the library and spent whole day reading.Also, today new Bangtan or BTS album came out with 14 songs. After listening to whole album I … Continue reading Learning Japanese from anime: female and male speech suffixes

13 Kanji Japanese misread?

Thanks to my new Japanese app I accidentally came across this page of 13 Kanji Japanese misread with their true reading and this turned out to be a useful lesson although I can't understand all of it and I will have to translate those Kanji, but I'm going to write it down and learn. The app … Continue reading 13 Kanji Japanese misread?