Whatever your reasons for learning Japanese, these free Japanese learning resources are here to help you master some essential words and phrases, and understand how Japanese works.
These free Japanese resources include Japanese words and phrases with English translations, as well as audio and voice recognition to help with your pronunciation. You'll also find step-by-step explanations of Japanese grammar rules and helpful cultural tips along the way!
These lessons are all about the best ways to learn Japanese. Discover tons of tips and tricks that polyglots use to successfully master several languages, find out how long it takes to learn Japanese, and much more.
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In these articles you will find information on common Japanese phrases. Want to know how to say "I love you" or "I miss you" in Japanese, or perhaps just some funny Japanese phrases? Check these out.
If you want to sound like a native Japanese speaker be sure to check out this lesson on Japanese Pronunciation. Discover some handy tips to sounding as fluent in Japanese as you possibly can.
This series of lessons on Japanese questions will cover all that you need to know to be able to ask (and respond to) the questions that you will most commonly use in Japanese.
This series of Japanese lessons covers all the different Japanese salutations, from "Hello" to "Good bye" and everything in between. These lessons will help you hone your manners and show politeness when speaking to Japanese people.
These free Japanese language lessons are all about learning Japanese time. You'll learn the days and months, as well as how to ask for the time and tell others what time it is.
It's time to move on to some essential Japanese vocabulary that's sure to come in handy on your next trip to Japan!
It's easy to learn Japanese words with these free Japanese audio lessons. The Rocket Japanese team has created an online list of common Japanese words to help you survive in a Japanese-speaking environment.
Interacting with teachers and peers really helps to develop your understanding. This Japanese language forum is the place to go to get feedback and connect with other learners.