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Mon 2020.06.22

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Japanese particle combination: にも (ni mo) General, grammar, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles Self Taught Japanese

Mon 2020.06.01

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Particle combination かで (kade) General, grammar, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles Self Taught Japanese

Mon 2020.02.03

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Don’t underestimate Japanese particles! General, grammar, Japanese Study: Beginner, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Mon 2019.04.29

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Japanese particle: にて (nite) grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles Self Taught Japanese

Thu 2018.11.29

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A tale of particles: “ni” (に) vs “wo” (を), the verb “kizuku” (気づく), and a bus full of moles General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles Self Taught Japanese

Tue 2018.03.27

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Literary particle combination: をば (wo ba) ba, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Intermediate, o, particles, wo Self Taught Japanese

Wed 2018.03.14

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A simple explanation of the particles wa (は) vs ga (が)and the surprising equation “1+1=2” ga, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles, Uncategorized, wa Self Taught Japanese

Fri 2018.03.09

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The mysterious case of the double wo (を) particle General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Intermediate, o, particles, wo Self Taught Japanese

Thu 2017.10.05

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A primer on Japanese emotive sentence-ending particles: ne, na, naa, yo (ね、な、なあ、よ) General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Beginner, na, naa, ne, particles, raising a bilingual child, yo Self Taught Japanese

Fri 2015.12.18

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Japanese Grammar Focus: “tomo” (とも) grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, language, linguistics, particles, tomo, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Fri 2015.10.09

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More discussion on Japanese particles “ga” and “ha”, and debate on mistaken examples education, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, particles, teaching, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese
Japanese grammar focus: particle “sa” and related words (saa, sate, satetto) 「さ、さあ、さて、さてっと」 conversational, explanation, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Moderate, particles, sa, saa, self-study, self-taught, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Sun 2015.06.14

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Using the Japanese particle で (de) to explain a reason by means of, de, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Intermediate, language, linguistics, particles, reason Self Taught Japanese

Wed 2015.02.25

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Japanese Particle combination では (de wa) and じゃ (ja) conversation, de wa, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, linguistics, particles, self-taught, syntax, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Mon 2015.02.23

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Discussion of a tricky で vs に question (mini quiz 2: で and に) de, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Intermediate, linguistics, ni, online quizzes and tests, particles, quizzes, self-study Self Taught Japanese
Mini Japanese Quiz: Particles で vs に de, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Beginner, Japanese Study: Intermediate, language, ni, online quizzes and tests, particles, quiz, test, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Wed 2015.02.18

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Short Particle Quiz: Explanation of a tricky question (に vs を) foreign language, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Intermediate, Japanese Study: Moderate, language, linguistics, ni, particles, wo Self Taught Japanese

Sun 2015.02.15

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Short quiz on Japanese particle usage: Correction General, grammar, japan, japanese, learning, linguistics, particles, quiz, self-taught, test Self Taught Japanese

Fri 2015.02.13

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Short quiz on basic Japanese particle usage General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Beginner, linguistics, online quizzes and tests, particles, quiz, study, test, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Mon 2015.01.12

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Japanese expression 「ならではの」(nara de wa no) – a lump of particles with an interesting meaning foreign, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Intermediate, language, linguistics, nara, particles, study, Uncategorized Self Taught Japanese

Sun 2014.03.16

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Japanese particles: で (de) vs に (ni) de, expressions, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Beginner, Japanese Study: Intermediate, language, linguistics, ni, particles, words Self Taught Japanese

Wed 2014.02.05

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Expressing strong feelings in Japanese, a language with less curse words conversation, curse, emotion, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Beginner, Japanese Study: Intermediate, language, particles, slang Self Taught Japanese

Wed 2013.12.18

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A closer look at Japanese particles wa (は) and ga (が) ga, General, grammar, japan, japanese, Japanese Study: Advanced, Japanese Study: Beginner, Japanese Study: Intermediate, learn, linguistics, particles, subject, topic, wa, 日本語 Self Taught Japanese

Sat 2013.12.14

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Grammar – it’s the linguistic glue that holds things together [beginner/intermediate] foreign, grammar, japanese, Japanese Study: Beginner, Japanese Study: Intermediate, languages, learn, linguistic, particles, study, 日本語 Self Taught Japanese