①子どもの時、寝て（ ）いて母がよく怒っていた。 So yesterday I was doing my usual vocabulary practice exercises when I came across this question. There were 4 options and 2 of them meant the same thing. しか and ばかり. In the search for an answer I turned to my best friend google and my grammar textbooks so here is what I found. しか … Continue reading しか or ばかり？
Jisho.org is probably my most favourite online dictionary. Why? -It's simple to use and in my opinion is very useful. What makes it easy? Many functions available: you can type, draw it, choose from radicals or say the word. When you look up a word, translation is given. Also, you can see kanji and other … Continue reading Jisho.org- Online Japanese dictionary
Today I decided to write about Nihongo Challenge Kanji aka the にほんごチャレンジ N4・N5［かんじ］There are two other books in these series. In total 3. There is かんじ, 文法と読む練習, and ことば. I own all of them, but I mostly used Kanji because of N5. I was not ready to move onto N4 Grammar and vocab. But now … Continue reading にほんごチャレンジ N4・N5［かんじ］
When people start learning Japanese, they don't know all kanji. Therefore, when you read an article or anything in Japanese you are most likely to meet a new kanji. And you don't know how to pronounce it.You can certainly look it up on google translate, but there is an app. Furigana reader. It's good, you … Continue reading Having problem with Kanji?
When you learn a language, you always try to find some free resources, right? For example, you might look for something to help you with your reading or listening. So here I am today, sharing with you another awesome blog where you can practice reading Japanese. It's ...... http://chokochoko.wordpress.com/ It's really nice and useful! They even … Continue reading Japanese reading