In Japanese, the future is now.
By Matthew Coslett 5 min read
Level up with these tricky forms during the most generous time of the year.
One does not simply put “easy” and “Kanji” in the same sentence.
Did you know that ノルマ actually means "quota" and not the name of your mate's grandma?
Master advanced Japanese grammar by listening out for these phrases on the daily.
“Atsui desu ne” and other phrases to help you fill an awkward silence in Japan.
They say that jokes turn into dad jokes when the punchline becomes ap-parent.
Escape study stagnation with customizable reading content, in-context definitions, and sentence-by-sentence audio.
The Eskimos may have fifty words for “snow,” but did you know there are a whopping 1,190 rain-related words and phrases in the Japanese language?