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Particles are the first few things you notice when learning Japanese is the particles. Podcast host Azra covers the most important particles you need in the next few minutes!
Sakura is a thing of the past, present and future of Japan. The unofficial flower of Japan is going to be the topic to kick this new season off!
In this season finale episode, TikToker Matcha Samurai joins our host Azra in discussing the various aspects of Japanese mannerisms, including sharing personal experiences.
As you read from the title, we’re going to break down the way to say “from…until…” in Japanese!
This episode will cover a few different special occasions along with the unique customs and mannerisms that come with them: weddings, funerals, and home visits.
As part of our Valentine's Day special episode, we discuss a few romantic phrases in Japanese to use this upcoming romantic holiday!
Podcast host Azra breaks down the dating culture in Japan!
Do you do two things at the same time? Learn this grammar point "while" to express that in Japanese!
At work, you gotta behave. But in a Japanese work environment, different rules apply. In this episode, podcast host Azra lists down five rules to follow when at work in Japan.
Japanese mannerisms are abundant, and some might say that there are a bit too many to remember in a short period of time for a short trip. Podcast host Azra gives more of an overview of a very popular collection of Japanese mannerisms in this episode, and that’s those for travellers!
In this week's episode of Study Saturday, we look at the various ways to say "and" in Japanese!
Podcast host Azra walks down the fundamentals of Japanese table manners in this episode!
As part of our Study Saturday language series, we discuss two ways to say "because" in Japanese!
Greetings are a crucial part of any conversation. Tune in to learn how to do it the proper way in Japanese culture!
In this episode of the Study Saturday language series, we go through step-by-step how to conjugate Japanese adjectives!
To kick off this fresh new season, we cover the very basics of Japanese mannerisms with four very important points!