This video covers 10 different strategies for practicing and remembering vocabulary words in Japanese. Several of the tips seem to come directly from the host’s own experience learning English but every strategy is introduced in Japanese along with English subtitles, making it easy to follow along. Subscribe to their videos here.
This video lesson is from the useful ‘Ask-a-Teacher’ series and covers a pretty interesting and important angle in Japanese, which is how to be friendly or polite with other people. Many languages have a variety of words to use in different situations and this is especially true in Japan. Subscribe the other other Ask-a-Teacher videos here.
This is a useful video for beginners as it covers 100 of the most frequently used Japanese phrases. Learning groups of words together like this is one of the smartest ways to get started learning any language because you immediately gain a lot of utility from what you learn – using a complete phrase – as opposed to just a long list of vocabulary. Subscribe to their videos here.
In this episode you’ll learn some essential vocabulary for both ‘to receive’ and ‘to give’ in Japanese. These are pretty essential words as they can apply across a huge number of social situations because most interactions in person involve a bit of both giving and receiving. Subscribe to his videos here.
This is a nice conversational video that focuses on how to say “I think” in Japanese. Of course other forms of the verb ‘to think’ are covered and then example sentences are used to show you the different ways of saying I think in Japanese. Subscribe to her videos here.
Despite the strange glasses, this is a useful beginner lesson that focuses on how to tell time in Japanese. The host covers the basics of discussing time as well as going around the clock in more detail and covering other time-related vocabulary. Subscribe to her videos here.
In this video lesson the teacher from Kanji from Zero shares how kanji compounds work in Japanese and then some example vocabulary that you can use. After that he shares some additional vocabulary of less commonly taught kanji that Japanese language fans might appreciate. You can find subscribe to his videos here.