Japanese learning tips from teachers | Part 1 (with Akane san)



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48 Replies to “Japanese learning tips from teachers | Part 1 (with Akane san)”


    Anou sumimasen watashi wa udaya desu neparujin desu nihongo wo benkeu suru no hosin desu sorekara nihongo wo benkeu suru ni techudate itadakemasenka

  2. janice dais


  3. Mobeek

    is anyone ask themselves why she said "hentai" that's because she said "pervert" as they use that word for that. For us… "hentai" will be "ero-manga" or "ero-anime" in japanese

  4. Krystr

    質問がありますが.. 今日本語が学校で勉強しています。
    ありがとうございます‼ :))

  5. MoonEater Feanari

    Yo no he notado que pregunten cuando usar 敬語 y cuando ため語 mis compañeros (留学生) pero la pregunta que nunca falta es "Cuándo usar は y が?".

  6. MassVt

    Very Impressive! The collaborations are interesting..
    If you did a joint video with Japanese Ammo with Misa, the internet might explode.

  7. Linn Le

    Hi everyone, I've just started learning Japanese and I'm looking for a Japanese Learners' dictionary. Can you recommend some good ones for me? The problem I have with most dictionaries I've discovered so sar is that they are too advanced and complicated for a beginner like me. Thank you so much 😊

  8. Spartan Editz

    Ver very helpful and understandable.. do more and more interviews like this.. Arigatou gozaimashita miku San to akane San.

  9. Fátima Oñate {Inmensa-mente}

    Hola Miku! He escuchado en tus videos que hablas español y que viviste en México 🙂
    Sólo quiero agradecerte por este tipo de videos, en donde hablas con otros japoneses de manera natural, son de verdad muy útiles para mejorar en el idioma una vez que ya tenemos una base gramatical.



  11. Lekjov

    Spanish: "Yo como/comí/comere, el come/comió/comera, ellos comen/comieron/comeran"
    Japanese: "食べる IS 食べる!”
    Learning Spanish conjugation must've been hell 先生, Japanese conjugation is pretty simple and straightforward. The real challenge with Japanese is to study the meaning and onyomi/kunyomi of thousand upon thousand of kanji, but with practice and perseverance you eventually get there.
    Thanks for the interview, it was very helpful!

  12. Ahmet yasin

    heyy, i am curious about something. When i type in japanese with my phone on my native language, the letters are different to the letters i type in japanese when i change the language of my phone to japanese. why is that?

  13. Duaa Alakhrass
  14. Curly3373

    Sometimes it helps me to memorize when I understand why yet I can accept the answer « because it’s the rule » as a beginner. 😋

  15. Carmen M.

    Thank you 🙏🏻 for this conversation Akane san and Miku san.
    It taught me that a lot of grammar in Japanese can be learned by heart. Even whole sentences that we may use on a daily basis.
    Learning doesn’t know “short cuts” I think. We have to put time in to practice. With repetition it will stick and for some people that will be easier than for others…
    Study every day, even when it’s just 15 min. After a while when you look back, you’ll see how far you’ve come! Good luck every one! 🍀✨

  16. Rogier van den Berg

    I try to watch these videos without subtitles, and if i don't understand something (which is quite often) i turn on Japanese subtitles and look up words i don't know on jisho.org

    As a last resort i may turn on English subtitles and try to understand from that how the sentence works

  17. Florian


    Mark Twain を引用したいって思います。

    「My philological studies have satisfied me that a gifted person ought to learn English (barring spelling and pronouncing) in thirty hours, French in thirty days, and German in thirty years. It seems manifest, then, that the latter tongue ought to be trimmed down and repaired. If it is to remain as it is, it ought to be gently and reverently set aside among the dead languages, for only the dead have time to learn it.

    – "That Awful German Language,"」

  18. 한철쭉


  19. Shantanu Pawar

    You know you getting good when you shift from Miku Sensei to Akane Sensei. Zenbou nihongo desune, Akane Sensei no douga

  20. Shay D


  21. Chiewnye Murmann

    European languages ( my own experience…..French, German, English, Croatian for example and ….. Spanish) conjugate similarly depending on “pronoun”. Asian languages verbs don’t usually change depending on the pronoun. This makes it easier somewhat, when grammar is concerned, in learning Asian languages 🙂

  22. Ask your sensei !

    thanks miku . people look forward to such conversational videos . i hope your channel grows . and let us together spread this language & its beauty to everyone out there ! ganbatte kudasai , miku san

  23. Kento Salazar

    i hear 「動画」at 7:28 and not 「講座」
    (a comment on the subtitles). even though either way they end up basically meaning the same thing.

  24. The Journey by Ruby

    I always enjoy listening to your podcast while I’m driving or having to wait for something to work on my listening skills. Amazing video, as always 😄✨ ありがと。:)

  25. Malena Lucero


  26. Jezrah


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