Monthly Archive: October 2015

京都御所 御池庭 0

Particle⑧ – “ね(ne)” and “よ(yo)”

Hi, Leo Sensei dayo. In this session, we will study particles “ね(ne)” and “よ(yo)”. Just add these particles at the end of sentence. Very simple.   “ね(ne)” Agreement (or confirmation) The particle “ne” at...

横浜港 0

Particle⑥ – “か(ka)”

Hi, Leo Sensei dayo. In this session, let’s study particles added at the end of sentence. “か(ka)”. This is often used for question.   “か(ka)” ① Question The particle “か(ka)” at the end of...

皇居 二重橋 0

Particle⑤ – “と(to)” and “や(ya)”

Hi, Leo Sensei dayo. In this session, let’s study easy but useful partices,  “と(to)” and “や(ya)”.   “と(to)” ① Joint word(or phrase) The particle “と(to)” joints nouns. It is equivalent to “and” in English....

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Who visits Japan and How much tourist spends?

Hi, do you plan to go to Japan? How many times have you been to Japan? On October 21st, interesting survey on foreign toursit was disclosed by Japan National Tourist Organization(JNTO) and Japan Tourism Agency. ...

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Particle③ – “の(no)”

In particle series No.3, let’s study “の(no)” The particle “の(no)” has three main meanings, possessive, equivalent and location. Among these three, possesive is the most important one. We often use “の(no)” in daily conversation...

鎌倉 鶴岡八幡宮 0

Particle② – “を (wo)”

Hi, Leo Sensei dayo! In this session, let’s study “を(wo)”. “を(wo)” is also very important since this shows which word or phrase is object in the sentence. “を(wo)” has mainly two meanings, object and...