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Popular in Japanese kanji symbols
May 26, 2008 01:01 AM PDT
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Today's Japanese podcasting lesson is how to write "Popular" in Japanese kanji symbol. We use two kanji symbols to write. 1. The first kanji symbol mean "Person" or "Human" 2. The second kanji symbol means "air" or "nature", but it is not really used by itself as often. By combining these kanji symbols, the meaning is Popular, and we pronoue it as "Nin Ki". For example, if you want to say, "Tom is very popular". Tom wa nin ki ga aru Now, listen to my audio lessons to learn to speak Japanese.
Write Cold in Japanese symbols
May 12, 2008 12:10 AM PDT
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Today's Japanese symbol is Cold in Japanese. It is pronouced as Samui. The first character is written in kanji, and the next character is written in hiragana symbol. Listen to the podcasting to practice your speaking in Japanese.
How To Write Japanese Kanji symbol of Nothing
April 08, 2008 05:29 PM PDT
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Today's Japanese lesson is to learn how to write Japanese kanji symbol of Nothing and how to pronouce it in Japanese. This called is pronouced "Mu" and often use to express the Buddism concept, because when you play, you need to be thinking nothing. So, being "mu" is considered as Buddha. No desire, greed, or avarice. Being nothing is important in terms of Buddism.
How To Write Four Winds in Kanji symbols
March 23, 2008 06:24 PM PDT
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Today's Japanese podcasting lesson teach you how to write and pronouce Four Winds - North, South, East, West in Japanese Kanji symbols. Each wind is written as a single kanji symbol, and has different pronunciation, and changes depending on how they are used, Please click here to see how to write them in Japanese kanji symbols Also, don't forget to subscribe our FREE 7 days Japanese lessons as well.
Japanese Kanji Symbol Lesson - Honor
March 12, 2008 11:14 PM PDT
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Hello Everyone This is Takanori Tomita. From today, we will start Japanese kanji symbol lesson, which show you the popular kanji writing in Japanese, as we receive a lot of requests from our listners. Also, we will teach you how to pronouce them in Japanese. Click Play button to listen to the pronunciation. However, we can not reply each request individually. So, we will post only Japanese kanji symbol which is popular for Westerners. Anyway, let's start! Today's Japanese kanji symbol is Honor. In Japanese, it is called "Meiyo".
How to write and speak
March 06, 2008 01:07 AM PST
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Today's Japanese lesson teach you how to say "I understand" in Japanese. In this video lesson, you will learn the present sentence, past sentence, negative sentence and past negative sentence of "I understand" in Japanese. By the way, this is the sample of our NIHONGO Japanese package. This is the Japanese course, which provide textbooks, audio and a variety of video lesson to teach you how to speak Japanese for real communication.
Understanding Japanese Kanji for places in Japan
December 15, 2007 01:03 AM PST
Even been to Japan? If you have, you might have notced that there are many signs which are written in Japanese kanji symbols. But, could you understand them? You know, understanding Japanese kanji symbols is actually not hard, if you remember a simple rule.
How To Speak Japanese in a polite way
November 28, 2007 11:42 PM PST
Today's Japanese spekaing lesson is the difference between masu, masen, mashita, and masen deshita. Listen to the audio and understand the difference.
Japanese language lesson - How to say "This is my bag" in Japanese
October 30, 2007 07:09 PM PDT
Hello, this is Takanori from NIHONGO Japanese lesson. It has been a long time since I have uploaeded our Japanese lesson last time. There has been a technical issue related to this podcasting lessons. Anyway, we will start it again. Today's Japanese lesson is about How to say 1: How to say "This is my bag" 2: How to ask "Is this your bag" Want to watch more Japanese video lessons something like the one below? Go to the following website, and DOWNLOAD the Japanese ebook version of textbooks and Audio/Video lessons. Click HERE to learn to watch Japanese lessons
Writing "Hello" in Japanese kanji, katakana, hiragana symbols
June 15, 2007 01:17 AM PDT
Today's Japense lesson is to learn how to write Hello in Japanese kanji, hiragana and katakana.

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