JAPANESE and MORE!Author: Daiwu
16 Aug 2018

JAPANESE and MORE!

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Experience my daily life encounters and tribulations learning Japanese while in Japan. Read more about my experiences at www.DaiTime.com Come With Me...

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    Ganbatte-JLPT/Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

    Thank You for coming with me in 2007. I waited, crammed, and did a difficult 50/50 pass fail on the Japanese Proficiency Level Test 3. I'll let you know if I passed in February. But I'm already planning on studying for next year's test. I will be on my OYASUMI (vacation) so you may not hear from me until next year! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year now! I plan to be partying in Tokyo, so hit me up if you will be in the area. I'll catch you in the new year, and after my birthdai (January 7)! Update your passport and be ready to come with me overseize on more adventures, and the relaunch of DaiTime.com!

  • Posted on 17 Dec 2007

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    Expressions-Irrashaimase Means Welcome!

    Simple expressions, easily forgotten, but if used daily will be as natural as "こんにちは Konnichiwa” Come With Me... お待たせしました!Sorry to have kept you waiting. This lesson taken from: http://www.jlptstudy.com/3/ www.DaiTime.com "OverSeize In Japan, Come With Me..." http://overseize.podomatic.com "Japanese News Audiblog"

  • Posted on 09 Nov 2007

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    -SUGIRU Means "too/over"

    Now I can express something that is excessive to me, my personal observation of what seems, and something that shows signs of a trend. You can too by adding -sugiru -すぎる,-souda -そうだ, and -tagatteiru -たがっている. Come With Me... 食べ物を食べ過ぎました!I ate TOO much food/I OVER ate. http://www.DaiTime.com *OverSeize In Japan* http://overseize.podomatic.com *Daiwu's Japanese News Audiblog*

  • Posted on 29 Oct 2007

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    -takotogaaru Means 'Have The Experience Of Doing..."

    Doing things like this and that, have done, and done while/as/with can all help us extend our sentences and grammar to sound more specific when retelling stories or answering questions. This time we're taking the verb and putting it in it's -ta form to complete these phrases. Come With Me... I ate at a Hawaiian Restaurant, rode the train, and made this podcast. ハワインレストランで食べたり、電車で乗ったり、このポドカストを作ったりしました。 Links To Study For The Japanese Proficiency Test-Thanks 'Myspace Don'! http://www.jlptstudy.com/2/index.html http://www.jlptstudy.com/3/index.html http://www.jlptstudy.com/4/index.html

  • Posted on 15 Oct 2007

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    Hantai Means Opposite

    There is nothing as easy as remembering a word by learning its opposite, except that is forgetting both words! This is a Japanese vocabulary review of common verbs and adjectives listed in opposite pairs. Come With Me... Nihongo wa muzukashii desu. IIe, yasashii desu. 日本語は難しいです。いいえ、優しいです。 Japanese is difficult. No, it's easy. Catch Daisha "Daiwu" in Japan at www.DaiTime.com!

  • Posted on 30 Sep 2007

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