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3 Fun Ways to Learn a Language

In my new video I’m sharing my top 3 tips to make language learning a bit more exciting and colourful, and to help you memorise vocabulary and grammar easier. 25 more words

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But... ga!: Understanding how to use the particle "ga"

Japanese particles can be really confusing for non-native speakers – and often times the more you learn, the harder they become to figure out! Minoru Aizawa, JCMU’s Japanese Language Coordinator in Hikone, talks about the Japanese particle  354 more words

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Similar to Thanksgiving in the U.S.? - New Year's in Japan

Thanksgiving passed just a couple of weeks ago, and Christmas is just around the corner. While these holidays are also celebrated in Japan, New Year’s is the largest holiday of the season for most Japanese people! 558 more words

Language Learning Tips

Writing E-mails in Japanese

Ever wonder about what etiquette to follow while writing an e-mail to a Japanese person? Ayumi Nagatomi, one of JCMU’s Japanese language instructors in Hikone, discusses quick tips on the “do”s and “don’t”s of composing messages in Japanese. 226 more words

Language Learning Tips

Nursery rhymes - language learning tips

It’s been a while! I’ll be taking TOPIK I in a few months – probably April. I decided now that I’ve finished university and no longer have Korean classes to work towards, I should set myself a language learning goal to stay on top of things. 437 more words

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Preparing for an interview in English - 5 steps

Recently I have had many requests asking me how to prepare for interviews in English, so in this post I’m giving 5 simple steps which will improve your interview skills immediately. 322 more words

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Second Language Acquisition - A Few Tips

Second or foreign language acquisition is often fundamentally different from first language (or mother tongue) acquisition.

The first language is acquired through a process of daily immersion and constant interaction in a nurturing “native language” environment – and small children have little else to do besides absorbing things like sponges from their environments. 437 more words

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