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Welcome to EasyJapaneseE!

EasyJapaneseE provides support to all those who are involved with the Japanese Language:

Conversation Partner Programme

  • up to 25 minutes (minimum 15 minutes) of conversation in Japanese per session
  • email summery of the conversation (vocab and grammar points, etc.)
  • unlimited email Q&A support for your personal learning* (This is particularly suitable for those who teach Japanese in schools. Sometimes students ask pesky questions to which only native speakers can answer confidently. If you pass those onto me, I will help you answer them.)

Latest Blog posts for Learning Japanese

  • Today’s #kanji is 過, which is listed under its semantic element of #しんにょう(辶), coming and going. Its phonetic element is 咼, which has the meaning of “a lot.”
  • Today’s #kanji is 逃, which is listed under its semantic element of #しんにょう(辶), coming and going. Its phonetic element is 兆.
  • Today’s #kanji is 遊, which is listed under its semantic element of #しんにょう(辶), coming and going. Its phonetic element is 斿, which has the meaning of “to relax.”
  • Today’s #kanji is 連, which is listed under the radical of #しんにょう(辶), which suggests something to do with coming and going. 連 is a combined ideograph ….
  • Today’s #kanji is 途, which is listed under its semantic element of #しんにょう(辶), which suggests something to do with coming and going.
  • Today’s #kanji is 婚, which is listed under its semantic element of #おんなへん(女). Its phonetic element is 昏, which means “dusk.” Check the details here.

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If you have a topic you’d like me to explain, please email me at EasyJapaneseE@gmail.com.

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英語も教えます。日本人の方で、英語のチューターをご希望でしたら、ご連絡ください。近々英語学習用のページも追加予定です。

References

In order to write my blogs, I use the following dictionaries as my references

  • KOD – 研究社 Online Dictionary
  • 『現代国語例解辞典』(1985)小学館
  • 『基礎日本語辞典』(1989) 角川書店
  • 『大修館新漢和辞典(改訂第二版)』(1988) 大修館書店
  • “Concise Oxford Dictionary (Tenth Edition)” (1999) Oxford University Press
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