Podcast 24: How to book a table at a restaurant in Japanese
In this podcast, Ami and Alex teach you how to book a table at a restaurant by phone in fluent, natural Japanese. You can lean all the useful phrases for making a booking and learn keigo which is the polite level of language service staff will use when talking to you. For more information and downloads for this lesson visit http://learnjapanesepod.com
In this podcast Alex and Ami sensei teach you how to speak Osaka Ben. Ami is a native of Osaka and is therefore the perfect person to learn the phrases, intonation and speech patterns of this amazing dialect. In the lesson we also compare this with standard Japanese to give you an idea of how different the two dialects are. For more Japanese lessons and podcasts go to htpp://learnjapanesepod.com
Welcome to another Learn Japanese Pod episode where you can learn realistic, natural conversational Japanese dialogs to help improve your fluency, speaking and listening skills. In this lesson, Ami and Alex teach you how to use the word Yappari which has various meanings inluding but not limited to "I knew it!". It's a very commonly used phrase and is used to express the fact that something you predicted did indeed happen. You'll learn three ways this word is commonly used in natural, casual Japanese conversation between friends. You'll also learn some extra fun phrases in the Random Phrase of the Week section as well as some fun banter in Japanese to improve your listening skills. To listen to more Japanese language learning podcasts, visit http://learnjapanesepod.com
In this podcast Ami and Alex answer your Japanese study related questions. If you have a question you would like us to answer on the podcast in the future email us at firstname.lastname@example.org For more Japanese language learning podcasts for to http://learnjapanesepod.com
In this podcast Alex and Ami teach you some useful conversation starters in Japanese. These are really useful for everyday conversation and small talk in Japanese. For more free podcasts for learning Japanese go to http://learnjapanesepod.com
Podcast 20: How to talk about your hobbies in Japanese
In this podcast, Ami and Alex teach you how to talk about your hobbies in natural Japanese. You will learn how to answer favrious questions about your hobbies. You will also learn lots of useful phrases and vocabulary related to free time. For more podcasts visit http://learnjapanesepod.com
Podcast 17: How to express your opinion in Japanese
In this podcast Ami and Alex teach you how to express your opinion using the verb 思う Omou - to think something. You can use this verb to give you opinion on just about any topic you want. Check out the podcast where we go through dialogs on a wide range of topics. ENJOY!
Podcast 16: What to do when you lose your wallet in Japan
In this episode, Ami and Alex talk about what to do if you lose your wallet in Japan. They also teach you some useful phrases you can use to try and find your lost items. For more podcasts and free Japanese lessons check out http://learnjapanesepod.com
In this podcast Alex and Ami teach you some useful dialogs for talking to your friends on the phone in Japanese. You will learn how to answer th phone and also how to ask how your friend is and hold a natural conversation about what you have been doing recently. For more Japanese lessons go to http://learnjapanesepod.com
In this podcast, Alex and Andy talk about their experiences of life in Tokyo. They focus on their top 5 best and top 5 worst aspects of living in Tokyo. If you are planning to move to Tokyo or just curious about the good, the bad and the ugly of life in the capital city of Japan then this episode is for you. You can find more Japan and Japanese language learning related podcasts at http://learnjapanesepod.com ENJOY!
In this podcast, Ami sensei and alex give you their full guide on how to speak fluent Japanese. They go over the various things you will need, mindset, technuques and strategies to get you to your goal of speaking Japanese fluently. For more podcasts and Japanese lessons go to http://learnjapanesepod.com
In this podcast, Ami sensei and Alex teach you how to use the verb Taberu which means to eat. You'll learn how to use the plain form of the verb which is commonly used in everyday conversation between friends. The mains forms of the verb are TABERU - To eat, TABETA - Ate, TABENAI - Not eat, TABENAKATTA - Didn't eat. Check out the podcast to find out how to use this in natural Japanese conversation.
Podcast 10: Top 10 questions you will be asked in Japan
In this podcast, Ami and Alex discuss the top 10 most common questions visiters to Japan usually get. They also discuss the cultural reasons behind those questions and also how to answer in flawless Japanese.
In this podcast, Asuka and I teach you some useful classroom Japanese phrases so you can interact with your teacher and understand more. We teach you how to ask questions about vocabulary and sentences. In fact, I wish I had known all this when I started to study Japanese in Tokyo all those years ago. It would have helped me learn vocabulary a lot more quickly. We also teach you how to speak in a respectful way to your Sensei. And of course you can catch up with the rest of our random banter about what’s been going on with Asuka and I recently. Check out the podcast!
In this podcast, Asuka and Alex give you their top 10 pieces of advice for learning Japanese quickly and efficiently. This podcast is perfect for either complete beginners or those who have already started studying Japanese but got stuck or aren't quite sure what to study next. You can get more free Japanese learning podcasts at http://learnjapanesepod.com
Podcast 02 (series 02) How to do a self introduction in Japanese
In this podcast, Asuka and Alex will teach you how to do a self introduction to your class on your first day of your Japanese course. This should be super useful for those study Japanese at university or college for the first time. Enjoy!
Podcast 01 (series2): Asking your friends to hang out with you
This is the first in the 2nd series of podcasts for teaching you Japanese. In this one, Alex and Asuka will teach you how to ask your friends to hang out with you to do fun things like having a meal or going out for drinks. Today's key phrase is: 一緒にお寿司食べに行かない？ issho ni osushi tabeni ikanai Won't you have some sushi with me? Enjoy the show and tell your friends about us please!