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Madhu 27 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What all things you should keep in mind while translating Japanese language to English?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

Good question!!1-You need to know the speaker feeling. without understanding the feeling we can not do the exact translation 2-You need to know the meaning of all discussion 3- you have to understand the topic of conversation.

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Pinaki 27 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How to translate from Chinese to Japanese?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

u need to know Chinese language first, then u can do it.

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Kratika 27 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How to say 'Hello' in Japanese?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

konnichiwa / but in evening time u can use kombamwa .

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Martin 27 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What are the easy ways to remember Japanese words?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

Good question!! If you relate any Japanese word with ur regional words/things place then it will be very easier.Example:-SEWA :- in English assistance/looking after.(But in Hindi u can say sewa/service) . There r so many words like this.

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Komal 26 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What all things should I keep in mind while selecting a Japanese language teacher?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

really I m searching this question.Nice. At first :- you need to sit in 1 or 2 demo class. you can understand the environment / the teaching method / and you have to find out the total experience of the teacher. As par my opinion home tutor / teacher is best compare to any other Institute .

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Cupid Academy Pvt. Ltd., replied | 01 Jul

If you can get a tutor, who is a native Japanese or has N1 level certificate and lived in Japan at least for few years and has experience of teaching, then you can guarantee a basic minimum level of proficiency of teacher. But even those who has N1 certificate, but never lived in Japan cannot speak fluently and the pronunciation will not be good. So, you take 1 or 2 demo classes and decide.

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Joseph 26 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Do I need to take regular Japanese language tests to improve my Japanese skills?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

yes sure. you have to do. it will increase ur confidence skill and ability.

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Thamaraikannan 26 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How old is Japanese language?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

really i have no answer!! If you will find , please let me know. thanks

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Pankaj 26 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What is important between Japanese grammar and vocabulary?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

Both is important. There is no any option. Without knowing the vocabulary what u will do with Grammar?? and without Grammar what u will do with vocabulary. Please think.!!

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Tania 26 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Are there any special certification courses available for Japanese language?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

yes, JLPT is the special certification courses conducted by japan foundation. it is divided into 5 parts. N5 is beginner and N1 is advance.

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Maliha 25 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Which are the best Japanese language coaching centres in Bangalore?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

of-course SNRC. Sakuraa Nihongo resource center. I know this institute very well. Nice teachers. you should to try. U can ask about me to Vidya-San. thanks.

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Mohit 25 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Is online Japanese language coaching much better than Japanese home tuition?

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Mohsin replied | 25 Jun

Home tuition are better than Online classes. As Sometimes Internet interrupt and create disturbance in online class.

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Suresh 25 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Is home tuition for Japanese language is much costlier than online Japanese tuition?

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Kajal Kr replied | 27 Apr

No, but you need to find out. In Online course u have to pay all amount in 1 time. i think it is not refundable. but tuition is more flexible. you can pay the tuition as per ur convenient. you have to discuss it with tutor.

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Balendra 25 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Name some Japanese language courses?

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Kiran Prakash replied | 28 May

Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) LEVEL 5 - 1

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Annu 25 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Which is the major part in Japanese Language?

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Saurav replied | 22 Jun

KANJIS are the major part in Japanese language.

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Raja Lekshmi 24 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What textbooks did you use on learning Japanese? 

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Anisha replied | 09 Jul

For grmmer i would suggest donna toki dou tsukau.. a very good book which explains in English as well as Korean and Chinese Language with example. Other than this you can also study news from nhk web easy. This will help you in reading alongwith listening ability.

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Rituparna 24 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How can you tell when words end and begin in a Japanese sentence? 

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Cupid Academy Pvt. Ltd., replied | 01 Jul

The issue in Japanese is there is no concept of space. So, when everything is written in Hiragana or Katakana, it is difficult to make out, where the words begin or end for beginers

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Cupid Academy Pvt. Ltd., replied | 01 Jul

In Japanese Language there is no concept of space. Hence, when the sentence is written only in Katakana or Hiragana it is difficult to figure out where the words end and begin, for beginners. Hence, for students who have just started learning, it is better to write sentences with a space after each word. But, in reality the Japanese language makes use of 3 scripts, Hiragana, Katakana...  more»
In Japanese Language there is no concept of space. Hence, when the sentence is written only in Katakana or Hiragana it is difficult to figure out where the words end and begin, for beginners. Hence, for students who have just started learning, it is better to write sentences with a space after each word. But, in reality the Japanese language makes use of 3 scripts, Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. Hence, when all three are mixed, the words are typically in Kanji, the particles and sentence endings in Hiragana and words of foreign origin is in Katakana. So Japanese have no problem in reading and understanding. «less

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Kajal 24 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What is the meaning of tondemonai? 

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Saurav replied | 22 Jun

unexpected,no way!

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Ritesh 24 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How should I start learning Japanese as a beginner of the language? 

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Manmeet replied | 14 Jun

Start with learning some basic words and once you're done with that, start leraning Hiragana and write those words that you had learnt in Hiragana and slowly slowly you can move on to sentence formation with the help of an expert.

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Gene 24 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Suggest some reputed Japanese Language classes in Mumbai?

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Asif 23 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What is the difference between kimochi, kibun and choushi?

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Vishal replied | 28 Jun

Hi Asif,
Kimochi is basically used to represent how a person feels, what are his/her feelings.
On the other hand Kibun and choushi are used to describe the condition of a person or a machine or a thing.
Kibun is generally used for the condition of a person, whereas choushi is used for describing the condition of a machine or thing. Though in some situations they can...  more»
Hi Asif,
Kimochi is basically used to represent how a person feels, what are his/her feelings.
On the other hand Kibun and choushi are used to describe the condition of a person or a machine or a thing.
Kibun is generally used for the condition of a person, whereas choushi is used for describing the condition of a machine or thing. Though in some situations they can be used interchangeably. «less

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Mahesh 23 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How to determine onyomi and kunyomi of each kanji character?

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Anisha replied | 23 Apr

It is difficult to remember kunyoumi and onyoumi of all the kanji. What i would suggest is to learn compound words of the kanji. This will keep you out from getting confused. Also put these words into practice. :)

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Kajal Kr replied | 28 Apr

Yes, Anisha -san replied very well. you can follow Anisha-san Instruction.

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Prasad 23 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

What are the particles in Japanese and how to use the particles? 

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Kazi Smaran replied | 03 Jul

There are a number of particles in Japanese. Of them the most commonly used particles are 'wa', 'ga', 'ni', 'de', 'to', 'wo/o', 'mo', 'kara', 'made' and 'e'. Of these the particles 'ni' and 'de' have a wide variety of usage.

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Shamss 23 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

How do I practise writing sentences in Japanese?

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Anisha replied | 23 Apr

First frame out your sentences in Hindi in your mind. Then try to find the equivalent words. Apply Japanese grammar you know.
Work done :)

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Vijaya 23 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Is there a test i can take just to see what level i am at?

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Anisha replied | 23 Apr

Sure to check your Japanese level, JLPT(Japanese Language Proficiency Test) exam is conducted twice a year with 5 levels. N1 being the advance level and N5 being the beginner level.

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Abhishek 22 Apr in  Japanese Language classes

Differences between verb te form kara and verb tara sentence 

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