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These sites contain information about the Japanese language. Included are interactive activities for students to practice Japanese grammar, pronunciation, writing, and Japanese vocabulary. Includes eThemes resources for Country: Japan.

Grades

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  • 10,
  • 11,
  • 12

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Start learning Japanese at a basic level with 10 lessons designed to walk you through the stepping stones to Japanese language acquisition. When you are ready, move on to conquer the 13 intermediate lessons provided. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Learn more about Japanese writing systems and pronunciation. Sections include Hiragana, Katakana, additional sounds, Kanji, basic numbers and age, and a chapter summary and practice. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Discover how to use nouns and adjectives correctly in the Japanese language. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Learn how to use verbs in Japanese. Sections include particles used with verbs, existence verbs, negative verbs, polite verbs, desire and volition, telling time, question words and particles, adverbs, verb clauses, and a chapter summary and practice. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Explore how to utilize the verb clause along with different verb tense in Japanese. Sections include progressive tense, past verb tense, state-of-being past tense, verb sequences, listing multiple verbs, phrasing verb clauses, experiences, transitive and intransitive, and a chapter summary and practice. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Learn how to count and tell the date and time in Japanese. Sections include the numeric system, counting and counters, dates and time, various amounts, comparisons, and a chapter summary and practice. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Discover how to express various degrees of certainty about things that are possible, probable, and conditional in Japanses. Sections include expressing potential, various degrees of certainty, appearances and hearsay, trying, conditional, phrasing questions, and a chapter summary and practice. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Practice talking about things you may or may not have to do in Japanese. Sections include consequences, required actions, asking for favors, making requests, making suggestions, command forms, and a chapter summary and practice. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
This basic grammar guide provides you information on using Japanese. Sections include the writing system, basic grammar, essential grammar, special expressions, and advanced topics. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
A guide to installing and using Japanese on a PC running Microsoft Office.
Learn how to use Japanese on your Macintosh computer.
This article provides information on installing Japanese on Ubuntu, Linux-based systems.
Use this popup Japanese-English/German/French/Russian dictionary extension for Firefox, Thunderbird, and Seamonkey to aid in your Japanese language acquisition.
Discover English words that are derived from the Japanese language, learn Japanese characters, and study about Japanese culture.
Choose from one of 12 sections of Japanese Lessons. Sections include: Where do I begin?, introductory lessons, basic lessons, grammar/expressions, Japanese writing for beginners, Kanji lessons, Hiragana lessons, Hiragana culture lessons, Katakana lessons, Japanese culture lessons, sound files, audio phrasebook, simple japanese phrases, phrase of the day, word of the day, question of the week, japan quiz, toy chest, Namiko's blog lessons, and feature articles. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Learn the Japanese alphabet online. Sections include Japanese language charts, character rules, similar hiragana, and similar katakana NOTE: This site includes ads.
Practice writing hiragana - site demonstrates stroke order and corresponding sound.
This online Japanese-English dictionary allows you type in a keyword and search using romanized Japanese with the opportunity to restrict the search to common words, require exact word-matches (English keys), and limit matching to the start of words (kanji keys only).
Here is another online Japanese dictionary that allows you to find words, kanji and example sentences. It also allows you to search for a word individually or a specific context. NOTE: This site includes ads. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board. (forums, message boards, etc.)
Practice your Japanese vocabulary with these printable kanji flash cards on pdf.
This printable PDF includes the standard hiragana, katakana and the extended katakana syllables - 249 flash cards in 21 double-sided pages.
Use this program to generate flashcards for use in acquiring Japanese. The dictionary databases include a general (10,000 entry), idioms, technology, law, marketing, finance, life sciences, verbs, and aviation terms.
Play these interactive games while practicing Hiragana and sounds, vocabulary, kanji and meaning, and Kanji and Hiragana. NOTE: Flash Player is required to run these games.
Discover what your first names looks like in Japanese. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Link to a comprehensive list of Japanese language learning tools online.
These sites have information about Japan's history, geography, language, education, and culture. Students can learn about samurai warriors, read haiku poetry, or see how rice is traditionally grown. There are maps, photographs, printouts, and more. Included is an eThemes resource on Asia.

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