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This page serves as a study guide for the Japanese Language Free Japanese Course, where anyone interested can learn Japanese online for free. The objective is to gather as much knowledge about the Japanese language, structuring all the content in an organized, intuitive and easy-to-understand way for everyone.
Free Japanese Course - Study Guide
Do not consider any of the Japanese language courses or Japanese language study guides to be completed.
As you study and learn more, new pages will be created and added to the study guides, assuming the most appropriate positions.
Therefore, this small guide, which is intended to function as a Japanese course, will tend to grow continuously, always starting from the most basic topics to the most advanced ones.
If you find something incorrect or wrong, please contact me and let me know. As it takes a lot of effort to create original and quality content in a short time, some problems can happen.
Before starting the Japanese course
Before starting the Japanese course, make sure you already know the Japanese alphabet hiragana and katakana. Knowing these two alphabets, learning real Japanese will become a much easier task.
If you don't already know these two Japanese alphabets, I suggest you use the Japanese alphabet study guide to learn them. And if you have any questions about it, don't hesitate to get in touch. Right?
Despite the recommendation, nothing prevents you from continuing, but I must warn you that all texts and examples on this site are written in hiragana, katakana and kanji (the Japanese characters).
Check if you already have Japanese support
One of the most fundamental things for anyone studying Japanese online is installing the Japanese letters or have Windows Japanese support installed on your computer. There are two quick tutorials on Japanese Language that can help you with this task.
If you already have windows japanese support, you don't need to install japanese letters. But if not, I suggest reading the articles below.
For various reasons, many Japanese readers and students are unable to install Japanese support for windows (windows IME). With that in mind, I decided to make available in this study guide the best tools to write in Japanese on the computer.
They are text editors similar to Microsoft Word, where you can write in Japanese even if you don't have Windows IME (windows Japanese support) installed on your computer. Below is a list of these tools:
- Wakan – Free tool to learn Japanese
- JWPCe – Write in Japanese in a Japanese text editor
- Ajax IME – Write in Japanese online
- How to write in Japanese on Windows?
How about taking a look at the intro articles?
The list of articles below serve as an introduction to the Japanese language, sharing my knowledge of some curious facts and warning you about everything you should know before starting your Japanese course.
- How to get the best out of this course
- word order in japanese
- How to use Japanese alphabet
- Japanese writing styles
- The punctuation of Japanese texts
Free Japanese Course Study Guide
Below is the list of articles organized for a better use of the studied subjects.
Over time, I intend to improve the articles in order to pass on more knowledge about these subjects, in addition to adding new articles as needed.
- How to write Japanese lyrics (kanjis)
- Basic Japanese Vocabulary for Beginners
- How to say goodbye in Japanese
- the numbers in japanese
- fundamental japanese grammar
- How to ask questions in Japanese
- When to use nan or nani in Japanese
- the days of the week in Japanese
- the months of the year in Japanese
- How to write the year in Japanese
- Personal Pronouns in Japanese
- The subject of Japanese sentences
- DESU – The verb to be in Japanese
- Relating nouns in Japanese
- Japanese possessive pronouns
- Demonstrative pronouns in Japanese
- nouns in japanese
- Countries and nationalities in Japanese
- how to tell time in japanese
- Types of Japanese Adjectives
- The adjectives i in Japanese
- The adjectives in Japanese
- How to use adjectives in Japanese
- Japanese treatment pronouns
- Basic particles in Japanese
- Particles for the end of sentences in Japanese
- The verbs aru and iru in Japanese
- Japanese verbs in groups
- The informal way of verbs in Japanese
- The masu form of Japanese verbs
- Kazoku – The family in Japanese
- adverbs in japanese
- The future tense in Japanese – Simple and fast
- how to curse in japanese
- The TE form of Japanese verbs
- Counters to count in Japanese
- body parts in japanese
- Expressions of Daily Life in Japanese
- Japanese culture and everyday expressions
- Japanese Verbal Expressions
- Japanese onomatopoeias
- Commands and imperative phrases in Japanese
- Japanese verbs in the TAI form
- How to say you want something in Japanese
- Plans and intentions with TSUMORI
- Koto ga dekiru – Porder and not power in Japanese
- Potential form of Japanese verbs
- How to allow and disallow in Japanese
- Mashou form of Japanese verbs
Supplementary articles for learning Japanese
A few more useful articles that can help you on this journey of how to learn japanese much more efficiently:
- Preply: Hire Private Language Lessons
- Koko Soko Asoko
- Kore Sore Are (これ それ あれ)
- Arimasu and Imasu (あります – います)
- How to add audio to anki with AwesomeTTS plugin
- Katakana: Full table
- Hiragana: Full Table
- Japanese numbers from 1 to 20
- Kenji Sensei Club: Japanese Online Course
I hope that you enjoyed!