Japanese Language

  • Published on : 20/07/2017
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Japanese Language

Le hiragana "a" dérive du kanji 安 (an) qui signifie "paix"

Hiragana and Katakana : How to learn Japanese

Taught to Japan students in their first year of school from the age of six, hiragana and katakana are the essential prerequisites for learning the Japanese language.

The Japanese language does not know Mr., Mrs. or Miss

Personal suffixes in Japanese

The Japanese language does not know Mr., Mrs. or Miss. Instead, it has suffixes that come after people's first or last names.

Japanese numbers

Counting in Japanese

To know how to count in Japanese, it is not enough to learn Japanese numbers. In reality, it all depends on what you are counting!

The Japanese language does not know Mr., Mrs. or Miss

15 Interesting Facts About the Japanese Language

Japanese is a fascinating language for a Westerner, made up of multiple ideograms, many homophones and a grammar far very different from other languages.

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