10 Useful Japanese Honorifics in Business email!

10 Useful Japanese Honorifics in Business email!

Japanese honorifics are fundamental in the sociolinguistics of the Japanese. Thus, When exchanging business emails with them, for appropriateness, respect and proficiency, foreigners who want to make business dealings in Japan, must know how to start, write and end an email with Japanese honorifics. [Continue Reading…]

10 Useful Phrases to Say “See You” in Japanese!

10 Useful Phrases to Say "See You" in Japanese!

Have you thought about greeting fluently in Japanese? Japanese has many ways to say “See you.” Today, I’ll introduce 10 useful ways to say “See you” in Japanese. Check it out![Continue Reading…]

20 Useful Words to Say Colors in Japanese!

20 Useful Words to Say Colors in Japanese

Learning to say colors in Japanese is important for students of the language, as they are fundamental in describing the world. Yet how we describe colors is closely related to how we perceive them, and that, along with idiomatic uses, says a lot about our culture. [Continue Reading…]

10 manly Phrases to Say “I Like You / It” in Japanese!

10 manly Phrases to Say “I Like You or It” in Japanese!

In Japanese, there are words and phrases considered masculine and feminine. These words are often spoken when with peers or family members. Neutral words and phrases are used mostly spoken when with co-workers, boss or superiors. I like you in Japanese manly phrases is different from neutral or feminine terms for I like you.[Continue Reading…]

10 Girly Phrases to Say “I Like You / It” in Japanese!

10 Girly Phrases to Say “I Like You or It” in Japanese!

“Onnanoko rashii” means ladylike or feminine in Japanese. Behaving and speaking in onnanokorashii way is being polite or respectful. Expressing fondness or i like you in Japanese in girly phrases is different from the masculine expressions. Linguistically, [Continue Reading…]

8 Natural Ways to Say Today Tomorrow Yesterday in Japanese!

8 Natural Ways to Say Today Tomorrow Yesterday in Japanese!

The Japanese language is complex. Its complexity is seen through the nuances that express politeness and formality. The terms or expressions of today, yesterday and tomorrow in Japanese varies depending on the level of formality and respect. Be aware of these terms especially when talking to older people, superiors or peers.[Continue Reading…]