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Ha, wa(は), or wa(わ)? When do I use which? – Japanese is easy!

Something that every Japanese student has noticed. Why is は pronounced in two different ways and how do we spell Konnichiwa and Konbanwa? Overview –Ha, wa(は), or wa(わ)? Similarly enough…

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The Japanese particle: Sae(さえ): “Only”, “Even”, and “Didn’t even”.

The Japanese particle: Sae(さえ) – “Only”, “Even”, and “Didn’t even”.: Although a bit confusing, -sae is actually quite an advanced word that when used might make people think you’re more…

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How to Remember Japanese Particles

How to Remember Japanese Particles :“Particles, particles…will I ever learn all of these Japanese particles?” If you’re wondering this, you’re no different than Japanese people learning English prepositions—they too find…

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