Learn Japanese


My name is Patrick and I love learning and teaching foreign languages.

Of course Japanese is one of my favourite languages and I created this blog to give you the opportunity to learn Japanese free of charge, all by yourself.

So, how does it work?

Well, I am more than convinced that VOCABULARY is essential. Without knowing many words, you won’t be able to finish any sentence, right?

We all know what it looks like when we start a sentence, then stop, because there’s a word we cannot translate into Japanese…

Not anymore!

Every day, on my twitter account (japanesexxx), you’ll find new words, expressions or sentences in Japanese.

Every 8 Japanese words I post a video on Youtube with the pronunciation, and a quizz follows.

So first you pick up new words one at a time on Twitter, then you listen to the pronunciation on Youtube, and finally you take the test.

That way you’ll build a vast and solid vocabulary in Japanese and you will finally speak Japanese fluently πŸ™‚

Leave a comment ?


  1. Hello!
    I’m a Japanese πŸ˜›
    My name is Yurie.
    My friends call me Yurietty.
    I’m a high school student(1st grade).
    I want to study English.
    So if you are OK, I want you to excange e-mail and teach me English.
    Thank you reading^^
    Good bye! πŸ™‚

  2. Hello Yurie, I would love to teach you English (I’m not the owner of this blog), could you teach me Japanese (I don’t know anything except arigato and konichua XD) πŸ™‚

  3. hello! my name is Idriss,20 from morocco. i want to study Japanese, and lets exchange each other our languages πŸ˜€

  4. Hi ! )
    My name is Vitaly
    I’m from Moldova of Republic
    I’m a student
    I want to study English !!! )

    Thank’s for attention !!! (:

  5. Hi! πŸ™‚
    My name is Elsa. I’m from Peru.
    I like others languages, for example Japanese, English and Korean. I want learning more.
    Thank you.
    Good bye!! πŸ˜€

  6. I am an Egyptian who adores languages. Recently I have been attracted by the Japanese language spurred on by the pictograms of kanji, so I hope your site helps me a lot to get acquainted with the Japanese language and fathom its secrets.

    • Hello,you said you are spurred on by the kanji,then why don’t you learn Mandarin Chinese directly?

      • I do πŸ™‚
        Although there are simplified characters in Mandarin Chinese that don’t exist as such in Japanese.

        • Happy new year!Where are you from? πŸ˜€
          In Japanese there also exist a number of simplified characters,though not as many as those used in China.
          I think it’s not bad to use those simplified characters,after all,it saves many time and makes people easier to recognize them and has never caused any trouble to understand classical literature.What do you think of?

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