JAPANESE LEARNING VIDEOS
I have started SingaPeraPera to help students to enjoy learning and mastering the Japanese language. These are some snippets of my learning videos. If you are interested to learn more, please do contact me.
Learning Videos & Postings
Japanese Lesson: CREATE MY STORIES WITH INTERESTING TOPICS (Video) 楽しいトピックで作る自分のストーリー (ビデオ）Often Japanese learners found it difficult to use the language outside the classroom. This course enables such learners to use it with confidence. Given interesting topics such...
Japanese made simple: Let’s learn how to invite your friends.
どうもありがとう(Doomo Arigatoo) VS ありがとうございます (Arigatoo gozaimasu). When you want to say “thank you” know the difference between the two!
お元気ですか。(Ogenki desu ka?) is not the only way to say “Hi!“ to your friends. Let’s learn more expressions!
Have you heard of Share Hotel? Learn essential vocabularies for hotel check-in at the same time.
I took this video when I was desperately looking for my hotel in Tokyo. How much information can you catch?
David speaks Japanese fluently. Let’s ask him how he has learned Japanese.
Travel Japan&Learn Japanese: While cycling in my hometown, I could find so many vegetables & fruits. Seeing harvests must be nothing special for local people, but refreshing for Singaporeans & myself who only see fresh vegetables in supermarkets and on dining tables.
Singapore Life: There are many counting words in Japanese. Let’s learn some of them at the fruit & vegetable corner in a supermarket. Japanese made simple! 日本語の助数詞をスーパーの青果コーナーで学ぼう！
If only you could find out good eating place, shops, and sightseeing spots, your trip would be more exciting! So let’s talk to locals what you want to do and ask for a recommendation. Japanese made simple.
In Japanese language there are polite form & casual form in communicating. Find out when to use which form and have fun to understand Japanese culture.
Using 「ne ね」「yo よ」「ka か」at the end of sentences makes conversation more friendly. With this video, you’ll be clearer when to use them correctly. Japanese made simple!
Let’s ask many questions using “___ wa?” Enjoy learning!