There might be more footage coming from an unreleased skit, but this is the last George VS Chie ever! I don't have any plans to ever work with Chie again as she completely blew us off for the relaunch of Japanese Topics Mania. I really wanted to work with
In 2015 George VS Chie had 3 reunion shows. This is the 2nd show of those shows.
George VS Chie Japanese Topics Battle Show #10 The original series abruptly stopped after the 9th show. This is 8 years since that last of the original series released.
[Course 1 Lesson B] Someone pointed out that despite the name of the book series being "Japanese From Zero!" we hadn't even mentioned the number zero once. Well this is a huge mistake for sure. So I present to you the PREQUEL to Japanese numbers! The thre
[Course 1 Lesson B] Put your Japanese learning caps on! The bigger Japanese numbers can be challenging, but I promise you not impossible. In this video I teach the "Zero Method" to converting large English numbers to Japanese and vice-versa. It will take
[Course 1 Lesson B] Now that we can count to 9,999 in Japanese let's bump that number up to 99,999 all we need to do is add ONE more word to our vocabulay to do this. Well... that and add a completely new concept that doesn't exist in English. 5 Japanese
[Course 1 Lesson B] Japanese counting after 99 is also PRETTY easy. You just have to learn 2 new words and a few exception rules and you can easily now count from 1-9999 in Japanese. The 2 new words we need for this video are: 100 - hyaku (byaku, ppyaku)
[Course 1 Lesson B] Japanese counting is ACTUALLY easier than English counting since Japanese doesn't have as many unique numbers. With just 10 new words (the first 10 numbers) you can make up to 99 numbers. Be sure to visit the website to see the full le
[Course 1 Lesson A] Japanese pronunciation is one of the easiest out of all the Asian languages. It is based on just five simple vowel sounds. Once you master those vowel sounds they rest of the sounds are easy as cake. Even if you pronounce your Japanese
[Course 1 Lesson A] Your first day learning Japanese is exciting! So much to think about??? How should I start? What is important? Let's dive into the topic of how to start learning Japanese! Japanese From Zero! (http://yesj.us/I) book series written by G
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