Category Archives: 猿も

猿も木から落ちる ”Even monkeys fall from trees.” A saying meaning “everyone makes mistakes” is the motto of this category of JapanTree posts. I’ll be sharing thoughts on how we all (even native speakers) make mistakes, what lessons we can learn from that, and what things we shouldn’t assume.

猿も木から落ちる

Nobody’s perfect 🙂

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Japanese People Forget How To Write Kanji – How to remember the kanji with mnemonics

  Don’t let it happen to you! Learn to write kanji by mnemonics and you just might remember them long after that classroom kanji test… Learning kanji without mnemonics is like learning to spell without having learnt the alphabet!!!!

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