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Pausing and Phrasing

Text of the article ストレスの対処法 あなたが大切にしている事柄についてまず考えてみましょう。その中には健康,人への接し方,人生の目標や優先順位の高いものなどがあります。この記事では,ストレスにうまく対処し,ストレスを和らげるのに役立つアドバイスを紹介しています。 END OF ARTICLE (more practice below) (after the shorter phrasing, practice the longer phrase breaks; in green below) To learn the kanji (& practice writing them) ストレスの対処法 すとれす の たいしょほう あなた が たいせつ に している ことがら について まず かんがえてみましょう。 1021*against 1288*dispose of/ or manage 1258*law あなたが 398*big 167*cut / […]

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日本語だけで! Getting by in only Japanese!(a Yasuke Tip)

TABLE OF CONTENTS 目次Explanation 説明ネイティブのように (like a “native”) ~ものthings ~ことmovement, feelings, situationsそれは何だっけ?_は日本語で何だっけな

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Yasuke Tips: Unusual LevelUps. How self-learning Japanese Sign Language (JSL) is helping me keep up my Japanese

I use lots of different methods to keep up my Japanese. As I have mentioned elsewhere, I force myself to use Japanese through tutoring, membership in Japanese associations, and other ways. I also have a few good Japanese friends (but they can be too busy for regular practice). I also use HiNative to get a […]

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Yasuke Tips (For Teachers) – Using Erin.ne.jp to teach Japanese, especially immersion lessons.

A very quick write up of a topic I hope to delve deeper into later… Erin.ne.jp, the Japanese teacher/tutor’s Swiss Army Knife. On the surface this website might seem to only match self-study and for only certain kinds of students. But let’s take a closer look.

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Yasuke Tip: Using Yahoo’s 知恵袋 to get a deeper understanding of Japanese

Let’s say you want to know the difference between two similar Japanese words. For example, 新し と 新たな. You can google “新しと新たなの違いは” and get good results. But you can also try Yahoo’s ChieBukuro (Knowledge Bag) to dig deeper. Here’s how.

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