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Easy Japanese Grammar

Welcome to our Easy Japanese Grammar site. You will find short video tutorials here explaining Basic and Intermediate Japanese Grammar patterns in clear and easy to follow English. You will also find apps to help you learn the key conjugations and transformations, and short self-grading exercises to check your mastery.

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  • Each tutorial gives you example sentences, then takes you through how to use the patterns step by step.
  • You’ll find information about the main uses as well as common pitfalls for each point.
  • You can learn at your own pace whenever you like, and pause and rewind the video tutorials as many times as you like until you are ready to move on.
  • Most of the tutorials are all less than five minutes and you can use them to revise patterns you already know or learn new ones.

You will need to be able to read Hiragana and Katakana to follow the examples, but apart from that – it’s easy! Just browse the tutorials using the categories on the left, or use the site search. Have fun!

You can access Nouns and Adjectives, Verbs and Particles without a subscription, but you will need to subscribe to Easy Japanese Grammar to view the Joining Sentences and Sentence Ending sections. You can subscribe from the Shop button to the left.

Companion Teaching Slides to the videos also are available for purchase from the Shop

Easy Japanese Grammar video tutorials are suitable for English-speaking students of Japanese language; senior high school students looking to revise or learn new grammar patterns; extension topics for beginners; teachers of Japanese; people studying for the Japanese Proficiency Test; English speakers living in Japan looking for informal, on demand tutorials.

The tutorials have been prepared by fully qualified teachers of Japanese language: Julie Devine has a Masters of Applied Linguistics and Level 1 of the Japanese Proficiency Test; Eri Tomita has extensive experience teaching Japanese as a Second Language in Australia.

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