Click here to get Cheap Online Japanese Lessons! Click here to see Top 100 Bible Verses in Japanese Number 21-30 #31 Isaiah 53:5: But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed. しかし彼はわれわれのとがのために傷つけられ、われわれの不義のために砕かれたのだ。 彼はみずから懲しめをうけて、われわれに平安を与え、その打たれた傷によって、われわれはいやされたのだ。 Kanji Used – 彼 – He (Kare) / 傷 – Wound … Continue reading Top 100 Most Read Bible Verses in Japanese – Number 31- 40
As many of you know, I am currently developing an Android App that will teach you Japanese by reading the bible, I have been able to learn many Kanji by transcribing popular bible verses, and the app itself will contain the top 100 most read scripture passages according to biblegateway. Click here to get Cheap Online Japanese Lessons! #1 John 3:16: For God so loved … Continue reading Top 100 Most Read Bible Verses in Japanese – Number 1-10
Click here to get Cheap Online Japanese Lessons! John Chapter 3 Verse 16 John 3:16 This is one of the most famous verses of the bible and some people claim that it can summarize the gospel in a nutshell. You have heard it yourself more than likely. Click here to get Cheap Online Japanese Lessons! Breakdown: English: For God so loved the world, that he … Continue reading Bible Japanese: John 3:16 Furigana Hiragana Bible
Yesterday My wife and I were able to have the opportunity to take the JLPT N4 Practice exam. Here are the key take-aways. 1) You know much less Kanji than you think you do. 2) You know much less Grammar than you think you do. 3) You know much less than you think you do. I would say that after 6 months of study, we … Continue reading What I learned taking the JLPT N4 Practice Test – Steps to study going forward.
Japan is an interesting place and most foreigners will find things that they don’t understand. One of the most comically different things is Japanese body gestures and body language. Check out these five funny gestures below! More Japanese Lessons! Please! / I’m sorry! You can ask please by putting your hands together and saying onegaishimasu. You can also use this gesture to say that you are … Continue reading Top 5 Funny Japanese Body Language Gestures