Friday, August 12, 2016

College and More

My name is Adam.  I am 23 years old.  I  am still living with my parents.  I've attended Des Moines Area community college for two years, earning an associates degree in Information Technology Network Administration and attended Iowa State University for a few years as well.  Due to a recent a recent job loss, my dad's job took us to Indiana, and I came along with as I do not have the cash to support myself on my own yet.  This did not let me complete my bachelors degree at Iowa State University.  However, due to a recent family illness (cancer), this led us to being in Indiana earlier than what we planned.  I am starting to look for a job, but it is tough, especially with no job experience and very little people you can use as references.  I am also just learning how to drive and have a fear of driving.  This also makes it hard to get a job as well.  As I am looking for a job, any extra help for paying off my loans is definetly appreciated.  Even if the help is with a job, advice, or a little help with money, all the help is greatly appreciated and I will return the favor.  You can visit my website at and find ways to contact me there or you can contact me through gofundme.
Thank you for reading,
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Thank you again for all your help and support!  Be on the lookout for more Japanese material to come!  Also feel free to check out my educational website at for other non Japanese lessons!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Katakana Vowel Sounds

Here are the Japanese Katakana Vowel sounds, the Katakana sound the same as the Hiragana, but they are written differently.

A - ア
I - イ
U - ウ
E - エ
O - オ

The links

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Challange Quiz!

For a challenge, study all the hiragana characters and take the test over all of them in my hiragana quizlet folder!  (Note I don't know if you need an account or not)
Post what you get in the comments!

Next steps: Vocab? Grammar? Katakana? You're choice!

Last Japanese Hiragana Characters - W

These are the final characters!
Wo is pronounced O, but it is typed on a keyboard wo.
And here is how you write them!

The links:

Japanese Hiragana R Sounds

2 More sets! They are getting a bit harder, because some of the characters are looking like others!
The R Sounds are a combination of R, L, and D.  Look in the links for pronunciation!
Here is how you write them:

and the links:

Japanese Hiragana Y Sounds

There are only 3 hiragana sounds in this section!
Here is how you write them

and the links:

Japanese Hiragana M Sounds

Here's the M Sounds! We are getting close to the end!
Some of the characters look similar to other ones so be careful!

and of course, here's the links!