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Easy Japanezy 易しい日本語 : かなあ Kana!!! 「字幕」

28 May


Hey all! Here is another quick Japanese lesson for you! In this lesson, I teach how to use “Kana”!

As explained in the video, Kana can be used when you are wondering about things such as “I wonder what day of the week it is” and “I wonder if he is going to drink that” etc. For example:

Verb informal + kana:

彼が話すかなあ – I wonder if he is going to speak…

お母さんがテレビを見るかなあ – I wonder if my mum is going to watch television…

However, Kana can also be used in relation to yourself when you are thinking about what you should do…For example, what you should wear, what you should eat, what you should drink, what you should watch.

Verb volitional form + Kana

これを飲もうかなあ。。。 – I wonder if I should drink this…

それを食べようかなあ。。。- I wonder if I should eat that…

そこに座ろうかなあ。。。 – I wonder if I should sit there…

It’s all pretty simple really! I hope you understood that and now know how to use Kana!! Any questions send me an email!! ❤ ❤

Love, Destiny Rose xxx

Is Japanese Hard??? 日本語の勉強。。。難しい???

13 Jan



The question “Is studying Japanese hard?”, is a question which dwells in the hearts of almost everybody lol. Well, It’s not just Japanese, but I think that learning any foreign language is probably difficult. However, the more you study a language, the easier it becomes. If you study seriously, then it is not that difficult. If you want to study a foreign language, then you have to dedicate yourself to studying, and you really have to concentrate on your studies! Having done that, you will then be able to learn any foreign language. So basically, yes the general view is that learning Japanese is difficult, but whether or not it’s difficult I think depends on your attitude to your Japanese studies. If you think it’s difficult, then it’s difficult. If you think it’s not difficult, then it’s not.

Simple. lol.

Love, Miss Dezzy xxx

Japanese Lower-Intermediate Listening Practice!!! 中級者の聞き取りの練習!!! 「字幕」

1 Jan



Hey everyone! ALL OF MY VIDEOS can be used for listening practice in Japanese, and so here is another video for you all! The Japanese used here is aimed at lower-intermediate learners but even if you are higher or lower, listen and see if you can understand all that I am saying! Enjoy!

Love, Miss Dezzy xxx

みんなの日本語Ⅱ(初級Ⅱ)Minna No Nihongo II ~~~ ☆☆

22 Oct
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Copyright © 2012 Japaneze Jusu. All Rights Reserved.

Minna no Nihongo II text book is aimed at beginners and also those who aren’t complete beginners. This is perhaps, a lower-intermediate text book. This book is connected to the Minna No Nihongo I series in that this is a continuation. By using this book, you will not only build your vocabulary, but you will also build your grammar and deepen your knowledge of Japanese. Like Minna No Nihongo I, this book also contains vocabulary lists, grammar explanations and more. I have always been a fan of Minna no Nihongo from a long time ago, and so if I am asked by anyone “What beginners/lower intermediate text book do you think is the best?”, then I would always recommend this book…always!!! If you haven’t used Minna no Nihongo I, then I would suggest that you use Minna no Nihongo 1 before you use this book! Click here to read both of my reviews Minna no Nihongo I (First Review)

Minna no Nihongo I (Second Review)

Copyright © 2012 Japaneze Jusu. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright © 2012 Japaneze Jusu. All Rights Reserved.



Love, Miss Dezzy xxx

Eazy Japanezy!!! 易しい日本語!!! Masaka! まさか!

7 Sep


Hey everyone! Today is another Japanese lesson! Yay! Today we are learning the phrase – “Masaka”. In order to understand how to use “Masaka”, then please continue reading! lol



  • I never thought that。。。まさか (Add sentence) とは思わなかった!

Example: まさか!雪が降るとは思わなかった!I never thought that it would snow!

  • Don’t tell me that。。。まさか (Add sentence) んじゃないでしょうね/んじゃないだろうね!

Examples: まさか!私の誕生日を忘れたんじゃないでしょうね!Don’t tell me that you forgot my birthday!

まさか!会社を辞めるんじゃないだろうね!Don’t tell me that you are going to quit the company!

Easy right! Now you know how to use Masaka! 簡単じゃん!今は「まさか」の使い方分かってきましたね!

Love, Miss Dezzy xxx

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