Hello, my fellow ninjas! Today I'm going to give you 10 ways you can improve your Japanese today. Ganbatte-ne! 一 Watch
Medicine in Japan How to find and buy Paracetamol / acetaminophen / Ibuprofen / Aspirin in Japan We have loads of different types of medicine / tablets but I think most people want to use the same one that you are used to taking in your own country. Plus Japanese tablets usually contain some different ingredients such as caffeine so I’m only listing tablets that DO NOT contain caffeine or other ingredients. Acetaminophen / Paracetamol / Tylenol (For headache, fever etc... *Please check what you need online) You can get Tylenol= タイレノール (tairenooru). https://www.amazon.co.jp/%E3%82%BF%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AC%E3%83%8E%E3%83%BC%E3%83%AB-%E3%80%90%E7%AC%AC2%E9%A1%9E%E5%8C%BB%E8%96%AC%E5%93%81%E3%80%91%E3%82%BF%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AC%E3%83%8E%E3%83%BC%E3%83%ABA-20%E9%8C%A0/dp/B00B0LN708 On the official US website ( https://www.tylenol.com/safety-dosing/usage/dosage-for-adults) it says adults can take 2 tablets every 4-6 hours. One regular-strength tablet contains 325 mg and one extra-strength tablet contains 500mg. As for Paracetamol, each one contains 500 mg and adults can take 2 tablets up to four times a day.(Both paracetamol and tylenol are the same thing.)
Thank you for ... & You're welcome in Japanese (NATIVE WAY) Saying "thank you" is one of the most important
Japanese Days of the Week - The Easiest Way to Remember! Mnemonics Series We have suffixes for the days of the week – 曜日 “youbi”. So if you remember the parts without this suffix, you are good to go! Before we start the mnemonics way, I'll explain each words. Monday – 月曜日 GETSU-youbi 月 つき means the moon. 月 has two more readings, and one of them is げつ (GEtsu) The words that use "getsu" as the reading in words :
The Ultimate Guide to : は (wa) VS が (ga) particles I know that most beginners get overwhelmed and stumble when it comes to this topic. It's probably one of the most common questions I get as well. In this ultimate guide, I'll explain the differences between the は (wa) particle and the が (ga) particle. は (wa*) particle *The hiragana は should be pronounced as "Ha" in or as a word. (e.g はやい hayai = early / quick / fast) But as a particle it's always pronounced as "Wa". It's called a "topic marker", so it shows what the topic of the sentence is. ＡはＢです。 A wa B desu= Speaking of A, it is B. A is the topic here. Remember, Japanese particles modify the preceding word. Though A is the topic, it does NOT mean that A is the main focus in the sentence. "Aは" is just an introduction to say "I'm going to talk about A!", so what comes AFTER は is actually stressed.
Japanese Vocabulary – #30 The 30 day DAJARE Challenge The Dajare (Japanese puns) for the 30th (final!!!) day is... 息子