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Konnichiwa, Sarah desu. Sharing information on Japan and the language. Follow along, download resources and start learning Sukoshi Nihongo.

Konnichiwa, Sarah desu. Sharing information on Japan and the language. Follow along, download resources and start learning Sukoshi Nihongo.
Type Japanese in Google Docs
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Type Japanese in Google Docs

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To get started typing Japanese script (Hiragana, Katakana or Kanji), students will need to set Japanese as the input language. This exercise sheet will show them how, along with plenty of worked examples and handy tips so they can easily begin typing their own Japanese words and sentences. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 6 Teaching Duration: 1 Hour Approx - (Good handout to keep for future reference)
Hiragana - Chart, Explanation & Examples
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Hiragana - Chart, Explanation & Examples

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An ideal handout for any student starting out in Japanese. This download includes a hiragana chart along with chart explanation (Reading the Hiragana Chart, GoJuuon, Dakuten Modifiers, Handakuten Modifiers, Youon), and example hiragana words with pronunciation of each word spelled out phonetically for easy reading. Help your students on their way to studying Hiragana. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 4 Teaching Duration: 1 hour Approx - (Good handout to keep for future reference)
Type Japanese in Windows 10
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Type Japanese in Windows 10

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To get started typing Japanese script (Hiragana, Katakana or Kanji) across all Windows programs, students will need to add Japanese as the input language. This worksheet will show them how, along with plenty of worked examples and handy tips so they can easily begin typing their own Japanese words and sentences. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 7 Teaching Duration: 1 Hour Approx - (Good handout to keep for future reference)
English Words Borrowed from Japanese
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English Words Borrowed from Japanese

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Japanese Loanwords: students may already know more Japanese than they realize and be surprised by some of the English words that are borrowed from the Japanese language. How many do they recognize? An ideal handout for students starting out in Japanese. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 1 Price: Free Teaching Duration: 30 Minutes Approx
Japan - Quick Facts
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Japan - Quick Facts

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Giving some background information on Japan, this handout is ideal for students starting out in Japanese. Download and start learning about Japan. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 1 Price: Free Teaching Duration: 30 Minutes Approx
Adding Macrons in Google Docs
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Adding Macrons in Google Docs

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This worksheet will help students wanting to type words that use macrons. Macrons, letters with a bar over the top, can be used to represent long vowel sounds in Japanese. Adding macrons is super easy with Google Docs. To create macrons for the five vowels, both upper and lowercase i.e. Ā Ī Ū Ē Ō and ā ī ū ē ō, students can use the special characters panel, which offers three options. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 1 Price: Free Teaching Duration: 30 Minutes Approx
Japanese Words Borrowed from English
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Japanese Words Borrowed from English

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Gairaigo: Somewhere around the 17th century (1601 – 1700), Japan began borrowing words from the English language. The Japanese for borrowed word is Gairaigo [guy-rye-go]. This download will list a few of the more obvious gairaigo and is an ideal handout for students starting out in Japanese. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 1 Price: Free Teaching Duration: 30 Minutes Approx
Adding Macrons in Microsoft Word
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Adding Macrons in Microsoft Word

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This worksheet will help students wanting to type words that use macrons. Macrons, letters with a bar over the top, can be used to represent long vowel sounds in Japanese. Adding macrons is straightforward with Microsoft Word. Students can even set up shortcuts to speed up their workflow. This download includes an example to create macrons for the five vowels, both upper and lowercase i.e. Ā Ī Ū Ē Ō and ā ī ū ē ō. File Formats: PDF & MS Word No. of Files: 2 Editable: Fully Editable No. of Pages: 1 Price: Free Teaching Duration: 30 Minutes Approx