Essential Vocabulary for Sports and Exercise in Japanese

Essential Vocabulary for Sports and Exercise in Japanese by Pep Talk Radio | Feb 24, 2023 Register For the Online Japanese Event Sports and exercise are essential components of our daily lives. Engaging in physical activity allows us to maintain our physical health and lead a healthy and active lifestyle. In this article, we will go over key vocabulary and phrases to help you learn to talk about sports and exercise in Japanese. Content Vocabulary for Sports Popular Sports in Japan Talking About Sports in Japanese Useful Phrases for the Conversation Vocabulary for Sports Sports and exercise are an...

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Talking About Food in Japanese: Key Vocabulary and Phrases

Talking About Food in Japanese: Key Vocabulary and Phrases by Pep Talk Radio | Jan 28, 2023 Register For the Online Japanese Event Whether you’re dining out in Japan or trying to cook Japanese food yourself, knowing food vocabulary and phrases will help you have a more enjoyable experience. In this guide, we’ll cover everything from restaurant etiquette to cooking terminology to ingredient names. With the help of this article, you’ll be well on your way to discussing food fluently in Japanese! Content Japanese Food Vocabulary Ordering Food and Drinks Useful Restaurant Words and Phrases Types of Japanese Cuisine...

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Pets and Animals in Japanese – Learn the Vocabulary and Culture

Pets and Animals in Japanese – Learn the Vocabulary and Culture by Pep Talk Radio | Jan 22, 2023 Register For the Online Japanese Event Japan has a long and rich history of keeping pets and interacting with animals. While some animals like dogs and cats are common pets around the world, others like the Japanese raccoon dog (tanuki) are more uniquely Japanese. Learning the Japanese words for common pets and animals is a great way to expand your vocabulary. Covered Topics Common Household Pets Farm, Zoo, and Wild Animals Pet Care Vocabulary Uninvited Household Pests Japanese Pet Culture &...

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Duolingo Classes & Events Alternatives

"I am still learning." – Michelangelo Duolingo Classes & Events Alternatives by Pep Talk Radio | Dec 23, 2022 Duolingo left thousands of language learners in shock with the announcement of retiring the classes and events. Not only the learners but hundreds of amazing hosts and language teachers are also feeling disappointed. While many hosts and learners are showing their anger on different social media platforms, some are also trying to create or find the alternatives. Without a doubt it was one of the best and the cleanest platforms to meet native speakers of many different languages. All the...

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Benefits of Listening Comprehension Practice

"The art of conversation lies in listening." – Malcom Forbes Benefits of Listening Comprehension Practice by Pep Talk Radio People have always underestimated the power of listening and given too much importance to speaking. Everyone wants to learn how to speak but they fail to understand that unless you learn to listen, you can never be good at speaking. Learning to listen may not be easy. Out in the real world, even familiar vocabulary can sound confusing in someone else’s mouth. The same English language can sound completely different depending on where the speaker is from. Someone from the...

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Duolingo Korean Events – Benefits of Learning in 2024

”Change your language and you change your thoughts.” Duolingo Korean Events – Benefits of Learning in 2024 by Pep Talk Radio Lately everyone around the world has been fascinated by Korean language. Especially after the rise of BTS (Bangtan Boys), everyone wants to learn Korean. In recent news, Duolingo has made the decision to permanently close its language events platform. You can still find the details of some Duolingo hosts at the end of this article. While this may disappoint language enthusiasts who enjoyed engaging with fellow learners, it shouldn’t discourage you from continuing your journey of learning Korean....

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