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For people who want to visit Japan, live in Japan, and learn Japanese. Please excuse the tangents.

    だ and です: Part II

    だ and です: Part II

    In this episode, Tofugu's research team answers questions about だ and です from our listeners, such as:

    "What would be the best translation of です?"

    "When and how does it make sense to switch between です to だ when meeting somebody new?"

    After listening to this episode, go check out our article on Tofugu.com for more info: "だ and です : Venturing beyond Textbook Rules into Real-Life Use" (www.tofugu.com/japanese/da-vs-desu-in-real-life/)

    • 45分
    だ and です: Part I

    だ and です: Part I

    In this episode, the Tofugu research team answers questions about だ and です from our listeners, such as:

    "Is it true that だ isn't just a less polite form of です?"

    "What are the real differences between だ and です?"

    After listening to this episode, check out our article on Tofugu.com for more info:
    "だ and です : Venturing beyond Textbook Rules into Real-Life Use" (www.tofugu.com/japanese/da-vs-desu-in-real-life/)

    • 46分
    First-Person Pronouns: When Female Speakers Use 僕 or 俺

    First-Person Pronouns: When Female Speakers Use 僕 or 俺

    This is the finale of our "First-Person Pronouns" series.

    In this episode, Kanae welcomes new co-hosts Cameron and Javi to discuss the use of traditionally male first-person pronouns such as 僕 or 俺 by female speakers. The discussion spans use in Japanese pop culture, media, celebrities, and the LGBTQ community.

    After you’ve listened to this episode, check out our article on Japanese first-person pronouns:
    https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-first-person-pronouns/

    • 1 時間
    First-Person Pronouns: Using Your Own Name

    First-Person Pronouns: Using Your Own Name

    This is the fifth episode in our "First-Person Pronouns" series.

    In this episode, we talk about using your own name as a first-person pronoun (and the anatomy of Anpanman).

    After you’ve listened to this episode, check out our article on Japanese first-person pronouns:
    https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-first-person-pronouns/

    • 53分
    First-Person Pronouns: 俺 (おれ)

    First-Person Pronouns: 俺 (おれ)

    This is the fourth episode in our "First-Person Pronouns" series.

    In this episode, we talk about 俺 (おれ) and why it is so tricky for Japanese learners to master.

    After you’ve listened to this episode, check out our article on Japanese first-person pronouns:
    https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-first-person-pronouns/

    • 20分
    First-Person Pronouns: 僕 (ぼく)

    First-Person Pronouns: 僕 (ぼく)

    This is the third episode in our "First-Person Pronouns" series.

    In this episode, Koichi, Michael, and Kanae discuss their own personal experiences with 僕 (ぼく), as well as how to sound more hip when using it.

    After you’ve listened to this episode, check out our article on Japanese first-person pronouns:
    https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-first-person-pronouns/

    • 25分

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jhonny555

べんきょうになる

日本人だけど聞いてます
出演者の会話が全然噛み合ってないところが好きです
more ASMR pwease

chducsyj

I Used to Love This Podcast

I loved this podcast because it was something fun to listen to between wanikani reviews and using textbooks. Without Koichi and Michael it has become so dry. While I can tell you guys are trying your best, the sillyness was your whole appeal to me. When I want to listen to informative, dry Japanese podcasts I listen to Japanese Pod 101 they have 100s of podcasts that cover almost all aspects of Japanese. So in short without the sillyness this podcast has become irrelevant.

MWGasmi

More Podcasts Please😢

These guys are amazing. Always super funny and really useful, interesting topics. I look forward to when you guys start doing podcasts regularly again!

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