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The Scenic Treasures - Japanese Learning

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3 Lessons (45s)
    • 1. A

      6:40
    • 2. I

      5:10
    • 3. Trailer

      0:45
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Usually learning a new language requires significant determination and dedication, but this game requires neither! The Scenic Treasures - Japanese Learning offers a very unique experience where you will travel around Japan and multiple countries and search for treasures. Scrolls you happen to obtain will instruct you where to go or what to do, but you need to solve puzzles to gain instructions.

The Scenic Treasures - Japanese Learning aims to provide an innovative method to learn the Japanese language. The learning process is intuitive so that players can learn the Japanese language very naturally with minimal effort. By the end of the journey, you will have learned the basics of the language.

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I am an experienced instructor. I teach the Japanese languages in an entertaining way. Thank you very much! The learning process is intuitive so that students can learn the Japanese language very naturally with minimal effort. By the end of the course, you will have learned the basics of the language!

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Transcripts

1. A: In this course you will learn the Japanese characters, words and grammar. Uh, let's learn the Japanese character in the first place. Let's check three Japanese words. The word means you. That's a made it. The word means collect a step. The word means tomorrow. Next let's solve a puzzle. You will need to fill in the blank to complete a Japanese line. I know that the word means you Wow specifies the subject. So the subject of this sentence is you. We have confirmed the subject of this sentence is you. I took it up. The word means treasure. Wolf specifies the object So the object of this sentence is treasured. We have confirmed the object of this sentence is treasure in Japanese. A sentence consists of the subject object and then ver way have already confirmed you is the subject and treasure is the object. So we need a verb to complete this sentence. We have three options. I know that the word means you. That's a made it. The word means collect a step. The word means tomorrow. So among these options, which one should we choose to fill the blank? That's a made it. Donatella Takata Want to meet it? The line means you collect treasures 2. I: Let's learn the Japanese character in the first place. Let's check three Japanese words. So that's you. The word means busy. Yes, the word means house kema. The word means now. Next, let's solve a puzzle. You will need to fill in the blank to complete a Japanese line kind of job. The word means she while specifies the subject. So the subject of this sentence is she. We have confirmed the subject of this sentence. Is she the primary function of what is to specify the subject? But what can also be used as an is or are in this sentence? Watt is used as is we have three options. The word means busy. Yes, the word means house. The word means now. So among these options, which one should we choose to fill the blank? Colonel Joey's Alesci The line means she is busy 3. Trailer: