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Japanese verb conjugation (third person singular [he])

Japanese verbs in the present tense do not conjugate for each person. This means that the verb stays the same for I, you, he, they etc. This is similar to the case in English.

Examples for using Japanese Verbs

kare wa šimemas
he closes
kare wa motte kimas
he brings
Kare wa uči ikitai des
He wants to go home
kare wa tobira wo šimemas
He closes the door
kare wa yomimas
he reads

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Best way to Learn Japanese

Learn Japanese words naturally by listening to the language. This audio course presents the learner with words and phrases in both Japanese and English. This shows the learner real life dialogue in real life situations. Just listen, absorb and enjoy.

Included in the course

  • 1 Audio CD in Japanese and English

Key Features

  • The CD is in both Japanese and English
  • Duration of roughly 60 minutes
  • Learn Japanese words
  • Learn Japanese phrases

Popular Reasons to learn Japanese


Think about the many job opportunities with the airlines, import-export companies, and other international businesses. Knowledge of Japanese may increase your chances of getting a promotion.

Meet new people

Many people who have learned Japanese have met their husband or wife because of it. If you learn some Japanese, you will increase the number of people you can communicate with.


If you don't speak Japanese, you will be forced to confine yourself to popular tourist resorts. A basic ability in Japanese will help you to order food, find your way around and buy train or bus tickets. If you want to get to know the locals, to read signs, menus, etc, knowing Japanese is a necessity.

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Basic words and phrases in Japanese

Get by in Japanese with these basic Japanese words & phrases.

Excuse me.


How do you do ?


How old are you?

Nansai des ka ?

How are you?

Ogenki deska?

What's your name ?

Namae wa nandes ka?