100 Japanese grammar lessons

100 Japanese Grammar Lessons Milestone Passed!

Greetings from Vietnam! I am currently here on holiday with my fiance (and soon to be wife) where we are staying with her family in the countryside to celebrate the Lunar New Year together. Seeing as how I don’t speak Vietnamese, and very few people here speak English or Japanese, I’ve found myself with some spare time to work on this site again.

This spare time has allowed me to add a few more Japanese grammar lessons, and we have just surpassed 100 lessons, which is the first major content milestone achievement on this site! I was hoping to accomplish this a few months ago, but work and other priorities always seem to get in the way.

View list of all Japanese Grammar Lessons

At the time of writing this post, here is our current breakdown of lessons available:

it’s been about 3 years since I started working on this site on and off, and 33 lessons a year is not much to brag about. One of the reasons for the lack of lesson writing has been due to a lack of studying of Japanese on my part. After I passed the N2 a while back and achieved a level I was content with for my general life in Japan and then my motivation for studying completely disappeared. Recently though, I’m beginning to set my sights on the N1 and starting to study regularly again, so I am planning to add more lessons much more quickly moving forward 🙂

Hopefully it won’t take another 3 years to add 100 more lessons to get to the 200 lesson milestone ^^;;

If there are any lessons or content you want added to the site, please comment below!

Written by クルーズ (Cruise Bogedin)

Cruise is a freelance web developer living and working in Nagoya, Japan. He spends the majority of his free time cycling around Japan and 'occasionally' studies Japanese.

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