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Japanese 101: Particles

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Learning Japanese but the many confusing particles giving you trouble? Now you can Study, Learn, and Quiz the Particles on your iPhone or iPod Touch!

iTunes Reviews:

★★★★★ “I’ve heard even intermediate Japanese studyers have a hard time with particles and till now, no one has ever really explained them the way this app does.”

★★★★★ “This app is remarkably useful for those who are learning the language or looking to keep their skills sharp.”

★★★★★ "Explanations of particle usage are clear, short, and sweet."

Around the Web:

"If you’re a beginner and especially if you’re self-studying, I think you’ll definitely find this app useful!" -

"Listening tends to be a weak point on the JLPT for many test-takers, so this is really great practice for listening for the actual test!" -

"if you’re struggling with particles or just starting out, get over to the iTunes store now and grab a copy of Japanese 101: Particles – you won’t be disappointed." -

So what's this App all about?

The Japanese particles taught in this application include: は、が、に、で、と、も、や、を、にも、でも、より、か、まで、から、and more!

Current Features:
✔ 280+ questions covering the introductory JLPT N5 and JLPT N4, and special Literature sections!
✔ Native speaker audio recordings for every question.
✔ Geeky yet succinct article usage explanations prepared by a Japanese teacher.

✔ The more advanced Literature section uses no romaji in the explanations.
✔ Multiple choice quiz mode. HEAR the question, TOUCH the particle.
✔ Select from 2 or 4 possible multiple choice answers.
✔ Fill-in-the-blank quiz mode. HEAR the question, TYPE the particle.

All of the questions in the JLPT sections are modeled after those that tend to appear in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). We are not associated with JLPT so cannot assure that the questions on the test will be in exactly this format, but we are confident that studying the particles in this way will improve your understanding of particle usage.