Demon Slayer for studying Japanese Part 02

Demon Slayer
Are you ready to study Japanese from Anime

When You start studying Japanese, you should know this.

  1. Japanese is difficult more than English because of the same words but different meanings by different Pronunciation.
  2. Japanese is difficult, so you need to keep studying!!
  3. Anime characters teach you how to pronounce Japanese.

If you are first time SFromA, you should check these 3 steps before studying.

  1. Do you just watch Anime? It waste of your time…
  2. The first step to study Japanese
  3. How to use “Study from Anime(SFromA)”??

Hello guys!
Welcome to SFromA!!!

Do you enjoy the SFromA?
After watching Demon Slayer, you can imagine the specific scene, right?

Let’s keep studying Japanese!
Don’t stop to learn. Keep going!

SFromA Level 1

SfromA Level 1 focuses on new vocabulary.
You can try to memorize it!
These are basic Japanese, so try to memorize it!

・頭 = あたま (a ta ma)
 → head

・かご (ka go)
 → basket

・竹 = たけ (ta ke)
 → bamboo

・森 = もり (mo ri)
 → forest

SFromA Level 2

SFromA Level 2 foucues on short sentence.

If you can memorize it, you can use it in this situation!

How do you study pronounce?
→ Your teacher is an anime character!

When Tanjiro creates the basket, and he put Nezuko into it…

・She kinda protrudes, 
 → はみ出るな。。。 =はみでるな (ha mi de ru na)


You should listen carefully.

If you say harder pronounce like angry, it means “don’t go over”

Your teacher is Tanjiro today!

SFromA Level 3

SFromA Level 3 focuses on the Japanese connection.
It is pretty hard…
However, if you put wrong connection words, Japanese sentences change meaning a lot.
Also, most Japanese connection words are just one character and a lot of meaning.

You know when you talk English, you do not think about which words should I use.
Japanese is the same! try to do as many as possible!

・Would it be okay if I took that basket, straw, and some bamboo?
 → あそこのカゴわら、竹少しいただけますか?
  →(a so ko no ka go to wa ra ni, ta ke wo su ko shi i ta da ke ma su ka?)


Today’s Japanese connection word is “” (to)

This “と” means [and].

ex) りんごみかん (ri nn go to mi ka nn)
   → apple and orange

ex) おにくさかな (o ni ku to sa ka an)
   → beef and fish.

I accept you as my student.
Sakonji Urokodaki