Demon Slayer for studying Japanese Part 08

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! Are you ready to study Japanese?

Did you already watch CH8??
If you did not watch it, you can watch it and come back!
So, you can know what I talk about here!

You can learn to pronounce too, so it is important to watch first.

SFromA Level 1

SFromA Level 1 focuses on vocabulary.

・じごく (ji go ku)
 → hell

・てんごく (te nn go ku)
 → heaven

・けいかん (ke i ka nn)
→ police

・ふく (hu ku)
 → clothes, blow

SFromA Level 2

SFromA Level 2 focuses on a short sentence.
When you can memorize it, you can use it!
However, you should need to memorize pronounce too.

The guy who hits Muzan said…
・へいき (he i ki)
 → I’m fine.


へいき has two meanings.
→so we use kanji.
平気 = へいき (he i ki) = I’m fine.
兵器 = へいき (he i ki) = weapon

You need to learn pronounce from Anime!!!

Tanjiro asks Tamayo about age.

・なんさいですか? (na nn sa i de su ka?)
 → How old are you?

Try to memorize it!!!

SFromA Level 3

SFromA level 3 focuses on the Japanese connection word.
It is hard to understand why these connection words or which connection words are the best.
SFromA helps you to understand and memorize it in many situations.
Try to memorize it with the situation. Let’s go.

When Tanjiro called out Muzan about “I’m not letting you get away!”

・おれおまえゆるさない。(o re wa o ma e wo yu ru sa na i)


today’s connection word is “を”(wo)
This word is just for connection. It means there are no words that staring from を.

けす (hi wo ke su) = turn off the fire.
 → ひ(hi) = fire, けす(ke su) = turn off
when the sentence has “を”, the verb does to something for a noun.

No matter where you go, you’re not getting away!

I’ll follow you to the ends of Hell.

and I swear I’ll slice off your head with my blade!

I’ll never forgive you no matter what!!!
Tanjiro Kamado