Demon Slayer for studying Japanese Part 15

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 from Demon Slayer?

When you can watch Anime every day, you can study Japanese Every day.
Personally, When I am super sleepy, I watch Anime haha.

Anime is the easiest tool to study Japanese because a character is a teacher!
Just watch Anime, and you can learn to pronounce it.
After watching Anime and come to here, you can learn letters too.

Just keep studying. That’s it.
Let’s study Japanese!

SFromA Level 1

SFromA Level 1 focuses on vocabulary.
・あらう (a ra u) ※When old lady talks with Inosuke.
 → wash, clean up

・きもちがいい (ki mo ti ga i i) ※When old lady talks with Inosuke.
 → comfortable,

・むずかしい (mu zu ka shi i) ※When Tanjirou explain to Inosuke about what old lady said.
 → difficult

SFromA Level 2

SFromA Level 2 focuses on the short sentence that you can use if you can memorize it.
You need to memorize it with pronouncing too.

The first teacher is Zenitsu. When Zenitsu finds Nezuko, and he talks with Tanjirou.

・なかよくしよう!(na ka yo ku shi yo u!)
 → Let’s be friends


Try to listen, and memeorize it!

SFromA Level 3

SFromA Level 3 focuses on Japanese connection words.
It is hard to understand the definition of connection words because it is a lot of meanings.

SFromA uses many situations to teach you how to work Japanese connection words.
It will help you understand it.

・いときれ (I to wo ki re)
 → Slash the threads!


Today’s connection word is “を” (wo)
A を B
→ B is the object. doing A to B.

ex) drink water
= みず のむ (mi zu wo no mu)
water = みず (mi zu)
drink = のむ (no mu)

ex) touch hand
= て さわる (te wo sa wa ru)
hand = て (te)
touch = さわる (sa wa ru)

Always live your lives with great pride.
I wish you luck in battle.
 おばあちゃん(Old lady)