The verb “to go” in Japanese is 行く (*iku*). But there are actually quite a lot of ways to use the verb “go” in Japanese. Let’s see them all!
Studycat is a children’s language learning app for at-home study or as a supplement to the classroom. My son gives it a thumbs up.
Learning the 101 most common Korean verbs you’ll use everyday will allow you to speak quicker! Korean conjugation is simpler than it seems!
Korean songs might be a great way for you to learn Korean. This guide teaches you to learn Korean through music and lists 70 recommended songs!
Korean particles are tiny building blocks essential to Korean sentence structure. They're important to Korean grammar, so let’s study them!
A simple guide to writing the days of the week in Japanese, with easy ways to remember them and lists of related vocabulary.