iPhone Application: 101 Japanese Idioms

Study Japanese idioms on your iPhone / iTouch

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TJP's SECOND iPhone application!

-=iPhone or iTouch for Beginners up=-

101 Common Japanese Idioms all with sound

101 Common Idioms

This may only cover 101 idioms, but the extensive notes and extra sound files makes this as large as our original app--

Japanese Idioms

While beginners can get a lot out of this app, knowing simple grammar and a basic vocabulary is recommended. This app contains over 300 audio files recorded by a professional native voice actress. Each idiom contains cultural & etymological notes making this audio phrase ebook all the more useful.

Learn 101 useful Japanese idioms. What happens if your mouth is heavy? Or if you use people with your chin? Or when you grind sesame?

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Even VERY Beginners can get a lot out of this product, but hiragana and very basic Japanese is recommended. If you can’t read hiragana yet, romaji and extensive notes are provided.

An idiom is a phrase which means something different than what it says literally. Learning common Japanese idioms will help you in everyday conversation, reading books, and watching Japanese TV or movies. (and yes, anime too!)

In this app, you will learn 101 of the most common idioms found in everyday Japanese. We have carefully selected only the most useful idioms and organized them into logical categories for maximum benefit.

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Every idiom has a sound for the idiom, an example sentence, and a practice sound with space for repetition.
Study in THREE different ways:

1) Study Pages: See all data for the idiom on one convenient, scrollable page. Tap the idiom to hear it spoken, see the romaji and English definitions, read the comments and etymology, and read & listen to the example sentence to see how the idiom is used in real Japanese. In addition to hearing just the idiom and example sentence, it also has a sound file that leaves a space for repetition, a slowed-down version, the example sentence, and the English too.

2) Flash cards: Select one of the eight categori