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3.2 Beta Update

In Developmentby Jake Gill

We’re rolling out a big performance update for the Skritter: Write Chinese and Skritter: Write Japanese mobile beta apps! The update is already available to beta testers on Android and has been submitted to Apple …

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A guide to Japanese Grammar: 2

In Japaneseby Jeremy Arns

In the first lesson, we learned how to say “Is” and “Is not”. Now let’s learn how to say “Was” and “Was not”, along with some new verbs, adjectives, and how to conjugate them! You …

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A guide to Japanese Grammar: 1

In Japaneseby Jeremy Arns

Polite form, plain form, and “is” and “is not” Japanese is spoken in a polite form, or a plain form, depending on politeness levels and who you are speaking to. As a basic example, if …

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May is the month!

In Chinese, Development, Japaneseby Jake Gill

We have so many exciting things to announce– new updates, new projects, and new Skritter team members to introduce! Website update (2.3.9) Add Chinese example sentences with audio for HSK 1-3 lists Improve review order …