For a supposedly vague language, Japanese can be incredibly specific when it comes to personal pronouns, the law and the family, for example.
Japanese researchers have announced an economical cancer detection method using roundworms that can identify cancer patients by sensing odors in urine.
Today we will introduce the proper use of XかどうかY and XかY, which mean "Y whether or not/if X (or not)."
April in Japan is a time for new beginnings, whether it be in terms of products, school or the world ...
Introducing the proper use of 気分（きぶん), which means feeling, mood or sentiment.