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A Beginner Trying to Study

Member Since
24 Sep, 2019
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Any study tips for native English speakers studying Japanese? I use this website, some apps on the play store and Duolingo. Currently learing Hiragana.

So far, I do this to study -

- Speak Japanese to friends who are also studying

- Use YouTube to look up and practice phrases

- Write Journals in Japanese

- a n i m e

 

~ ketsueru

#1 Posted by ketsueru about 12 months ago
Member Since
24 May, 2020
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Location
USA

Keep up the good work

Doug Sherman

#2 Posted by Doug Sherman about 4 months ago
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14 Jul, 2019
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I use lingodeer and uchisen, they're both apps on ios not sure if they're on android though

#3 Posted by kmp1446 about 4 months ago
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26 May, 2020
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Sweden

I use this site and this one smiley

https://www.renshuu.org/

#4 Posted by BubbleAubrey about 4 months ago
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24 Jun, 2020
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JapanesePod101 has helpful videos on youtube for hiragana and katakana. It helped me remember them a lot easier because of the picture associations. If you want kanji study tips, I recommend Remembering the Kanji by Heisig. It doesn't teach pronunciation, but it's really helpful with stroke order and learning basic kanji meanings. Some of the descriptions are so specific or outlandish, I can't help but remember them, lol

Also, there's a cool video in Japanese that teaches hiragana, katakana, and some kanji. It's on the older side, but it's interesting! 

#5 Posted by BleachedPastel about 4 months ago
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26 Jun, 2020
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Location
México

I'm going to try Uchisen, ありがとう

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#6 Posted by Trinity Seven about 3 months ago
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26 Aug, 2020
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Location
South Africa


It helps if you have a dictionary. There are packet books with hiragana, katakana, kanji, and romaji in every English word. I’m not sure where to find one. I used to have one when I was young and it was my mother’s. smiley
 

Aurea Granado Olivas

#7 Posted by AureaRea about 1 month ago
Member Since
15 Sep, 2020
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I've been learning on and off and have made little progress, but now I have sat down and said "I am going to learn this". Also my friend is learning Korean on her own, so that gave me motivation. I've been using this site, and I learn vocab and grammer on Youtube with "Nihongoal". さよなら!

Congo

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