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Check to see if your question has been addressed before posting by searching or reading the wiki. I took a multiple choice test of common Japanese vocabulary that I found on the internet. What does the first chapter cover?

I guess you’re right, it’s just very frustrating putting all this time and effort into a language and having barely any return I guess I think the best way to improve is to find a speaking buddy preferably a native or someone who is fluent enough in Japanese and engage yourself in Japanese cjuukyuu.

He knows a lot of grammar but hasn’t really put it to chukyuu and doesn’t have a lot of experience reading. They use a very generic and inflexible formula for teaching.

Anki is an option. I believe this to be true. There’s a section on grammar used in the readings, but I felt the grammar exercises are not good and the grammar topics are not well explained.

The sooner the better. Consistency is incredibly important. Spending more than a year on each textbook is definitely not optimal. You should take a textbook break in your personal time but remain studying it with your teacher. And it isn’t like I only know that many words. Forums Work Study Travel Apartments.



I used Chuukyuu e ikou several years ago. Admittedly, my speaking and listening are much higher than my kanji reading. How in the world is this possible?! A lot of people use JLPT prep materials – not perfect, but there are heaps of books for the test. I won’t of course, but this odd experience did open my eyes: I watched a movie in Spanish earlier this year, and put Japanese subtitles on for my roommate.

What do you think of this book? Also, even a non-Romance language speaker usually still knows a little bit of Latin roots and, sometimes, even a bit of grammar due to scientific terminology etc.

Next, you should modify your study routine to focus primarily on vocab with included kanji and work your way through studying. Submit a new link. Even with a dictionary app handy? I haven’t even been studying all that much chuukjuu than you but I’ve read dozens of native books and am functionally literate at this point.

Chuukyuu e ikou Your post is reaaaaaaaaaaaaaallly long, so forgive me if I don’t vhuukyuu it in detail and opt to spend more time on a response.

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A little background information before I actually get to the point: I figured that way I would have it when I needed it. Thank you for a very informative response Thank you so much. To submit dhuukyuu translation request, visit here instead.

Oh, and White Rabbit also has an English language website. JapanesePod is not perfect, but the basic content is free, and at the very least the lessons are professionally constructed.

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If you think books are too expensive, check out sites like smart. But I think that is the problem with those Japanese schools. Caustic advice is also welcome. It has been a pretty good Japanese morning. So I, for one, wouldn’t be too surprised by much slower progress in it.


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Picking up English was super easy also because of how similar it is to Spanish. Have you set yourself some goals to aim for? If you are still stumped after a few minutes, look at the translation and try to identify why you didn’t understand the sentence. So, if you can, study every day. After my doldrums of the day before, I have been diving into the Japanese head first. If you are familiar with Chuukyuu e Ikou, will you please tell me about this book?

On top of this, you have spent some time learning Spanish. I have been studying Japanese for 4 years and am currently studying Spanish besides studying Japanese.

And of course it probably is more financially rewarding for them to do things this way because most people can be suckered into taking these kinds of classes.

I was watching Attack on Titan yesterday and mid-way through the episode I suddenly realised that I understood a lot of what was being said even when I covered the subtitles with my hands, and could identify a lot of grammar or vocab that I knew. Which grammar guides or books have you made it through?

Ijou you misinterpreted a grammar or a word or who was talking.