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    Nice and interesting Blog Aeru-sempai. What i cant say. Keep it up
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    Nice guide, the best way to learn a language is through immersion. That said, if you really want to learn Japanese quickly just sign up for some classes. They're expensive but you don't have to dedicate years to them if you don't want. You can get the books used in many of them for free online. The main thing is to make friends and study/talk with them. If you can hold a conversation in Japanese reading comes naturally.

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    Thanks
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    animaksiat-san i have a guide book, but i know what to do, please your enligthment.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by danru View Post
    animaksiat-san i have a guide book, but i know what to do, please your enligthment.......
    what do you wish to know? please be more specific
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    hmmm... maybe i have a guide book and naving a text book of japanese, and i know some few of hiragana and katana, i mean is what i should do if i studied a kanji of japanese, because tthe kanji from chine (mandarin) is look diferent from kanji on japan.....

    so please your enlightment...

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    as for beginners i recommend you to buy Minna no Nihongo vol.1 set along with the cd! that's should give you a good start.
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    hmmm... maybe i have a guide book and naving a text book of japanese, and i know some few of hiragana and katana, i mean is what i should do if i studied a kanji of japanese, because tthe kanji from chine (mandarin) is look diferent from kanji on japan.....

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    You are also facing the same problem with me here. Also both learning Mandarin and Japanese. Basically most of 200 basic characters are all the same but the problem is that Japanese people use a lot of different words from the Chinese like I, sky, ... It's kinda very confusing to learn both of them at the same time since you won't know the right way to which one to use for Japanese or Mandarin. Depending on where you live, if you stay in China like me, I'd suggest concentrate on Mandarin first. Learn Japanese only the face of words only and the spelling.

    If someone wants to learn Japanese properly, I suggest buying the Colloquial Japanese, the complete course for beginner. I already bought it and it's quite easy to use and learn. I also use the Skitter website to help me practice with writing skill and vocabulary. Too bad that both ways of mine do consume money. But if you want to gain something, accept to lose something. Well, hope my advice help.

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    thanks abot your advice

    i think i learn of a lot that

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