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    Re: [Article] Learning Japanese through Visual Novels

    Quote Originally Posted by cytruska View Post
    Could someone give me best way to learn Japanese PLEASE ?
    Going to Japan and taking a Japanese language course would arguably be the best. You'd be able to immediately apply what you learned in class to real life scenarios (such as when shopping/ going to a restaurant/etc). Of course, you should also find a native speaker who's willing to guide you through the language. That way, you'd probably learn at least twice as fast, while still having fun with the language.

    The second "best" way, for those who can't afford the time or money to do ^above, it's highly recommended that you get a good grammar reference book, a good Japanese to -insert your language here - and -insert your language here - to Japanese dictionary. Taking a Japanese language course might also help, especially in the beginning. But the most important aspect in learning the language is self motivation.
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    Re: [Article] Learning Japanese through Visual Novels

    Hey I know this is an old post but I was wondering if anyone had an archive of that guide since the wordpress page has been closed.
    Thank you for your time!

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    Re: [Article] Learning Japanese through Visual Novels

    This is what I am doing now. With the help of VNR I've learnt lots of new kanji and Japanese expressions after just several games. It's really amazing. Also, since different games have their own writing styles where some words and expressions are repeated over and over, you often have no choice but to learn them since you meet them so often. And the more different games you play, the more specific for them words you learn.
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