Nihongo

I’ve never been able to learn Japanese in a class, so like most, I decided that I wouldn’t let that deter me .

As I studied on my own, I discover new things and ways that have worked for me and I’d like to share them here. One thing you should know is that my Japanese level is still low. It’s enough to understand basic conversation though and I am currently learning Kanji.

The thing that sucks about being a jibunde learner(If you’ll allow me to put it that way) is that you may concentrate way too much on one aspect of the Japanese level and neglect the other.  My reading capability is way better than my speaking.

So I would say there is the listening , the reading and the speaking aspect that  have to be considered. When studying, don’t focus too much on one and neglect the other.

 

 

 

 

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