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the anki flashcard program really helps. i’m about 75% on hiragana and about 30% on katakana. in about two weeks i should have no problem recognizing the symbols. 2 years ago
i got some grid paper so can practice writing the hiragana. even though i haven’t been practicing in the past few months, it only took me an hour of going over the flashcards to remember most of it. i will work on writing 10 characters every week until i’ve been through the entire list and will then start on the katakana. i should be done by the end of the summer! 4 years ago
i almost have the entire hiragana memorized. i can look at words and pronounce them even if i don’t know what the word means. i’m gonna practice a few more weeks and then work on the katakana which is the other half of the kana. as sson as i finish memorizing everything i’ll actually be able to start working on grammar with the little vocabulary i’ve learned 4 years ago
i just got the”my japanese coach” game for my ds and i love it. you learn 10 words at a time and play all these games to help you memorize them. the only thing i don’t like is that they let you practice writting the kana of the word without actually explaining what the kana is and how it works. hopefully when i get in a few more lessions they will introduce this. 4 years ago
me and my friend officially started on memorizing the first ten hiragana and the first three pimsleur lessons. we are gonna keep this pace for a few weeks and then see if we need to slow down or speed up based on our schedules. 4 years ago
i’ve been researching different books, programs, and the best way to approach learning japanese. i’ve downloaded some books and programs and am going go look over everything and come up with a game plan by this time next month. i know i will be starting with learning the kana and how to write them and will probably move on to basic grammar(reading?writing)and then speaking japanese and then gulp the kanji. i’m actually more interested in reading japanese than speaking, but if i’m gonna do it. i might as well go all the way with it. 4 years ago
i’ve actually been turning my attention to spanish instead of english. it’s just easier to find someone to practice with than it is with japanese. i still want to learn, but will need to find a partner. 5 years ago
i have enlisted two more friends to learn with me. i will be talking to the two friends that already have software and books about learning japanese. i hope to have copies of practice material for everyone in the next few weeks. 5 years ago
i love the japanese culture. the anime, clothig styles, history etc… i’ve wanted to learn japanese for awhile but always thought learning spanish would be more practical. i’ve decided that having fun is more important than being practical when it comes to learning a language. i have a friend that has the japanese version of the rosetta stone language program and plan on borrowing it. she will hopefully be moving to japan next year which means i have someone to study with for the next six months yay! 5 years ago