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Re:Self-taught Japanese 6 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 8  
Ganbatte ne~!!
 
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Re:Self-taught Japanese 5 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi guys new guy here [also beginner level]

I did'nt saw anyone mention program Anki maybe it will help somebody [be cause it helping me a lot everyday]
Anki is simple program in which you create cards so you can deeply memorize them.
You can add pictures or voices ect. in it or put them to show after you answer so you can see if you had it correctly and then you choose from 3 options depending on how fast did you recognize it.Anki choose from your answer when this card shows up again so you can practice it again the same day or week later [you can choose this].
Another cool thing is on they're website is already tons of complete packeges of cards [tousands of cards] with native voice speakers ,pictures or kanji translated in hira-kata halfsized above index so you can read it properly.Just pick on the main page japanise and you'll see how many are there.And it is not like those packages are locked you can work with them align them as you wish.
This whole thing is completely free... its like gift from heaven for people with bad memory like me .

Another cool program is Human Japanise .Very friendly written program i literaly enjoying work with him!If you read text above you have probably notice my english is not correct sorry about that...i'm not using english 7 years so i guess it shuxhard.Point is even if you are not ,,very good'' in english i thing you will understand pretty good chapters in this program even on basic level.
H.J. have a nice system of chapters definitely worth at least quick check.
You have first [i thing] 10-15 chapters free, then if you wanna continue you have to pay about 10 $ because you can see only first 2 pages of another chapters just to see about what they will be.

And as Mei said Basic Kanji 1&2 are probably what we need[that is not my personal experience so far but i wanna buy them aswell because i heard about those a Lot!]

I hope i helped to somebody Good luck to us!Japanise is really great challenge!
PS: Do'nt just lern like computer , writting with your hand is very important! Bye
 
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Re:Self-taught Japanese 5 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0  
I teach myself Japanese using Books like "Genki" and "Minna no Nihongo". I also reinforce my lessons by listening for a period of time daily. Practice and dedication always make perfect!
 
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