Im trying to learn japanese does anyone have any suggestions?

December 29, 2008 by admin · 5 Comments 

Ive been trying to learn japanese, because Im going to be taking a trip to japan in a few months. Ive been using the books and CD’s but nothing has worked out to well, does anyone have any suggestions on the best ways to learn the language? I want to learn as much as i can and maybe someday be fluant.

you have to learn a foreign language as you learned your mother one but how can you do that? first at all you must be surrounded by it. You need to hear it all the time, on the radio, on the tv, read it in the newspapers etc even if you don’t understand it. But this all helps in pronunciation and correct word order then learn the structure grammatical of the language but not focus on it just the basic and the second try to speak japanese continually even if you don’t speak correctly then you speak on the right way it’ll help you to speak fluently, so you have to understand you are a baby in this case at the beginning you have to learn to crawl before you learn to walk.
That’s it good luck

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What is the best software to learn Japanese?

December 29, 2008 by admin · 2 Comments 

I notice Rosetta Stone is an expensive program, but I think it sucks. Using it to learn Japanese is kinda useless, because there isn't much instruction in the program. This program does no even go over hiragana, nor katakana. It just throws symbols right in your face like it is expecting you to know these things.

Are they any other good software to learn Japanese with, without leaving my home?

i know some free site

if you have money to buy software, you better go language school. or find native tutor.

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Rosetta Stone Language Software – Japanese

September 9, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Rosetta Stone Language Software - Japanese

Foreign language learning with Rosetta Stone includes everything you need to begin learning a new language—from grammar and vocabulary to basic sentence structure. ItA??s the foundation upon which your language-learning journey begins. Gain the confidence to master basic conversational skills, including greetings and introductions, simple questions and answers, shopping, and much more. Level 2 builds a foundation and helps you navigate your surroundings. Begin learning fundamental vocabulary and essential language structure, from greetings and introductions to simple questions and their answers. In Level 3 you will reach an advanced level of competence where you will learn to share your ideas and opinions, express your feelings and talk in detail about everyday life; your work, current events and much more.All levels includes Audio Companion TM CDs to reinforce your language learning anytime any place.Included is a USB microphone headset that allows you to listen

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August 18, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 


TeLL me More Japanese language learning software (Beginner-Intermediate-Advanced), 300 hours of Japanese learning, 1,500 exercises, 21 activities, and 8,000 word audio glossary. System Requirements: PC or compatible: Pentium, Windows 95/98, 16 MB RAM, 90 MB available on hard disk,

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