what is the best system to learn Japanese quickly?

July 12, 2007 by admin 

Looking to learn to speak and read Japanese for work. I have the pimslar tapes, and I am going to take a college course next term but I really want to speed up my learning. Any Ideas??
***Please note that I work with people that speak Japanese so I hear it all day long and have a chance to pratice**

The answerer above gave the best tip. However, if you cannot go live in Japan for a while, I would recommend getting Gene Nishi's book: "An Innovative Approach to Speaking and Reading Japanese" (can get on amazon). I started my Japanese from scratch from this book and on my first day I was able to put sentences together. This approach worked very well for me, you may want to give it a try ;)

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3 Responses to “what is the best system to learn Japanese quickly?”

  1. whitney on January 5th, 2009 9:00 pm

    rosetta stone
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  2. Guitarhero0303 on January 5th, 2009 9:23 pm

    go somewhere that ppl speak japanese.
    no better way to learn than have a native speaker teach you.
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  3. Christy on January 5th, 2009 9:45 pm

    The answerer above gave the best tip. However, if you cannot go live in Japan for a while, I would recommend getting Gene Nishi's book: "An Innovative Approach to Speaking and Reading Japanese" (can get on amazon). I started my Japanese from scratch from this book and on my first day I was able to put sentences together. This approach worked very well for me, you may want to give it a try ;)
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    Personal experience

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