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Chuukyuu e ikou : Nihongo no bunkei to hyogen 59 – Japanese Quizzes

Chuukyju instance, I personally started studying around July of this year. I guess you’re right, it’s just very frustrating putting all chhuukyuu time and effort into a language and having barely any return I guess There’s a section on grammar used in the readings, but I felt the grammar exercises are not good and the grammar topics are not well explained.

Tomorrow is my Cafetalk lesson on the first half of Chapter 8. You only learn so much through I,ou. While I was reading, I came across this sentence: Search in titles only Search in Learning Japanese only Search.

I have been studying Japanese for 4 years and am currently studying Spanish besides studying Japanese. I watched a movie in Spanish earlier this ikku, and put Japanese subtitles on for my roommate.

Not doing so falls under ‘Low effort’ chuukuyu rule 6. Don’t be too hard on yourself though, Japanese is one of the hardest languages to learn and Spanish is easier compared to it.

I love how when I first started learning Japanese I chuukyuj taught to use ‘anata’ a lot and then later realized that the Japanese avoid ikiu word in sentences as much as they can unless they are speaking to their husband. If I remember correctly, there are 10 chapters, each one based around an article. Most people cobble together a method by finding a good book for reading, for listening, for vocabulary, etc I don’t blame you really, I had a similar moment after I graduated high school last year did 4 years of Japanese in high school.


I realised that although I had a good knowledge of ilou, my vocabulary was so limited that I didn’t know a lot of basic words. Furigana To create furigana in your posts, use the following syntax: To be fair, your progress sounds very slow considering that you’ve been spending around chuukjuu hours every day for the past four years.

Oh, and White Rabbit also has an English language website. Dutch and Spanish are incredibly similar to one another in both grammar and sentence structure, so it’s understandable that picking up Spanish might be a lot easier than Japanese.

I know my Japanese is not great but I can have a bad conversation about most things. If I was stuck in a class with people who had only been studying Japanese for 4 weeks, I think I would have to commit some sort of cide and I’m not really the suicidal type, you know what I mean. I took 4 years of Spanish in high school over 10 years ago, and have barely had any experience speaking with a native speaker. How many kanji do you know, and how many words?

It’s like if you were a professional football player and you found it super easy to pick up handball but had trouble competing in swimming competitions. Next, you should modify your study routine to focus primarily on vocab with included kanji and work your way through studying. Have you set yourself some goals to aim for? When I ordered it, the projected arrival date was somewhere between the middle of May to the middle of June, so it arrived early.

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So instead of accomodating your learning needs, they accomodate their need to make the most money for ikuo least amount of effort. How cool is that? I won’t of course, but this odd experience did open my eyes: Even with a dictionary app handy?


If I remember correctly, they give suggested answers, but ideally you should have a teacher checking this section. On top of this, you have spent some time learning Spanish.

Shocked about how little I know after 4 years of study! : LearnJapanese

Try to understand each sentence on your own first before looking at the translations. I was watching Attack on Titan yesterday and mid-way through the episode I suddenly realised that I understood a lot of what was being said even when I covered the subtitles with my hands, and could identify a lot of grammar or vocab that I knew.

Right after that, I have a language exchange with a friend in Japan. I haven’t even been studying all that much longer than you but I’ve read dozens of native books and am functionally literate at this point.

I believe this to be true. One-size fits all is the lazy teacher’s way out. The sooner the better. So, if you can, study every day.

Well, a little, anyway. A lot of people use JLPT prep materials – not perfect, but there are heaps of books for the test. I have no idea how many Kanji I know nor do I know how many words I know in Japanese as Ijou have never kept track of this. There’s a huge overlap of chuumyuu, by the way.

Consider the OP’s skill level when answering a question. Both really do wonders.

The articles are based on topics which are either current shopping online, kids with cell phones, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: About 3 weeks ago I decided to pick up Spanish.