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lots of people have studied Japanese language for a brief time and I can say its not as hard as it looks . Even though the vocabulary is enormous there are easier techniques and concepts to learn the language quicker and with more ease .

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I've tried all kinds of approaches and I've been learning Japanese for many years.

I have never learned as quickly or as enjoyably as I do now after using some tips.
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i hope this article is insightful and helpful.

While learning Japanese, I remember listening over and over to Japanese songs, and the other artists like Japanese Jpop singers, even when you didn’t really understand them all that well. you can still remember your sense of satisfaction at listening.

you should remember listening over and over to the Japanese radio every day.

One day you will get the rhythm of Japanese and love it deeply.

for this reason, I always recommend learning Japanese characters if you are going to learn the language.

If I reflect on what I did, I find that there were 5 tips that helped me learn faster than other students who were studying with me.because these tips are great and easy to follow. Japanese characters and language do have patterns, and keeping an eye out for it will help you understand your language learning better.

 Below I list each of these tips on how to learn Japanese which you may want to apply to your studies.

The six month, just focus on listening and speaking.

What is the frequency?Why do we need to learn it every day? Because you will forget the characters almost as quickly as you learn them, and therefore you need to relearn them again and again.

try to devote Time to Memorizing baisc 50 Characters

be familiar with the basic study of Japanese is a long term project. It will bring you in touch with the language and the pronouciation of this language.

The first step is to become accustomed to the individual sounds of the language, to learn to differentiate words from each other, and even to have a few words and phrases reverberating in your brain.

Try to listen to Japanese as Often as Possible

actually,I studied Japanese many years ago. It took me nine months to reach a level where I could translate newspaper editorials from English to Japanese and from Japanese to English, read novels and play video games.

It is too difficult to start learning characters when you do not have any sense of the words, what they sound like, or how they work together.or start out by focusing on listening. Just get used to the sounds,because A new language can sound like undifferentiated noise at the beginning.

and the next tips is that you should read whatever you are listening to, but do so learning a basic aiphabetic system, such as hiragana, in order to get a better sense of what you are hearing.

by the way,you will have to learn the characters eventually but you can leave the characters out at first, and instead, try to get a little momentum in the language.

my first introduction to Japanese was listening to Japanese Dialogues, an intermediate text with no characters, just romanization, in this case the easiest version of story.

today hiragana and katakana has become the standard form of characters for Japanese. In Japanese Dialogues, the narrator spoke so fast I thought he was torturing us. But it worked. After a month or so I was used to the speed and had a sense of the language.

As an aside, I think it is a good idea to begin learning a language with intermediate level texts that include a lot of repetition of vocabulary, rather than overly simple beginner texts. Podcasts and audio books are great for this.

once you decide to study Japanese characters,  work at them every day. Devote half an hour to an hour a day just on learning characters. try to use whatever method you want, but set aside dedicated character learning time every day.because the Japanese mini- stories here are an example of the kind of point of view stories, with a great deal of repetition of high frequency verbs, that are available today.i think These were not available to me. Watching movies and TV shows is another excellent way to get lots of Japanese listening in.

With a sense of this exciting new language and some aural comprehension, my motivation to learn the characters grew. I wanted to know the characters for the words that I had been listening to and getting used to.

So that is tip number one, to focus on listening and Pinyin for the first month or two.

i guess you may want to use Anki or some other modern computer based learning system. I developed my own spaced repetition Anki system. I had a set of 100 characters' flashcards with the most frequent 500 basic vocabularies.

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My Top 1 TIP to learn Japanese is Listening

I had sheets of squared paper to practice writing these characters. I would pick up one card, and write the character 10 times down one column on the squared paper and then write the meaning or pronunciation a few columns over.

Then I would pick up another flashcard and do the same. Soon I ran into the meaning or sound of the previous character that I had written there. I then wrote that character out again a few times, hopefully before I had completely forgotten it. I did this for the first 50 characters. After that I was able to learn them by reading, discovering new characters,  and randomly writing them out by hand a few times.

As we progress, learning new characters becomes easier because so many elements repeat in the characters. The characters all have “radicals”, components which give a hint of the meaning of a character. There are also components of the characters which suggest the sound. These radicals are helpful to acquiring the characters, although not at first. As with so much in language learning, too much explanation upfront is a distraction to acquiring the language. I found that the efforts of teachers to explain these radicals and other components at the early stages of my learning were not to great avail. I didn’t understand them. Only after enough exposure did I start to notice the components and that sped up my learning of the characters.

Tip number two is to really put a constant and dedicated effort into learning characters.


Recognize Patterns Rather than Grammar Rules

Focus on patterns. Do not get caught up in complicated grammar explanations, just focus on patterns. When I was studying we had a wonderful book by Harriet Mills and P.S. Ni. It was called Intermediate Reader in Modern Japanese. In every single lesson they introduced patterns and to me that’s how I sort of got a sense of how the language worked. The patterns were the frames around which I could build whatever I wanted to say.

Japanese has a rather uncomplicated grammar, one of the pleasures of learning Japanese. There are no declensions, conjugations, genders, verb aspects, complicated tenses or other sources of confusion that are found in many European languages.Because I have absolutely no sense of Japanese grammar, or grammar terms, yet I am quite fluent. I have seen books that introduce special grammar terms for Japanese.

Although I do not think grammar terms for Japanese are really necessary.but after knowing some basic grammar concepts,tt is better to get used to the patterns that Japanese uses to express things that we express in English using English patterns,it is really helpful.
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