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  1. ⋱⋱⋱ Learn Japanese ⋰⋰⋰


    #1061702016-08-15 10:52:57 *EvoRulz said:

    This is a long list of resources I used to teach myself Japanese from scratch~


    rules for edgy teens: No false information pls k thx


    Hiragana & Katakana

    hiragana with pronunciation

    pronunciation character list http://www.saiga-jp.com/img/character/japanese_language/hiragana_katakana_list.gif

    learn kana (works on phone) simplemedia.org/kana/flash/

    older version [My method is you first select hiragana [a i u e o] box and begin, then when you are confident you know them all, go back to the menu and learn the next set by itself, then do them both together, then learn a new set by itself, then do all the ones you know so far together, and so on] simplemedia.org/kana

    hiragana practice & basic vocabulary build up www.memrise.com/course/111715/useful-japanese-words-with-sound/2/

    www.sljfaq.org/afaq/symbol.html#symbol-chouon

    www.japanese-language.aiyori.org/hiragana-long-vowels.html

    furigana is the name of the hiragana characters written so that you know how to pronounce particular kanji http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-_QDAmORfLXw/UxzsiorDETI/AAAAAAAAAL8/sJzqewIbVVs/s1600/furigana.png

    Japanese words are usually a kanji with some hiragana attached https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/ce/Okurigana.svg/380px-Okurigana.svg.png


    Kanji (which literally means 'Chinese Character'

    English - Japanese Dictionary

    (web) jisho.org/

    (app) www.imiwaapp.com/

    www.wanikani.com/login

    nihongoshark.com/learn-kanji/

    ankisrs.net/

    www.memrise.com/course/43670/remembering-the-kanji-volume-1/

    www.coscom.co.jp/learnjapanese801/msime_win8_en2.html

    windows key + space = toggle english/japanese

    alt + shift = also toggle english/japanese

    ctrl + caps = hiragana

    alt + caps = katakana

    www.sljfaq.org/afaq/small-kana.html

    www.memrise.com/course/554/jlpt-n5-vocab/


    Pronunciation (Intonation and Pitch Accent)


    Becoming More Natural (Perfect Practice and Culture Immersion)

    hinative.com

    www.youtube.com/user/Dogen

    nihonshock.com/category/language/