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I need Japanese material D=

Postby GraceyLike » Thu 04.10.2008 6:57 am

Sorry =D. I teach myself Japanese, and I wouldn't call myself a begginer, but not intermediate either. Sort of, in the middle. I've been learning for about 6 months.
Anyway, I was wondering if someone could tell me what I should buy for myself etc, because I'm not really sure. I have a Japanese dictionary, and from the library I have a Basic Japanese grammar book, but thats all.
Thanks!
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Re: I need Japanese material D=

Postby Yudan Taiteki » Thu 04.10.2008 7:12 am

What you need is organization -- a textbook or a class (preferably both, but if you have no class then just a textbook).
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Re: I need Japanese material D=

Postby GraceyLike » Thu 04.10.2008 7:18 am

Thanks =D. I've been looking for classes, but the only classes I could find A) cost too much, and B) They wouldn't let me in because I was too young. It said you had to be at least 14
I'm 12 =3
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Re: I need Japanese material D=

Postby Miyamoto Mushashi » Sat 04.12.2008 3:09 am

Hi

There are many free resources which you can find online. You can use google to search. I have looking into Nihon-go learn japanese courses, i can't remember the author's name. You can check out the link in signature below or link here http://viralurl.com/cybermax/NihonGo. He also offering free online japanese lessons.
Click Here For Online Japanese Courses
http://nihongo.guide2buying.com/learnjapanese.htm
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Re: I need Japanese material D=

Postby GraceyLike » Mon 04.14.2008 6:37 am

Thank you =3 =]]]
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