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Are there any alternatives to Hiragana Times that are more natural, I guess? When I was a young child learning English, I had story books. I tried doing that with Japanese fairy tales, but I found the grammar very "childlike", if you get what I mean. Thanks!
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I would not underestimate what can be learnt from "child-like" grammar though, depending on your level, if it holds your attention. "A treasure of Japanese Folktales" bilingual edition was good for me. If reading that is a total breeze for you though but you still want to stick with bilingual material, I'm not sure. Maybe someone else has an idea.
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If you find it challenging that's a good thing. If not, it's still a great read.
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