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John Jakes
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I'm new!

Post by John Jakes » Thu 11.10.2005 8:51 pm

Well, I've been studying hiragana and katakana for about two months now, and I think I got them down pretty well. What's the next step? I think I'm ready for it.

Anyways, this looks like a pretty nice site with a lot of information on it.
learning japanese is hard.

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Zeo
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Native language: Norwegian
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RE: I'm new!

Post by Zeo » Sat 11.12.2005 6:18 pm

こんばんは! はじめまして!
Welcome to this site :D ;)

Well, i guess maybe you should start on some basic grammar :) ;)

Good Luck! :)

kasutenchan
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Post by kasutenchan » Sat 11.12.2005 9:08 pm

hmmmm.....
u could start on basic words, and sentence structure.

then work your way up from there!

hope that helps.:D

Christian_
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RE: I'm new!

Post by Christian_ » Sat 11.12.2005 10:51 pm

はじめましてJohn Jakesさん, Maybe you should start with some grammer and kanji,またね;)
Goals:
1) Have decent proficiency in Japanese, enough to get around/talk/read/write.
2) Visit Japan for a week or so one summer.

John Jakes
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RE: I'm new!

Post by John Jakes » Sat 11.12.2005 11:09 pm

Hey thanks for the posts guys. I'm currently working on sentence structure and grammer and I have to say it's going swimmingly.:)
learning japanese is hard.

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