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Newbie alarm!!!

Postby Taijiya aprentise » Fri 12.23.2005 5:29 pm

Greetings all. After long days of searching i have finaly come across this magnificent site.I never thought that so many of us gajin take intrest in nihongo just for the love of the culture or the languege it self. Apperantly i was mistaken:D. Any ways the name is Ilya i'm 16 years old and i currently live in israel thou originaly i come from russia. Currently i managed to master the kanas and now i'm in the process of building up my vocab and grammar. Well it looks like i have plently of work cut out for me :P.

Over and out from israel.
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RE: Newbie alarm!!!

Postby Christian_ » Fri 12.23.2005 5:33 pm

はじめましてTaijiya aprentiseさん、I hope you find this fourm helpful. Feel free to ask questions. またね;)
1) Have decent proficiency in Japanese, enough to get around/talk/read/write.
2) Visit Japan for a week or so one summer.
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RE: Newbie alarm!!!

Postby Strawberry_Juice » Sat 12.24.2005 1:43 am

Israel? Awesome!
I've got some family and friends there, one of the places I really want to visit. :D

And welcome to the board!
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RE: Newbie alarm!!!

Postby n3ko x3r4h » Sat 12.24.2005 3:51 pm

Wow. Israel. Welcome!! Hope you have fun here!
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RE: Newbie alarm!!!

Postby Bunny » Sat 12.24.2005 6:12 pm

Okay so I'm new and I 'm kinda lost. What should you look at first? Vocab or speaking or writting, I've only taken french before but I really like Japanese (the culture not just anime). Anyone have a plan?
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RE: Newbie alarm!!!

Postby Taijiya aprentise » Sun 12.25.2005 11:40 am

Well according to what i read here the best way to start is to learn hirgana and then
katakan and after that build up your vocab and grammar while learning 2/3 kanji per day or as much as you are comfortable with.
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