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Postby Danni86002 » Mon 04.10.2006 6:57 am

Hi, im Dan I started learning japanese ages ago however school work got in the way. I started learning again recently and know hiragana and katakana, however im not sure what to learn next ... Should I learn grammer, kanji, what japanese words in hiragana mean in english. Im overwelmed :o What did you start with?
Thanks :D
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RE: Hey !

Postby CrazzyWarrior » Mon 04.10.2006 9:52 am

lemonaid wrote:
http://www.mindspring.com/~kimall/Japan ... nBrain.pdf

^ Good resource ;)

Good luck!


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Watashi no namae ha seth desu.
[英訳] The ko (accumulated wisdom) of an old man is more precious than the ko (shell) of a tortoise.
「甲」と「劫」が同音であるところからできたことわざ。「劫」は極めて長い時間のことをいう。年長者の経験は尊ぶべきである。
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Postby Danni86002 » Mon 04.10.2006 9:56 am

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Postby LalaChan » Tue 04.11.2006 8:43 am

If you would like, I can help you get back into the swing of things. I love to share the things i have learned! I feel so blessed to know them.

I teach a beginning class online under the name POEM. You can check it out. the link is in my profile.

Ganbate ne?
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Postby Mariya » Tue 04.11.2006 10:18 am

Konnichiwa, welcome aboard! :D Nice to have you here, hope you enjoy yourself. Need any help with anything then just let me know, kay? ;)

As for your question, I'd say start with Kanji coz' that's a long journey and the quicker you start the better. Get some useful grammar under your belt as well as you progress.

Make yourself at home!!
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