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when i wake up the next morning cant remember anything
if any one have any tips you can give me for studing vocab and kanji i will be glad if you can, can you tell me how you study
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Right now I'm studying Vocab. What I do is use the words I learn at random times, even if it doesnt make sense. for example i just learned "kochira koso" (same here) My friends would say something to me and I would just say kochira koso.. Also Sometimes I write down the world a few times in japanese and english for example..
wakari = understanding
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Learning a language takes a long time, but if you take it piece by piece it will be simpler than if you try to tackle it as a whole.
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I can't stress that enough. Its good to study with no distractions, alone, silently in short intervals, I also have read its good to study before sleep.kanadajin wrote:
studying for a long time isn't good.
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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being exposed to the language through anime.. surfing the net will help..
some phrases/words that i cannot remember or seems so difficult to pronounce when i first encounter them gets easier as i get exposed to it a few more times.. so i guess exposing yourself to the language through as many different ways as possible will help
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example.. daisukidesu だいすきです I REALLY LIKE skiing so I think... I would DIE to go SKI = DIE-SKI. For those that are new daisukidesu means you really like something.
some of these you may have to work at because they don't always have a memonic for everything and not each one will work for someone else. you have to relate it for yourself. Finding them is like solving a puzzle at times but I promise when you do you will never forget it! がんばって下さいね！ :)
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