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The one, the only, Japanesepod 101
The best japanese learning podcasts out there, in my not-so-humble opinion. There's a free trial, and subscriptions aren't very much.
First off, I totally agree that JapanesePod101 is a great Japanese learning podcast.
My questions to saraLynne, what exactly do you pay for when you subscribe? I'm "subscribed" to the podcast I believe that provides a wealth of different podcasts from beginner to advance. What else do you get when you pay for it? Or are even the podcats I'm getting not all of them that are offered?
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Also, by even signing up for the week trial, you can access, and post, on the forum there. You don't need to be a paying subscriber, just registered.
I also recommend their sister site Englishpod101 for listening practice. The layout of the site is the same, and the lessons are targeted at Japanese speakers learning English. I find the Japanglesh Express and beginner lessons to be the most useful, although I do try to at least view the comments for the audio blogs, even if I don't have time to listen. Interestingly, I have learned some about other English dialects there, (mostly Strine) mostly from some of the other native speakers that visit. (mostly Maxiewawa)
Several people (including myself) are trying to get the users of both sites to interact with each other. Many of EP101's early listeners were actually students of Japanese that went over from JP101 as the site launched.
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