What is the best way to learn Japanese?
|#26 by literallolicon|
2020-06-06 at 15:25
|#25 Do you happen to have one title in mind? I'm curious to hear.|
|#27 by shinytentacool|
2020-06-06 at 16:21
I don't. I know like 1 or 2 VNs that have a button that switches from JP/EN (Eve:Burst Error iirc) but I don't think that's enough. It should have both displayed at the same time. I don't know any VNs that do that
Although, I don't know what people's VNR/AGTH/Atlas setups are like, but I guess with those tools you could kinda make it happen for any game. My experience with those tools is very limited, but I bet you would learn a lot just from using them extensively. And it wouldn't be as boring to learnLast modified on 2020-06-06 at 16:22
|#28 by shining17|
2020-06-06 at 16:55
|Go! Go! Nippon!|
|#29 by shinytentacool|
2020-06-06 at 19:56
That doesn't seem half-bad. And it looks pretty boring to be honest, which might be a good thing
|#30 by dimensionlost|
2020-06-11 at 18:30
|The most important requirement - How much are you interested in Japan personally ?|
As for me, i like Ancient Japan (+Ancient China during Tang Dynaty).
So i am interested in the depths of these two Far-east cultures. I also watch period dramas with or without subtitles.
I am learning Japanese by self-study since Middle School (Now a University graduate), and right now, i can easily converse with Japanese people on Twitter regarding easy and basic topics like weather, anime, Martial Arts, life in current Japan etc.
My purpose of learning Japanese is to make friends with locals in Japan.
Since my goal is pretty light, so my practice is also pretty much the same. I am not going to work in Japan so that simplifies things alot. I also joke around with Japanese people on language exchange like - sometimes i just wanna laze around with confidence. (Tamani, Jisshin wo motte Dara Dara ni shitai kedo). Since i am not aiming for 100% fluency, and always learn some new words and phrases every day so, i am just enjoying it as a hobby from a long time.
Maybe i should also learn Chinese someday in near future.
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