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Tips for a Beginner

cinnnamochi
Asked 1 year ago

こんにちは!I am looking for some tips on how I should go about learning Japanese. I've already learned Hiragana and Katakana before signing up, so I'm currently learning new vocabulary as I review these two writing systems on this site. However, I'm not exactly sure how to start learning Kanji since there are 2000+ Kanji to learn. I've also been wanting to learn the basic sentence structure and grammar as well, but then again, I don't know where to start. Please let me know and respond if you have any tips on this or any other additional advice you may have. よろしくおねがいします。

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The best thing i can advise is to continue with the lessons. Nihongo master is great when it comes to going over things like sentance structure. Keep at it and it will be worth it!

センジヒカル
Answered 1 year ago

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The best tip I can give you is do a little bit of Japanese every day... even if it's just for 10 seconds, jump on do one drill if need be.

This goes with any educational platform that requires self motivated pushes...

I would also recommend if you don't already to read some of a book every day.

You'll be amazed at the end of the year how much you accomplish because of this habit building.

If you still need some help with this, I recommend going and listening to 67 Steps by Tai Lopez and use that as a platform to build these habits and understanding how powerful they are.

塵も積もれば、山となる - ちりもつもれば、やまとなる

Even dust piled up becomes mountains... that's on the front of Japanese from Zero (George Trombley)... I always remembered that.

Habits are power bro! And it looks like since you last posted this you've not done much... Find something and stick with it until you find something better.
You won't learn Japanese in idle mode.

Nihon Scope
Answered 8 months ago