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 No.54275

I started learning Japanese this week. I feel really good because I recognize a lot of what I'm learning from watching anime. Excited to get to the point where I can start reading Yotsuba&! Hopefully some day I'll be able to read VNs easily.

I just hope I don't begin to slack off and eventually give up like everything else I tried to learn...

 No.54277

did the other thread die? anyways gl anon

 No.54278

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Just remember to do RTK and give it your best shot!

 No.54279

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Yeah, good luck anon.

 No.54289

starting is easy
tried to pick it up 3 or 4 times already, don't think i will do it ever again

 No.54291

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It's merely a cognitive test, it's merely a cognitive test.

 No.54292

Just remember to always do your reps and you'll be fine. Easy peasy, even a kid could do it

 No.54294

Nippongo expert here. The most important things are: always look stuff up when you come across things you don't know or are unsure about, and watch lots of anime. Also don't use shit like d*go because that's for gaylords.

 No.54297

>>54294
>d*go
lol got me wondering what d*go was for a bit there. d*****go

 No.54298

>>54297
Yeah, I always forget about the spoiler tags. Oh well.

 No.54505

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Arigato, Mr Roboto!

 No.54508

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I want to start learning it... but I've procrastinated for so long. I don't understand how people can learn hundreds of little symbols that look so similar to each other.
Good luck, or "ganbatte" as they say

 No.54514

>>54508
>I don't understand how people can learn hundreds of little symbols that look so similar to each other.
Because it's fun.

 No.54549

dekinai

 No.54858

今までの勉強がどう?

 No.54861

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>>54275
Good luck anon. I've been learning for about a year now and it's one of the hardest things I've ever done in my life. Japanese is absolutely insane. Remember that having fun is way more important that trying to learn quickly.

 No.54862

>>54858
You mean は.

 No.54905

>>54862
what's the greatest difference between the two particles?

 No.54916

>>54905
Not that anon but just read more. I don't think I've ever seen ~がどう?.

 No.54937

>>54905
For this specific case, it's because in sentences that follow the pattern X(particle)Y, where Y is a "question word" like なに、だれ、どう etc., the particle is always は, but it's a complicated topic. The book "Making Sense of Japanese Grammar" by Jay Rubin has a pretty good explanation (probably the only English language one you should trust), you can easily find it in PDF format.

 No.55004

Here's some nice Japanese trivia that I just figured out after seeing an ero manga with "netorase" in the title:
「寝とる」[ねとる] means to steal one's spouse,「寝取られ(る)」[ねとられ(る)] means to have one's spouse stolen, and「寝取らせ(る)」[ねとらせ(る)] means for oneself to let one's own spouse be stolen.

 No.55006

>>55004
Can't believe people are going to learn passive and causative due to frickin ntr of all things...

 No.55013

>>54905
You should read Tae Kim's Japanese Grammar Guide!

 No.55091

>>55013
Wish there was a guide like this for every language.

 No.55093

>>55091
no other language has as many people wanting to learn it

 No.55094

>>55093
Well, there's english, but obviously that's sort of a moot point.

 No.55095

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>>55093
What about javascript?
apo-----n

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>>55095
Clever girl

 No.55100

>>55095
There are plenty of thorough, well organized guides for every common programming language, but none of them explain things as succinctly or clearly as tae kim does japanese.

 No.55113

>>55091
Tae Kim is concise and not much more. I'm sure if you look around you could find grammar guides suited for self-learners for other languages too.




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