Learning Japanese The most difficult way possible and The Easy Way.


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Learning Japanese The most difficult way possible and The Easy Way Komei Harada http://www.komeiharada.com/Japanese Learn Japanese society Read manga funnies Watch Japanese animé Read Japanese amusement manuals Talk sensibly well Visit Japan and get by Converse with Japanese companions Work with the Japanese
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Learning Japanese The Hard Way and The Easy Way Komei Harada http://www.komeiharada.com/Japanese

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Learn Japanese society Read manga funnies Watch Japanese animã© Read Japanese diversion manuals Speak sensibly well Visit Japan and get by Talk to Japanese companions Do business with the Japanese Speak a couple expresses and be amicable Why learn Japanese?

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Phonetic characters Hiragana (46 roasts) For unique Japanese words. Made by disentangling kanjis. こんにちは ( great day) かわ ( waterway) Katakana (46 roasts) For remote words/names Created by taking parts of kanjis. カメラ camera ララ・クロフト Lara Croft Japanese Characters

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Phonetic characters Hiragana (46 singes) For unique Japanese words. Made by improving kanjis. こんにちは ( great day) かわ ( stream) Katakana (46 singes) For remote words/names. Made by taking parts of kanjis. カメラ camera ララ・クロフト Lara Croft Roma-ji (Roman characters) Kon-nichiwa (great day) Kawa (waterway) Japanese Characters

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Kanji – Chinese Characters Imported from China a couple of thousand years back. There may be ~ 50,000 6,000 in the PC character codes alone Students learn 1,000 by 6 th grade Each character ordinarily has 2 or more readings ひ “ hi” as in Hitachi にち “ nichi” as in Nippon Japanese Characters 日 sun

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Kanji – Chinese Characters Imported from China a couple of thousand years back. There may be ~ 50,000 6,000 in the PC character codes alone Students learn 1,000 by 6 th grade Each character normally has 2 or more readings ひ “ hi” as in Hitachi にち “ nichi” as in Nippon Japanese Characters 日 sun

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Kanji – Chinese Characters Imported from China a couple of thousand years back. There may be ~ 50,000 6,000 in the PC character codes alone Students learn 1,000 by 6 th grade Each character regularly has 2 or more readings ひ “ hi” as in Hitachi にち “ nichi” as in Nippon Japanese Characters 日 sun

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Kanji – Chinese Characters Imported from China a couple of thousand years back. There may be ~ 50,000 6,000 in the PC character codes alone Students learn 1,000 by 6 th grade Each character regularly has 2 or more readings ひ “ hi” as in Hitachi にち “ nichi” as in Nippon “No way I’m going to realize those! Demonstrat to me a simple way!” Japanese Characters 日 sun

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The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to declare Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No interesting “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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“bonsai” The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to maintain Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No interesting “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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“bonsai” The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to affirm Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No amusing “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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“banzai” The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to profess Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No interesting “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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“banzai” The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to affirm Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No entertaining “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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“ Date” “sake” The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to affirm Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No amusing “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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“ Date” “sake” The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to proclaim Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No entertaining “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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Karaoke Honda Tsunami Shogun The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to affirm Roma-ji ! All consonants are similar to in English – No clever “ll” and “ch” like in Spanish/Italian/French Only 5 vowels: An, E, I, O, U – Get them right!

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Forget Roma-ji! Learn hiragana/katakana What’s “kyoto”? きょうと (京都) Kyoto City きょうとう (教頭) head educator きょとう (巨頭) financier The Hard Way –and– The Easy Way Learn to purport Roma-ji !

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ジェーソン・ウィーズナー クリス・チェ(イ)ンバーズ トロイ・マッシュバーン スナ・カン(グ) エリック・タム ロサウラ・サンドバル デイブ・ガストリン ケン・ブローズ エルギン・デルビソル マイク・ã‚\'ンサレス マイク・ファッジ ケーシー・ホルツ アルナブ・バス ティプ・プルカヤスタ Names

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Tongue Twisters この釘は引き抜きにくい釘だ。 Kono kugi wa hiki nuki nikui kugi da. This nail is a nail that is difficult to haul out. 東京特許許可局長今日急遽休暇許可拒否 Tokyo tokkyo kyoka kyokuchou kyou kyuukyo kyuuka kyoka kyohi Tokyo Patent Office Director today all of a sudden denies excursion approbation. Attempt your dialect at http://www.uebersetzung.at/twister/ja.htm

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おはようございます こんにちは こんばんは ではまた Greetings “Ohayou gozaimasu” Good morning “Kon-nichiwa” Good day “Konbanwa” pleasant night “Dewa mata” (see you) once more (“Sayounara” is “Good-bye”)

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Talk to the Japanese The Easy Way Learn to say the Japanese welcome well. Utilize the considerate structure; Be protected Then you can change to communicating in English! – Just talk, gradually Japanese individuals may know English syntax superior to anything you  “Ohayou gozaimasu” Good morning “Kon-nichiwa” Good day “Konbanwa” pleasant night “Dewa mata” (see you) once more (“Sayounara” is “Good-bye”)

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ありがとうございます どういたしまして はい いいえ More Phrases “Arigatou gozaimasu” Thank you “Dou itashimashite” It’s nothing (You’re welcome) “Hai” Yes “Iie” No

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Explore the provincial side Fewer individuals communicate in English Fewer signs in English See conventional way of life Try your Japanese aptitudes! Going in Japan Stay in the Tokyo or Kyoto zone – signs are in English numerous individuals communicate in English Writing down (English) frequently helps

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English - anxiety accent E.g., desert (fruitless); desert (to leave) expand (thing); build (verb) Japanese – tonal accent はし hashi (span) はし hashi (chopstick) Tonal Accent (Unlike Chinese) Most words have a couple of syllables or all the more Wrong intonations seldom cause perplexity Pay more regard for your vowels! An, E, I, O, U

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Similarity to Other Languages Grammar これ-が

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