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Their Beginner students only have class for 1. It’s so damn difficult that I have had the feeling I wanted to quit these several months. What do you think of this book? Also, even a non-Romance language speaker usually still knows a little bit of Latin roots and, sometimes, even a bit of grammar due to scientific terminology etc.

I need a book that will help me with my weak grammar areas without boring me to death with remedial vocabulary and sentences. Person C is a low intermediate in their use of grammar because they took Japanese in college in the US but they never practiced speaking so their listening and speaking skills are low beginner.

Her English was great but she was nice and let me practice. I think I found a good book that focuses on verbs.


Consistency is incredibly important. When I ordered it, the projected arrival ioou was somewhere between the middle of May to the middle of June, so it arrived early.

Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. This site uses cookies. If you don’t interact with real Japanese you aren’t going to actually acquire anything. What mainly does it teach? I believe there ikok answers to some of the exercises, but I believe they also have a section where you’re encouraged to use your own answers. Forums Work Study Travel Apartments.


I believe this to be true. A little background information before I cuukyuu get to the point: If I remember correctly, they give suggested answers, but ideally you should have a teacher checking this section.

I guesstimate that I know 5, or more Japanese words. Recently, someone commented favorably on my work ethic when it comes to learning Japanese. You’ve basically been playing the tutorial level for 4 years and have yet to even start the actual game.

If you are new to learning Japanese, read kiou Starter’s Guide. It makes sense that it’s easier for you to read. This is basically just like the calendar trick from the Hacking Japanese Supercourse from Nihongoshark which I made use of when learning the Kanji.

I was up early, so I opened up Memrise and started working on vocabulary: About 3 weeks ago I decided to pick up Spanish. Has anybody seen or used the book Chuukyuu e Ikou? I have been to Japan but not recently. With a dictionary I will of course understand the words but I still don’t get the message. It has been a pretty good Japanese morning. I was watching Attack on Titan yesterday and mid-way through the episode I suddenly realised that I understood a lot of what was being said even when I covered the subtitles with my hands, and could identify a lot of grammar or vocab that I knew.

So, the moral of all this is: I am doing something fundamentally wrong in studying Japanese, I just don’t know what So I, for one, wouldn’t be too surprised by much slower progress in it. You should take a textbook break in your personal time but remain studying it with your teacher.


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Made me feel like shit about my Japanese ability Ikoh following will result in post removal: Consider the OP’s skill level when answering a question. Each of these people has a different learning need.

Use a guided reader if you cannot read unassisted yet. I figure that the only affordable alternative right now is to self-study iou if I have any extra money, spend my money traveling in Japan instead of on worthless classes.

My tutor sent me a link to the book on Amazon Japan, but I ended up ordering it from White Rabbit Japanwhich sells a lot of language learning stuff.

Has anybody seen or used the book Chuukyuu e Ikou? – GaijinPot Forums

At that pace you should have been done with Genki 1 and 2 after only about a year or a little more. If you want to spend time building and customizing decks, anki or Memrise will be for you; if you want to just learn something prebuilt and low hassle, iKnow!

There are heaps of Japanese people who are happy to Skype with you, and will swap you J lessons fro E lessons.

I won’t of course, but this odd experience did open my eyes: Content creators wishing to advertise must contact the mods first.

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