Following that “I wanna learn Japanese”, depending on who you are talking to, will either be something along the lines of “teach me” or “say something”. If you’re one of the “teach me” sort of people, this post is sort of for you. It’s actually more for the people who are in a position I
I have friends who want to learn Japanese. There’s one thing I always tell them when they ask me where to start – learn kana, also known as hiragana and katakana. They are two out of three of the Japanese writing systems and they are where you should start. They’re basically the key that opens
That was more or less the question my friend asked me. First I’m going to cover what I did that worked for me, then I’ll cover what I’m doing now. It’s in chronological order too, I would say. I’m going to say right now though don’t trust my methods. Go to Tofugu.com or something instead.