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The best techniques to learn the Japanese language. By Me

Hello Guys From All Over The World

First Time I Heard About Japanese Conversation Was in 2008 16 years old in Anime

I had Hard Time With Pronunciation but after All That I improved

After My Way To Learn Japanese
in 2 months I was Able to Read and Write and Speak in Japanese

Today I will show Some Techniques

To Japanese (For People Who are First Time To Learn Japanese)

1. Purchase These Books (Amazon)
--Let's Learn Hiragana: First Book of Basic Japanese Writing

In these Book It will Show About Anything Related to Write Sentence

--Let's Learn Katakana: Second Book of Basic Japanese Writing
As Same Before it

-Let's Learn Kanji: An Introduction to Radicals, Components and 250 Very Basic Kanji-

For Basic 250 Kanji To Know 1000Knji From It
Notebook:
Practice on Kana Letters (Hiragana & Katakana) 45 Letters
Write each letter 10 times in Notebook
And while you are writing pronounced and write like
Write  (あ )  A and say  (あ )A each time you write ,ok.
Tutorials Videos:

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/lesson/english/download/index.html

Each Lesson Only Will Take From Your Time Only 10 mins

-Japanese Basic I and II with NHK Japanese
Basic Japanese Lesson 29 mins + NHK World Lesson 10 mins
= 39 mins = 53 Days Native Speaker Of Japanese = Amazing ^-^
Spent 1 lesson for each in 53 Days See Result
Equation is just "Listen And repeat the Conversation"
Do not Try To understand just Listen And Repeat Only…
Do not repeat the video just the conversation
e.g.: if Watch lesson 1 do not try to repeat the video Tomorrow just go to
the lesson 2 just like…etc

http://isohunt.com/torrent_details/327304521/Basic+Japanese?tab=summary



http://isohunt.com/torrent_details/110675217/Basic+Japanese?tab=summary
Best Regards
Mohammed Hassan

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