Sources to Check Out to Furbish Up Your Japanese

https://www.japandict.com/ - an online dictionary of words, idioms, kanji, and radicals 

https://tangorin.com/ - here you can not only look up words but also example sentences with them

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBSyd8tXJoEJKIXfrwkPdbA/videos - a channel with lessons about Japanese grammar, vocabulary, culture, useful phrases, and more!

https://www.ganganonline.com/ - here you can read manga in Japanese for free

http://www.guidetojapanese.org/learn/ - this website has some assimilable and helpful articles on Japanese grammar

https://jlptstudy.net/ - study materials for JLPT

Feel free to share your own discoveries regarding helpful online sources for learning Japanese!

Mar 4, 2019 12:22 PM
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And here I am wondering why I bothered creating this post in the first place if it got lost under all the language partner requests in less than 5 mins...
March 4, 2019



The first one is the AJATT table of contents, which provides all the resources and methodology to follow in order to learn Japanese.

The second one is NukeMarines guide to Japanese Literacy, which can be combined with the AJATT method. 

If you have any questions about my own personal plan on studying Japanese you can email me, I think both of these sources are very good to follow.  

March 4, 2019
Joshua, thank you!
March 4, 2019