where i can learn japanese?

@m_5ugar (1013)
Malaysia
April 22, 2007 11:46pm CST
im so into japanese. i love to learn their language. now, i just listen to japanese songs and watch japanese movie.
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• Philippines
23 Apr 07
Me too! I'm so into japanese ever since.^_^ I just love listening to jpop and jrock, watch anime, jdramas and jmovies as well.^_^ I also wanted to learn how to speak the language.^_^ At first I tried searching the web if there are sites offering lessons. Then I started to hit the books. Hmmm.. I found videos in some sites like in Youtube which teaches nihonggo.^_^ Oh, if you love watching japanese, do try this site: http://www.crunchyroll.com There are also videos there who can teach you how to speak japanese.^_^ I've watched the first parts and I think they'll be really helpful for you too...^_^
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• China
25 Apr 07
I like Japanese animation very much so i like to learn this language. I should say it is simple when learn this language at the beginning but difficult when you learn more. i give you some advice to learn this which is also i use to learn Japanese. 1. When you know how to spell the pronounciation of Japanese, you can listen to the song and sing it. 2. You can watch animation to have a good feel of this language. 3. You can find many information on net to learn it. and choose what you need. 4. The most important is you should put your heart in it, and love it. I think that if you are really interested in something, you can learn it well.
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@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
25 Apr 07
thanks lionel. when i sing japanese songs, i will find the lyrics. it is easy for me to sing along and can improve my japanese. :)
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• Germany
27 Aug 07
yes,that's what i do;also,sometimes,when i listen to radio i can't stand it because i'm used to jp music now and i can't hear even one song without surprising me ps. have you heard of japan a radio? i listen to it on the pc
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
28 Aug 07
Didn't have the chance to hear japan radio. I'm so busy doing mylot. LOL
• New Zealand
6 Sep 07
I listen to japan-a-radio, it is great they play good music, and on the site they have a bar that tells you details about the song (name and artist) so if you like the song you can note the details down and try and find it later to listen to again :).
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
7 Sep 07
That's right cellophone.
@sugarfloss (2140)
• Malaysia
5 Jul 07
Take up Japanese classes-online or offline.Watching Japanese films and listening to their music might help too.Do you have Japanese friends?Make friends online!
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
8 Jul 07
I do not have time to make online friends. Now, I just listen to their music. Do you love Japan music?
• Malaysia
12 Jul 07
i like japanese songs too.but i'm more familiar with utada hikaru-as for now.luck on your japanese classes!
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
16 Jul 07
Thanks sugarfloss. :)
@megumiart (3780)
• United States
12 Sep 07
hey! I'm Japanese. :] I offer an online tutoring service [tutoring, Not full on teaching] if your interested, contact me and I'll give ya more info.
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
23 Sep 07
Yes, I want to learn.
@pinkista (892)
• Philippines
16 Jun 07
same here, i love japanese entertainment, the music, the bands, singers, the shows, movies, etc related to japanese is really great. with just listening or watching japanese tv shows/movies you can easily learn w/ that make sure that the show you are watching has english subtitles hahaha.
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
18 Jun 07
Yup. Must have the english subtitle. Or else I will definitely did not understand what the movie was about. :)
• Philippines
2 May 07
why don't you try playing Japanese video games? do you know Utada Hikaru i think she's still the reigning top pop artist there. i wanted to learn japanese too just like you hehehehe i know it can help me understand japanese video games
@m_5ugar (1013)
• Malaysia
5 May 07
yeah, i tried play kingdom hearts 2.. the songs in that game was by utada hikaru. so, from that game, i find the songs.. the songs is so amazing.. sanctuary
• Japan
27 Jun 07
I can't believe anybody would want to learn Japanese. I've lived in Japan for 16 years now and still struggle to make daily conversation!! It is a tough language but also very interesting!! At the moment I'm listening to my 4th grader read his Japanese school book and have no idea what he is reading about!! There are loads of sites that offer Japanese study. Try to find one that offers the Japanese profieceny test. Level one of that test gives you enough Japanese to enter a Japanese university. Even if you don't do the test it is a good system to learn from. I do have a bookmark for one site because I can't find it now. Good luck dreamjapan