japanese language

Philippines
December 28, 2006 6:45am CST
how can i learn to speak a japanese language w/out spending much money
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9 responses
@SplitZip (1490)
• Portugal
28 Dec 06
I find that it's easier to learn certain languages if you are enrolled in a class with a few other students. Learning japanese by yourself can be very tedious, especially when trying to learn all the basic kanji. My advice is that you should try to find a japanese class that is not too expensive and isn't too crowded. Some people do learn by themselves, but personally, I think that's difficult with japanese and what you end up spending on books is only a bit less than what you'll spend on classes. I started to study japanese by myself and learned the basics, but for more advanced topics you need help from a teacher, someone who can clear up your doubts and questions. About the classes, I can make one suggestion: start by checking at the japanese embassy of your country, some japanese embassies have japanese language courses at low prices.
• Philippines
31 Dec 06
thankss for giving me a suggestion... i will find time to check what our japanese embassy here has..thankd for helping..
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@SplitZip (1490)
• Portugal
1 Jan 07
No problem. Remember, even if they don't have courses on their premises, they should be able to give you names of schools that do. Good luck!
@al_cat4 (11)
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
Learning involve investment. These includes your basic resource, which are time, effort and money. You may exert more time and effort to reduce your cost. however, you may visit some website such as TheJapanesePage.com, they a lot of information regarding learning japanese. There are ebooks also available on the web, if you are lucky you can find some audio file teaching how to speak japanese properly as normal japanese does...
@kirokiro (95)
• Malaysia
29 Jan 07
Hi, i am learning Japanese language on my own too~ I borrow books from Japan library in my country. The resources should be enought for beginner. I am at the baby stage, memorizing Hiragana. Ganbatte yo~
@mageside (397)
• Japan
1 Jan 07
if you really want to learn japanese, having a japanese class is the easiest way to learn it... You will just spend 2 hours every day for 2 months... Within that span of days you will learn the basics, how to write and speak... But if you dont have time maybe you can read english - japanese dictionary.. If you are eager enough, i bet you will learn... I also want to learn, i just spend some time reading... Thanks!
• Philippines
25 Apr 07
You will learn Japanese in a small cost only by having the Japanese software program. Everyhting you want to know is all there in the program. If you have that you will learn by yourself
• Philippines
25 Apr 07
Ya! Aiyu_yuan Ohayo gozaimasu ! Ogenke desu ka. ( HI! Aiyu_yuan (Goodmorning ! How are you doing today!/ How do you do today! You can learn japanese laguage in a small cost. I think you need the program. A Japanese software program to be install in your computer. So anytime you will just access on your computer to learn everything. On the program you will learn everything about japanese language as well its meaning in English. I studied Japanese Language for cost of 11,000.00 pesos plus handouts. So I learn by myself. The secrete of learning Japanese is to learn its basic grammar then have a continues conversation in a Japanese.
@jackf501 (854)
• Malaysia
1 Jan 07
try this link it might help you some http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/521200.aspx happy new year
@slg_goyal (327)
• India
1 Jan 07
very simple settle in japan or adopt two kids from japan
• Italy
28 Dec 06
hihihi, I don't inters to learn japanase language because i know English ( it's the best language in world ). Thanks for posting and wlcome here ! Ettore