I like to know what the best way to memorize the Hiragana and Katakana alphabet is. I've tried going over it agin and again. It helps some. But I need a little more help please.
Quote from grejyedi Hi I'm fluent in French and German (I'm English) and I have worked extensively in these countries as part of country operations management teams. In the twenty years I have handwritten precisely zero notes or documents - however I have written many Memos and e mails. So to me actually being able to hand write is not a skill I really need - particulary as you input to a Japanese keyboard using Romaji which then converts it. So in fact knowing the romaji is quite important If I was taking an exam or something then that would be different, but by then I would really know them by heart and the learning curve would be shorter.I'm going to be taking the JLPT sooner or later, if I want to be able to get a nice IT job in Japan they require level 1 or 2 depending on the company so xD... I've got a lot of work ahead of me... I'm aiming for level 1, but it's a long road.
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