i wants to learn japanese language in short way. firstly i wants to learn alphabets & pronounce for these alphabets . if you are help me ,then do otherwise leave it.
learn japanese alphabets
February 27, 2013
March 25, 2013
A good way to learn the Japanese Katakana and Hiragana are to find lists that show each character as a picture. For example, the picture below is for remembering the Katakana character representing the 'ea' or 'ee' sound and they have it as part of an 'ea'sel. Therefore, you not only remember what the character looks like, but how it sounds as well. イ image: https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTudUtPxhwOpj0LCXrZza5K_CBztX1J5yTrdzJWIpHPMJ4iN6ZtFxqteg
April 8, 2013
I remember seeing some program like that, called 'Hiragana with Dr. Moku', or something. It uses a similar pictographical approach. Personally, though, I downloaded a kana chart from the wiki commons and put it as my desktop wallpaper, and would study the characters in the short intervals between loading different applications. Flash cards are good too.
April 18, 2013
To help me learn hiragana, katakana, and the first 100 Kanji I purchased 2 books from Tuttle. You can find them in stores like Barnes & Noble, but I just ordered them online. They are a great way to learn hiragana,katakana and kanji because they teach you the stroke order and provide boxes for practicing. I believe that in my hiragana and katakana book there are even some word searches. The books also provide how to pronounce the characters and even some history. I really like them and they are a good for visual and tactile learns like me.
May 14, 2013
It's good the practice writing the characters also. I used both the visual approach and written approach. With the visual approach I made it quite personal by visualising characters and attaching an object or friends personality to different characters. Worked quite well for me.