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I think learners should try to spend 99% of their time using the Japanese writing system and not romanization: Reading is a highly overlearned skill, and it takes absolutely huge amounts of practice to become literate in the Japanese writing system. Since learners have limited amounts of time, it's to their advantage to start using kana and kanji as early ...


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This is how I learned it. The method takes three days to learn the whole thing. First, divide Kana into three parts - each for one day: - First part starts at あ and ends at た - Second part starts at な and ends at や - Third day covers the rest and repeats first two parts. Learn them in three consecutive days without gaps by writing characters on a piece ...



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