I make flashcards of kanji to read in the bus and study with my text books, while I'm in home I listen to podcast. Could you recommend other techniques, maybe a way to contact native Japanese people to speak through Skype or something to improve my Japanese.

closed as not constructive by Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams, Lukman, Mark Hosang, Alenanno, Tsuyoshi Ito Jun 6 '11 at 13:54

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    Depending on what skill level you are, some of the answers in this question might help you. – Troyen Jun 6 '11 at 5:45
  • this question is off-topic – Mark Hosang Jun 6 '11 at 7:03
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    The question seems too broad to be answerable in a useful way. In general, there are many, many techniques which help you learn a language…. Voted to close as subjective and argumentative. – Tsuyoshi Ito Jun 6 '11 at 13:53
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    On the other hand... we've now answered this question to a great extent on meta – jkerian May 17 '12 at 19:01

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