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Yatterman Finland

  Fri, March 16th, 2012 at 18:10
I learnt katakana and hiragana at the same time, I just kept studying them, learning them by heart. I had this list of kana and if I made a mistake I started from the beginning. And I repeated this process many times. When I was pretty sure I remembered all the kana I begun writing different words and getting to familiarise myself with these weird symbols by pronouncing and writing them again and again. I still can't write kanji though, I know some basic ones but if someone asks me to write a certain kanji that's no good. But I do recognise a lot of kanji, and I am able to play most Japanese games without big problems. Even those that use lots of kanji. But I usually need the speech also. I'm an audative learner and a very slow Japanese reader, and I usually get bored with games that use lots of kanji but doesn't have speech. My listening comprehension is a whole lot better than writing or reading. Can't say I properly know Japanese, but I still can do a lots of things with it. Like play games, which is, in my opinion, the best thing. Oh, and I can also read manga (with furigana) and watching anime is easy too, so hey. Just don't make me read novels or write kanji and everyone is happy.

This post has been edited by Yatterman, Fri, March 16th, 2012 at 18:11

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