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Kiekoes Netherlands

  Fri, March 16th, 2012 at 18:14
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Yatterman on Fri, March 16th, 2012 at 18:10 GMT  
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.


Yeah, without furigana I would be nowhere with reading manga. wink But yeah, my listening is also way better than my reading, becuase I know words that I cannot write.

This post has been edited by Kiekoes, Fri, March 16th, 2012 at 18:15

Reason: Forgot one word. [/fail]
 
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