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    http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/columns/0002/

    pera pera penguin, I think it's great lots of short little lessons well presented and very helpful
    Jude Peel

    "Flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." - Douglas Adams

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    2 more resources which were designed from Japan.

    A Video download on "Japanese for Martial artists Language Course" is at http://www.DownloadKarate.com.

    Also the page following is a site that allows people to go to Japan for an intensive Karate & Japanese language immersion program combined. http://www.wle-japan.com/learn-karat...tial_arts.html

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    Has anyone been here?

    http://www.japanesepod101.com/

    I've downloaded a few of the very first lessons and listened to them. I've been thinking about subscribing for a month or so to check out the rest of the lesson materials. I did like the podcasts, though.

    Mark

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    I completed an online course at http://www.YesJapan.com

    It took me nearly two years, but it launched me into conversational Japanese, with a firm base; including hiragana, katakana, and a couple of hundred kanji; from which to continue to study on my own.

    I have found this free downloadable dictionary indispensible:

    http://wakan.manga.cz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Murray
    Has anyone been here?

    http://www.japanesepod101.com/

    I've downloaded a few of the very first lessons and listened to them. I've been thinking about subscribing for a month or so to check out the rest of the lesson materials. I did like the podcasts, though.

    Mark
    I have listened to a few of them. They seem good so far and you get listen practice. I try to listen on my lunch break at work.

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    Here's one I've used a few times:

    http://japanese.about.com/

    Give it a shot if you'd like. I'm quite happy with it.
    Pat Massey

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    Default Online Kanji learning

    Hello everybody!

    A thread search didn't bring up this site, so hopefully it hasn't been posted before. It is really well done.
    http://www.japanese-kanji.com/
    Jan Lipsius
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    "An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind." Gandhi

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    If you are willing to pay, i strongly recommend this site: Japanesepod.

    This is an amazing website to learn speaking and writing Japanese. I've been using it for nearly a year, and my japanese leveled up nicely. Was VERY useful in my last trip to Japan

    Ryokushin
    Please visit my website: www.47Ronins.com

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    This is one that I have used to get more vocabulary, it is extremely good.

    www.smart.fm

    This adapts to what YOU need. I recommend using kanji and kana mode and turning off romaji all together.

    Jason Flint

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    Smile

    Thanks Ewok for this post.I am getting new information because of this.

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    I previously used one website for learning Japanese Language.I hope i am going in right direction.



    http://www.learnjapanesefree.com/

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    Default Easy to learn Japanese Language

    Here is the website which contain some basic information Japanese Language i.e Japanese Hiranjana and Japanese Katakana and Learn whole Japanese here

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    Default Online Japanese Language free

    Here is also useful link those wants to learn Japanese basic.


    learn Japanese | learning Japanese
    [URL="http://www.learnjapanesefree.com/"]learn japanese[/URL] language free online :):):)

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    Mods, please sort out this spamming freak!
    David Noble
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    I'll think of a proper sig when I get a minute...

    For now, I'm just waiting for the smack of the Bo against a hard wooden floor....

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    Hello David,

    Well, this thread was started in 2004 and I am surprised that the spamming freak would choose probably the most infrequently visited forum in the whole of E-Budo to do his spamming.

    It is not as if he chose the forum about SK in Morocco, for example, or the return of Dr Stupid to E-Budo, to demonstrate his spamming skills. No. he chose the Language forum.

    So, I regard this as a possible linguistic variant of the Nigerian money scam forum, immortalized by David Craig (aka Soulend).

    One possibility is to tell brad 12 that it is absolutely essential that he learns ancient Sumerian and cuneiform script before attempting to tell us how to learn Japanese. The advantage is that if he did learn Sumerian, he would be in a better position to understand the really ancient Japanese system that predated kanji and kana, by about 80,000 years, according to one source. This is all in the Takeuchi documents. Have you heard of these?

    Of course, I could simply delete all his posts, but, as some film star once said, where's the fun in that?


    Best wishes,

    PAG

    PS.By the way, I am well aware that brad 12 has the same user address as the language courses he/she promotes, which, incidentally, are completely valueless in teaching the Japanese language.
    Last edited by P Goldsbury; 19th June 2010 at 15:44.
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