Category Archives for Japanese

Best Online Japanese Courses

  • April 5, 2021

In this article we look as some of the best online Japanese courses and classes. Japanese is one of the most popular foreign languages among native English speakers. Surprisingly though, there aren't as

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Best Way to Learn Japanese

Updated November 19, 2023If you want to learn Japanese, finding a good program is hard...Which is surprising when there are almost 130 million people who speak Japanese in Japan and aboard. Not to

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The Ultimate Review of Japanesepod101

  • December 9, 2020

Review of: Japanesepod101 Use: Japanese learning website/app set up around audio podcast lessons. Japanesepod101 also provides tools and resources in addition to their audio material. I LikeOver

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Should I learn Japanese or Korean?

  • November 6, 2020

This post is for anyone who is on the fence about learning either Japanese or Korean. Here we’ll look at some of the pros and cons of learning each language, and provide you with a few resources to help

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How to Learn Japanese in Your Sleep

  • November 4, 2020

In the first matrix movie there is a scene where Neo first learns about the possibilities of the matrix. They hook up his brain and download the knowledge of kung fu. Instantly he is a kung fu master. For

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Duolingo Japanese (Ultimate Review)

  • November 11, 2019

With over 300 million  users around the world and over 90 language courses across 22 languages, Duolingo is the largest and most popular language learning app in the world. But how well does

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Best App to Learn Japanese (Our Top 5 Picks)

Updated November 5th, 2023Sometimes it feels like Japanese leaners are at a disadvantage compared to students of other languages. Japanese is one of the most difficult languages to learn for native English

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The Ultimate Review of Rocket Japanese

  • August 27, 2018

Japanese is one of the most popular foreign languages to learn for native English speakers (especially those from the US). Only Spanish and French command greater interest. You'd think with such a

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