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Skipping Unnecessary Kanji – Remembering the Kanji Tips

Remembering the Kanji Tips – Skipping is Good for You In many different posts related to reading, sentence mining and even kanji, AJATT recommends that we should skip more than Continue reading

Language Learning Goals Template (AJATT)

Goals are essential when learning a language. Template downloads can be found near the bottom of the post. If you have been following my blog then you may have read Continue reading

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Learn Japanese with Poop and Ready Player One! Japanese Book Reviews #2

Click here for the previous installment of Japanese Book Recommendations. I’ve spent the past 3 weeks in Sapporo, Hokkaido and from my first hand experience I can honestly say that Japan Continue reading

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効率的にフラッシュカードを作る方法

This post is also available in English. This post has been translated into Japanese by Natsumi Shibata. Check out her translation services here (Fiverr).   効率的にフラッシュカードを作る方法 先日フラッシュカードの作成方法について動画を作ったが、このブログ内ではまだ多くの人に伝える事が充分に出来ていないのではないかと思った。

Learning Japanese Entry #8 Habits, Efficiency and Dropping Classes

This is entry 8 of my Learning Japanese Diary via the AJATT method. As always, the entry I made during the time of writing is below and after the entry I will Continue reading

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How to Make SRS Sentence Flashcards Quickly and Efficiently

How to Make Sentence Flashcards Quickly この投稿は日本語でもご覧いただけます。 I made a video tutorial a while back on making sentence flashcards and I realised that probably not everyone here on the blog Continue reading

Learning Japanese Entry #7 Being a Noob, How to RTK and Time-Boxing

Introduction This is entry 7 of my Learning Japanese Diary via the AJATT method. As always, the entry I made during the time of writing is below and after the Continue reading

Matt’s take on 10,000 Sentences in a Month

10,000 Sentences in just 1 Month Doable? Yes. A good idea? Definitely not. You may have already read the guest post from a friend of mine, which is why I am Continue reading

Staying on the Immersion Train

この投稿は日本語でもご覧いただけます。 See that book on your desk that you keep putting off because you “can’t read it yet”? Pick it up and read it. Do it, now! Stop reading the Continue reading

Learning Japanese 18 Months Update – Am I Fluent?

This blog post accompanies the video I put up on YouTube for my 18 months update video. If you haven’t already seen it then you can via the link below↓ Continue reading