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Learning Japanese

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Learning Japanese

by Ronald Timoshenko
Learning Japanese
Learning Japanese
Learning Japanese

What is it about?

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Learning Japanese

App Details

Version
2.0.2
Rating
(1179)
Size
13Mb
Genre
Education Reference
Last updated
November 27, 2012
Release date
June 21, 2010
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App Store Description

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ALSO AVAILABLE
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Be sure to check out "Japanese Alphabet Study Guide" and "Kana Kanji Funtime", also available in the app store! The perfect complements to "Learning Japanese"! Just search for "Japanese Alphabet Study Guide" or "Kana Kanji Funtime" and download today!
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Tae Kim's Guide to Learning Japanese now available in the app store! Topics covered include:

- The Japanese Writing System (Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji)
- Basic Japanese Grammar (Particles, Gobi, Tense, etc.)
- Essential Japanese Grammar (Polite Forms, Conditionals, etc.)
- Special Expressions (Causative, Amounts, Honorific, etc.)
- Advanced Topics (Formal Expressions, Volitional, etc.)

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A Japanese guide to learning Japanese grammar

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This guide is an attempt to systematically build up the grammatical structures that make up the Japanese language in a way that makes sense in Japanese. It may not be a practical tool for quickly learning immediately useful Japanese phrases (for example, common phrases for travel). However, it will logically create grammatical building blocks that will result in a solid grammatical foundation. For those of you who have learned Japanese from textbooks, you may see some big differences in how the material is ordered and presented. This is because this guide does not seek to forcibly create artificial ties between English and Japanese by presenting the material in a way that makes sense in English. Instead, examples with translations will show how ideas are expressed in Japanese resulting in simpler explanations that are easier to understand.



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Please note that this application does not contain Romaji. You will be required to learn the Kana (Hiragana and Katakana) to be able to fully complete this guide. Don't worry though, it's covered in the "Writing System" section.

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