こんにちは, this is exciting!

#1

こんにちは,

I have started the adventure of learning Japanese. I came across this website recently and I am loving it so far! I have been using Memrise and using WankKani together has been awesome! What other tools do would you suggest?

ありがとう!

Erik

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I suggest investing in some commonly used textbooks. Genki is generally used in college classrooms, but there are a lot of online resources available when it comes to “textbook alternatives.” A lot of people recommend Tae Kim’s Guide, but I also really enjoy Maggie Sensei’s website. You’ll find websites are more like “supplemental” learning to what you’ll find in textbooks, though. :wink:

I don’t use Anki, but a lot of people love it.

For me, the #1 tools I use are native Japanese speakers (I wouldn’t call them tools though, ha). I have friends that are natives, YouTube is invaluable, and I recommend finding some music you enjoy. I’ve learned far more from those 3 mediums than I’ve ever learned from a textbook.

がんばってください!

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#3

I’d suggest Lang-8, HiNative. I haven’t try HelloTalk and iTalki, but it should be nice.

Number Two tool I’d suggest would be Anki, if you find a way to properly use it.

Also, why don’t you go see this thread:

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#4

Duolingo added Japanese, too.

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