My ears. Downloaded a whole load of podcasts to torture train my ears to get used to listening to Japanese. I usually listen to Japanese radio programs but decided to try out an audio drama instead! Not too familiar with audio dramas but basically they are mini dramas “acted” out by voice actors – no
Thanks to Orbiter, I now have a new resource for studying Japanese – JPsubbers! It’s supposed to be subs that you download and play together with the raw drama file, but I’m using it a little differently. Treating it like Dramanote, so I’m actually reading it as a text file and studying from there. HAHA.
I’ve talked about Korean webtoons before and since then I’ve been trying to find something similar in Japanese. So I’m damn happy to find out that Naver actually has a Japanese webtoon app, in addition to their regular Korean webtoon app! Personally, I’m more partial to Japanese-style of drawing manga/webtoons, so I love this app
It’s a big big world out there~ Recently (okay, today) I am quite addicted to watching youtube videos of foreigners who are fluent in Korean / Japanese. Somehow there seem to be a lot more fluent Japanese learners on youtube. SHE’S SO GOOD. Omg. I can listen to her all day. She sound totally native.
woah, that’s a long title. Part of me goes meh at the main title and yet my interest is piqued by the second line. I’m not a fan of those ‘vocabulary books’ and I deem it a waste of money. But things you can’t find in a dictionary?? That sure grabbed my attention. Approached the
hahaha a quick post before I retire for the night. I’m having soooooo much fun studying Japanese from dramas and dramanote!! I’ve talked about the site in another post before but I still wanna say how much I enjoy studying with it! Watch one ep of the drama and come back to see the notes.
Immersion is always touted as the best way to learn a language. Language immersion at the country itself is expensive and probably not available to everyone, but with the internet connection, low-cost (or even free) immersion is very much possible. Recently I’ve been listening to NHKラジオニュース podcast while doing my work. Personally I dislike podcasts that
hehehe, my stash of Japanese books!!! ^^ Or more accurately, Japanese learning books, if you ignore that Totto Chan book at the top! As you can see, majority of these are in Korean ^^;; Reviews coming up soon okay? A closer look in case you want to know the titles! There are the 3 new