10 Steps to Start Learning Japanese

May 12th, 2015
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One of the most important things for people to realize is why they are doing something. So the first step is to figure out why you are learning Japanese so you can stay motivated to continue. Write down your goal on a post-it, and post it somewhere you will see it everyday.

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10 Steps to Start Learning JapaneseSteps to Start Learning JapaneseDefine Your GoalsLearn About Learning AJATT is a Good Place to StartStart Listening to JapaneseLearn Katakana and HiraganaTry to Forget RomajiStart Learning KanjiSeek Out Friends Learning JapaneseGet a Good BookVocab Is A KeyBe AwareNote: During this whole process you should be trying to read and learn vocabDefine your GoalsOne of the most important things for people to realize is why they are doing something. So the first step is to figure out why you are learning Japanese so you can stay motivated to continue. Write down your goal on a post-it, and post it somewhere you will see it everyday. Every time you get another reason add it to another post-it note next to the last one. That should help to keep you focused.Learn About Learning AJATT is a good place to startEveryone always talks about l

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