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Posted 3/7/08
ey... got a link where you could download free flashcards. altho you have to download and install it in your pc. they also offer free list of basic words: numbers, days, months, greetings, questions... here's the link:

free language software: http://www.byki.com/fls/free-japanese-software-download.html?l=japanese
example of a list: http://www.byki.com/lists/Japanese/adjectives-colour-and-shape

you can also post it in your blog, site, or social page... hope this too can help you... im also trying to learn japanese... goodluck!!!
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I like Japanese I want to learn it ^.^
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I want to know how to speak japanese in sentences or enough to start a conversion. Learning to write and remember the japanese words are kinda hard for me to understand.
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I want 2 learn and how 2 speak japanese
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i want to learn japanes.................
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I'm learning japanese via this software called PIMSLEUR: Japanese It's such great software. I'm learning how to speak and conjugate phrases through repetition and guessing. I've learned how to pronounce and understand more Japanese in a few lessons, than I have been through any book.



In correlation with this program: although I've not completed all the lessons. I find forums like this useful to learn words and phrases that could possibly not be covered. Such as slang and catch phrases.

By many, it's ranked higher than the program called Rosetta Stone, which only has a few hours of audio.
Pimsleur, is 100% all audio. No books, you won't be learning how to read or write the language. This explanation is made simple.

"You will be working on your vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation all at once, while also learning phrases that have practical use in daily life. It has been said that language is primarily speech. With this concept in mind, Dr. Pimsleur created his language programs on audio because he knew that students of languages would learn better with their ears, not their eyes."

"When you were learning English, could you speak before you knew how to conjugate verbs? Of course you could. That same learning process is what Pimsleur replicates."

http://www.pimsleur-language.com/method.htm


Each Lesson is apprx. 30 min.
Unit 1: 30 lessons
Unit 2: 30 lessons
Unit 3: 30 lessons

For those who are computer savy You might be able to find this online.......

Anyone else try this?
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