i think most computers have an option where you can change the keyboard.
on macs you can easily switch between keyboards, even if you dont have kanji on your keyboard you can type romaji which is automatically changed to hiragana or katakana (depends on what you pick) and after you type you can press the down arrow and see a list of options for kanji and the like
most computers made for english speakers should have some sort of function like this for lots of different languages, i'd just google and see how to set yours up
google translate is good for typing roman characters and changing it to the kana or kanji you want. you can write in that and then copy and paste. i dont know how good it's translations are, though
Hi do you want to join me and my freinds club in english for improve japanese fluency MUK6YR is the code :)
Hi do you want to join me and my freinds club on english course to improve fluency in japanese :) code is MUK6YR
True, but other courses use native names from the NEW language, e.g. the Russian for English Speakers course uses Russian names, like Anna, Dima/Dimitriy, etc. This is definitely a bit backwards.
Me too. Taro is too old name. I'm japanese,but I had met Taro in only a fairy tale
its just a Japanese name ok? You're basically asking "Who even is Josh" or something.
On android, you download it on your phone. It gets added to your list of keyboards within current use and can be switched between freely.
They definetly translated the word "is", wrong. It should translate to は, but instead, it translate to です. I suppoae it could work that way, but that is a very weird way of thinking.