Other learning courses, books?
Hey Guys :)
I am wondering if there are any other recources you'd recommend to learn japanese.
I am using Duolingo and Memrise currently. I just feel that both of them lack something, I can't seem to understand what the course is trying to teach me, I'm stuck at Time Course 3. I can't seem to understand how to build sentences and reading the kanji ect. It feels like it lacks grammar explanation, with examples ect.
I am able to read hiragana and am currently working on learning katakana, while trying to remember words. It´s very much.
I have heard about japanese from zero and genki. Is that something you would recommend, or do you use anything different?
And how do you guys learn Japanese? Kanji first? Grammar first? Both at the same time?
I'd be really thankful for every answer I can get on this topic. Just before I burn my money I'd like to know if it's worth it to burn it for studying material.
Thanks in advance, have a nice morning/ day/ evening.
You can find many useful resources in this post (click on this gray text). I hope you find them useful. Concerning the learning method, it may differ from one person to another, but considering how different the Japanese sentence structure from English is and the nature of the Japanese writing system, I recommend picking up a good grammar book, and the continuous learning and review of kanji in parallel with any study approach you decide.