How im going to accpmplish my dreams of being fluent in Japanese
Ok so what im going is getting really far on every single level I unlock so keep on going higher lvl 1 lvl 2 lvl 3 even on the easiest things well in my opinion at least. Japenese I think is a hard language to learn for starters I started out knowing nothing about Japanese and now im identifying English meanings of kanji symbols. I'm very proud of my hard work but I still get very stumped on some things still but I still practice and learn more.
I would also highly recommend seeking out additional resources for learning Japanese. Especially for studying grammar and kanji.
Currently the DuoLingo course doesn't spend much time on these subjects and they are very very important to understanding Japanese. You can't start soon enough on either topic.
A flashcard program, like Anki, Tiny Cards or Memrise and a grammar resource, like Tae Kim's grammar guide would be a good starting point. Or the app, LingoDeer, which has a similar layout to DuoLingo but covers more grammar and kanji. It also has a gentler learning curve, since it introduces you to sentence construction more gradually.
im trying to master all the three alphabets and im so happy I have fellow English speakers who are also so passionate about learning Japanese and helping and thanks because I have learned nothing about kanji here but I actually have kanji photos on my wall
If you're aiming to be of N2-N1 (or maybe even N3) level, I suggest you also take actual language classes and make sure to have someone to practice with (a fellow learner or a Japanese native). It gets harder in the long run and if you're determined, I know you'll manage.
Good luck and do your best!
exactly what i'm planning too do, ( Optimism overdrive! )
stay persistent and good luck to you, madam!
Everyone learning Japenese i hope you do good even when it can get hard and btw something funny is my brothers he is 6 calls it Giraffe - a - nese
now I'm getting into the harder stuff I am really struggling with longer sentences. I knew 7 Japanese words when I started actively learning Japanese and now I know a lot more but still getting stuck. It happens. Japanese is a difficult language to learn you have three alphabets, you have formal and informal text etc. There is a lot to take on board. I've downloaded an app called HiNative to ask actual Japanese speakers about my pronunciation and things I'm stuck with including help with my grammar. Bought study books etc