Is there any free other resources to study Japanese
I'm looking for more resources to use, and I wonder what is the most easiest way to do so.
I use an app called Kawaii. I like it because it has a lot of beautiful illustrations and games within it.
Animelon, bussu, wanikani, nihongo no baka, tofugo, tinycards, memrise, and good ol' duolingo forums!
PS, also youtubers: 'ken cannon', and 'that japanese man yuta'
Try "Human Japanese" which is not free but does not cost you much. It gives you a deep understaning how a Japanese sentence is structured and works. I strongly recommend it. The first few lessons are free - as I recall.
There is a free 1st edition of Genki pdf here: https://www.quora.com/Where-can-I-find-a-PDF-of-Genki-Japanese-textbooks
The answer key is on Reddit. You just have to find it here: https://www.reddit.com/r/LearnJapanese/comments/9v5nau/genki_1_workbook_answer_key/
Memrise was one of the first apps I used. Your local library may have Japanese books filled with lessons, or Japanese dictionaries.
Tae Kim’s guide to learning Japanese is a resource I find very useful. It’s available on the web and if you’re on iOS, it also has a great app. I don’t know if it has an app on Android though.
I found one called JapanesePod101. It has videos that help teach you grammar, Kanji, Etc. (Tons of lessons...)
Here are some scanned copies of a 90's magazine called Mangajin, a fun way to study Japanese, using comics.
Find a pdf of genki, but it requires knowledge of Hirigana, Katakana + the diagraphs.
Japanese From Zero Video series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOcym2c7xnBwU12Flkm5RcLIEhvURQ8TB
Jisho (dictionary, kanji stroke order etc.): https://jisho.org
Minato is a great site with free online courses. Some of them have tutor support: https://minato-jf.jp