Draft of learning resources that I find useful.
- Language guides to help with learning Japanese
- [NEW TREE] Official Update, March 15, 2019
- Study Japanese with Roo
It includes a Hiragana and Katakana tables, complete with Audio links ( though written left to right in the English way of reading tables. I will create a variation on this soon - to present the tables in the Japanese way, right to left. )
- Complete list of all words/phrases from the course?
- Japanese Lessons with Madeline (Lesson 1 - Hiragana Alphabet Part 1)
- Japanese Lesson Table Of Contents
|Japanese Audio Phrasebook - I||audio||KittyBlossom|
|Japanese Audio Phrasebook - II||audio||KittyBlossom|
|Japanese Audio Phrasebook - III||audio||KittyBlossom|
|Japanese Hiragana 1||audio||dakanga|
Here is a post by KittyBlossom0802 : Tinycards Deck: Audio deck for beginner/upper beginner Japanese Learners It is well worth checking out !
Edited : course skill structure was here, and with links to Tips and Notes - but currently removed - pending review. And especially because of the BRILLIANT resource that JWong60254 introduced to me - made by Duome.
That is a BRILLIANT resource ! Thank you for this JWong!
For my learning I love to be able to do a flick through the course, to get an overview. It really assists me in getting a larger picture. Seeing a scaffold, and then I am more capable of filling in the pieces.
I am very grateful to duome for creating this resource :D