Japanese study material has arrived

I have tonnes of Japanese study material, all kinds of text books, notebooks, workbooks, print-outs, websites and audio CDs but with my busy life it’s hard for me to find enough time to study and the little time I get I am tired or mentally drained and prefer my relaxing activities like photography, video games or watching anime. I have been thinking of ways to study more Japanese by making it more fun and I have come up with two ideas. One idea is to combine studying Japanese with other activities I love and the other is to teach the little Japanese I know to a couple of very interested friends and my younger sister. With those in mind I bought a couple Japanese study materials online 2 weeks ago.

Japanese + Manga

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Japanese in ManaLand is a excellent book that teaches Japanese through manga stories, I also got the workbook that opens just like a manga would and has some excellent artwork that makes it fun to learn to read in Japanese. I also finally got some Kana flash cards to start teaching my sister and a little mini Kana Pict-o-Graphix pocketbook to glimpse into on the bus or other times I need something to occupy some time. Professor Layton and the Curious Village a Nintendo DS game that will act as a “brain exerciser” has also arrived and I am already having trouble with the fifth puzzle -_-. Now let the Japanese studying begin! (again).

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Next – a Japanese Studying cartridge for my Nintendo DS!

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8 thoughts on “Japanese study material has arrived

  1. I admire your different studying techniques. You always keep it creative which is good. One of my favorite methods is playing games in Japanese, reading manga, and reading books. Even if you don’t understand it, it helps to immerse yourself in it and learn on the fly. Good luck!

  2. I admire your different studying techniques. You always keep it creative which is good. One of my favorite methods is playing games in Japanese, reading manga, and reading books. Even if you don’t understand it, it helps to immerse yourself in it and learn on the fly. Good luck!

  3. I admire your different studying techniques. You always keep it creative which is good. One of my favorite methods is playing games in Japanese, reading manga, and reading books. Even if you don’t understand it, it helps to immerse yourself in it and learn on the fly. Good luck!

  4. Good ideas. making study fun is the best way to make studying easier. Also teach the subject matter reinforces what you have learned.

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