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Japanese sub for animu

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supermollarman1524
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Japanese sub for animu

Postby supermollarman1524 » September 24th, 2016 12:53 am

Hi!
I like to think that my oral comprehension is fluent enough to watch animes without subtitles. Some of them anyways. I guess it depends on the topics discussed in the anime.

But I need to progress in reading, and learn to read a few kanjis.
I'm thinking that if I get japanese subs, full kanji mode on, I'll get to recognize new kanjis real fast.

Anyone knows where I can get japanese subs?
I guess it really doesn't have to be anime, just something voiced, entertaining, and with japanese subtitles.

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Re: Japanese sub for animu

Postby community.japanese » October 3rd, 2016 3:31 pm

supermollarman1524 san,
Konnichiwa.
I think DVDs have subtitles. :wink:
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Re: Japanese sub for animu

Postby jim.schuler » October 5th, 2016 6:35 am

OPs. Watch lots and lots of OPs. They tend to have the lyrics subbed in kanji.

I recommend going through Heisig's Remembering the Kanji. Trying to just pick up the kanji through exposure won't be as easy as if you already have the form and meaning in your head.

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Re: Japanese sub for animu

Postby community.japanese » October 13th, 2016 7:52 am

jim.schuler san,
konnichiwa. :)
It is often said that learning kanji is difficult for some learners.
However, kanji is ideogram so if you get the meanings, you might be able to understand contexts of anime easily.
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Re: Japanese sub for animu

Postby tetraset_518191 » September 26th, 2017 10:36 pm

You can study Japanese by watching anime with interactive subs here: http://anisub.tv


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