I appreciate any guidance and/or suggestions of which topics would be good to form sentences with for beginners
I'm waiting for my visa documents to be processed and I should be flying to Japan in early 2018 to start a new English teaching position. Just now, I don't have a job as a part-time contract ended 2 weeks ago, so I have a lot of free time to study.
When I worked in Japan throughout 2016, studying the Japanese language wasn't as easy as it is now because I was super busy, then in my free time I was usually on my motorbike exploring Tochigi prefecture. Within most English teaching positions you're not allowed to speak Japanese so I relied too much on phone apps...I do not want to use an app ever again if possible, but I know once I start my new job I will be very busy again and worried I won't be able to find good quality study time on a regular basis. I do something every day with my Japanese studies and little by little I am improving but it's a slow process, but funnily I've learned more since leaving Japan than I did when I was in Japan, I just don't want to use an app again or communicate in English.
Anyway...apologies for only Hiragana, I will try harder with Kanji soon.
I'm at the library. From 2pm until 4pm, I will study Japanese.
Tonight, I will watch television with my dad. We will watch rugby.
It is the Rugby World Cup in Australia.
あした いぎりすの はいわいます。はなびのよるです。2017年11月5日/じゅいち-がつ, いつか.まいねん /まいとしです.
Tomorrow is a British celebration. It's firework night (Bonfire Night).