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Hey guys! What are your Japanese study strategies?
You are welcome.
That is ‘daijoubudesu.’
Could you tell me how to say (OK) in Japanese?
Douitashimashite. You are welcome.
That is ‘watashi wa nihongo shokyuusha desu.’
Can you tell me how to say (I am still begner ) in Japanese
Thank you for sharing your study tip.
For me it's about speaking practice and listening to a native speaker. I can't quite speak as fast as them yet, however one of my native Japanese teachers taught my class where to pause where need be so it doesn't interrupt the flow of the sentence. I speak with Japanese friends or listen to conversations so I can learn this aspect.
That is very important.
In order to master grammar points you need three stages.
Drill (mechanical) practice
In the drill practice you will get accuracy.
In the meaningful practice you can make sentences by yourself.
It means you can express what you want to say using the sentence structure.
Then finally you can communicate people using the grammar.
I am not sure which stage you need…however, please keep it in mind.
I'm learning japanese with several websites ( mainly JapanesePod101) But I just cant seem to get my grips around grammar. Is there an easy way to learn grammar?
So far, ive just got this structure - People in the sentence, verb. Kinda like, Mary John Married Getting in english. Please help!