This image looks like western language book but it's actually Japanese when they tried to use western printing technology with Japanese text in 1593. It's Amakusa edition Aesop's Fables "The Dog and Its Reflection" pic.twitter.com/F8PZlKiOOH— tkasasagi (@tkasasagi) September 10, 2018
📖 Read pages 40-47, Lesson 1–Hiragana あいうえお, of Japanese from Zero! 1: Proven Techniques to Learn Japanese for Students and Professionals (Volume 1) 6th Edition by and (From Zero!, , ISBN: 978-0976998129)
Spent some time working on improving my actual writing skills as well.
So far I’m really liking this book after having looked at a list of many others over the past year. It quickly covers a lot of simple stuff that was otherwise hard won by reading bits and pieces of other books. They do an exceptionally good job of laying out the beginning pieces. I appreciate some of the workbook like exercises which make this a better book for a much broader range of learners.
Spent some time practicing my hiragana and basic Japanese with Memrise, which has both really quite a lovely webapp as well as a mobile app. こんにちはSyndicated copies to:
If you are learning Japanese on Memrise, you have probably come across one of our most active and long standing contributors, jlptbootcamp. Other than adding and editing a good proportion of the wo…
Installing Google’s IME so I can type Japanese hiragana on my keyboard more easily https://www.google.co.jp/ime/Syndicated copies to: