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I've been learning through Pimsleur's Learning Language series of audiobooks. I find (as we learn when we are young) it's easier to learn audibly first and then you have the basis for learning the writing, later. The language audiobooks help with conversational Japanese and sentence structure. You can find them at your local library and rip them if cost is a factor.

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The flash cards I use are written out in Hiragana/Katakana/Kanji and there is also audio.  I have taken lessons at a community college as well as private instructors but I find that if you just do vocabulary all the time you will naturally pick up the grammar.

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On 7/9/2019 at 7:10 PM, Liamland said:

I've been learning through Pimsleur's Learning Language series of audiobooks. I find (as we learn when we are young) it's easier to learn audibly first and then you have the basis for learning the writing, later. The language audiobooks help with conversational Japanese and sentence structure. You can find them at your local library and rip them if cost is a factor.

This is a cool practical book. This book helped me learn Japanese in college.

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