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日本語の勉強。
8:19 PM Aug 12th
AN New Post: Fall 2015: Recovering from almost a year of Japanese Language abandonment http://t.co/cg31oJaUaD #AllNihongo #LearnJapanese
2:18 AM Jan 31st
AN New Video: Learning Japanese: How to Handle Unsupportive Surroundings http://t.co/rLdzVWc2jC #allnihongo #learnjapanese
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AN New Video: How I Started Learning Japanese http://t.co/PX9qJKgsYM #allnihongo #learnjapanese
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AN New Video: Japanese Studying Frequency - Tips and Suggestions - http://t.co/i5HShppgMR #learnjapanese #allnihongo
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Fall 2015: Recovering from almost a year of Japanese Language abandonment

Posted August 12, 2015 By torabisu

Remember way back when where I said I’d hold myself accountable for my mistakes? That I’d admit them, and post them so maybe you’d be able to avoid them...

Google Images: The Best Japanese Dictionary Available?

Posted May 14, 2014 By torabisu

Everyone has used Google-Sensei’s fantastic Image Search feature to find things online. Sometimes it gives you whacked results, but most of the time it’s pretty spot-on. That being said,...

2014 Updates and New Video Post

Posted January 22, 2014 By torabisu

おはようございます!Happy 2014! I just wanted to take a moment and talk about some current events and updates. First off, I should mention that the Links page has been revamped....

Method Change-Up: Sentences Are King

Posted September 11, 2013 By torabisu

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Method Change-UpThis is the second article in the Method Change-Up series. If you haven’t yet read the first, please...

The Art of Focus: F the Big Picture

Posted May 5, 2013 By torabisu

He who tries to defend everything, defends nothing. –Frederick the Great Okay, so that quote doesn’t directly fit the title (or this article), but a modification of it does....

Phase 2: Kana

Posted March 25, 2013 By torabisu

“Kana”, collectively ひらがな(hiragana) and カタカナ(katakana) are what I consider the mortar which holds the Japanese language together. More importantly, they are what makes learning Japanese beyond simply speaking possible....

How Unnecissary Discipline will Kill Your Japanese

Posted July 19, 2012 By torabisu

Alright, we all knew this may happen at one point or another. You’ve fallen off the wagon. Probably while it was moving at a good speed, too. You’re likely...

Podcasts + Text = Podcastle

Posted May 8, 2012 By torabisu

Part of immersion is listening to audio, such as podcasts. However, most Japanese podcasts do not come with written transcripts. This represents an issue when studying because it can...

ノンストップチューブ:ランダム日本語のビデオ (NonstopTUBE: Random Japanese Video)

Posted April 19, 2012 By torabisu

NonstopTUBE is a great resource for immersion that I’ve been wanting to share for some time. It’s a site that plays from a collection of Japanese videos, ranging from...

MCDs vs. Sentences

Posted March 13, 2012 By torabisu

Alright, so I’ve had some time to look into these MCDs posts on AJATT to see what they are all about. It seems each MCD is meant to focus...

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Studying…

Oh man, am I ever. I do apologize for the lack of updates in the past week, but I...

Google Images: The Best Japanese Dictionary Available?

Everyone has used Google-Sensei’s fantastic Image Search feature to find things online. Sometimes it gives you whacked results, but...

The Importance of Inspiration

Inspiration is a powerful thing. Having it can lead to one creating some of the most amazing things in the...

Japanese Should Be Fun, Not Work

Occasionally, I need to remind myself that learning Japanese isn’t work – or at least it shouldn’t be. If...

Do. Or do not. There is no try.

I don’t typically take quotes from movies, but in this case Yoda certainly nailed this one on the head....

Overview of the Method

Credit Where Credit Is Due Before we begin, I’d like to give proper credit where it’s due. This method...

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