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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Mar 23, 2007.
meh is this another one of those sloppy japanese relases again?
That's not sloppy, that's just the way they write.
Geez, insensitive much?
Are there any similar titles like this one? I'm trying to learn japanese (for, like, some time...) and I know NDS have some teaching games... Can anyone help me find them?
These Jap training game is so much fun.
I'm brand new to japanese and can barly read the basic alphabet.
Is there a good ds training game for me?
To the above: No.
There is a 'game' called Kanji Sonomama Rakubiki Jiten which is good for looking up english words (it's a dictionary)... but then you basically need to have a good grasp of Japanese already... lol
Other than that you're out of luck. Go buy a grammar book and a wordtank, plus take some private lessons. Then go to Japan. Or go to Japan first and then care about those trivial language matters later.
i'm also in the process of learning japanese, i can read about 20 kanji now + the numbers... using the book method though, haven't tried this one yet coz i wanna have some basic grammar and understanding skills first in stead of just kanji...
I've been learning Japanese for a year now.. 4h class/week, plus one hour at home daily....I know about 150 kanjis + hiragana + katakana.
The only thing I can tell you guys is: "don't waist your time if you're not planning to go to Japan, this language is sooooo hard to learn, that's unbelievable !" It's estimated to be 5 times harder than english for speaking and 10 times harder than english for reading/writing.
I'm also expecting some DS stuff to learn Japanese, but I think that's not gonna happen.
I didn't find it *that* hard, french was much harder by far.
Any language is going to be difficult if you don't use it^^, so--- just use it and you'll get better fast .
someone needs to teach them what 8.3 means.
Learning French was also more difficult for me than Japanese. Mainly influenced