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495 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-6893 17:47

Remembering the Kanji helped me for a while, but I truly lacked dedication, so now I'm not sure whether I should start all over again (for the third time). I have been considering following Tae Kim's Guide to Japanese Grammar and just learning the kanji from that. I may try that. All Japanese All the Time has a good list of links to Japanese things to do, though being on DQN you probably have enough of those. The site also supports the philosophy that one should learn Japanese as a Japanese baby would, but I'm not too sure about that. There's also a thread on our Film & TV board that discusses streaming Japanese TV, assuming you weren't part of that thread in the first place. Playing Japanese ROMS of most games is fun, as most of them don't have any kanji. The Chibi Maruko-Chan titles for the Game Boy are of the most interest to me. Sorry for the unsolicited advice. Truly, I spend more time looking for ways to study Japanese than studying it.

Strangely enough, when I get lazy and give up on kanji, I give learning perl a try. When I get lazy and give up on perl... Maybe there's a pill for that sort of thing.

That's not a bad idea. That's a good balance between "don't bother learning any kanji until you've taken at least two Japanese courses in college" and "learn ALL of the kanji before you learn the coupla."

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