Learning Japanese

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  • Last update: 8 years ago
  • Version: 2.0.2
  • Size: 14.1 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Ronald Timoshenko
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Learning Japanese Description

True to its name, Learning Japanese is an app that systematically and with well-designed techniques builds up the grammatical structures and imparts a solid Japanese language foundation. This app can go a long way in teaching the users the correct usage of the Japanese language. 

There are various topics that are covered such as the Japanese writing system, basic Japanese grammar and also advanced topics such as formal expressions.



Learning Japanese shows how the ideas are expressed in Japanese; there are topics on special expressions and essential Japanese grammar; the app uses creative teaching technique.


Users have complained that some lessons do not have the feature to check the phrases.


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  • RS
    Rusty-Asian Studies Major
    学校で一年前から日本語を勉強しました。このアップはとてもいいと思います!たくさん漢字があるし、文法を教えるし。皆んなはダウンロードしなければいけませんね! I've read a couple other reviews that blew my mind complaining about having to learn kanji and even grammar rules......TAKE HEED: If you don't like kanji, don't learn Japanese. If you don't like grammar, don't learn another language. Japanese is a category 5 language. That's a fancy way of saying fluency will be denied to anyone who refuses to take it seriously--that's a promise. I'm saying this as a precautionary message for all of you who aren't sure about learning it. With this language, you either go big or go home. Learn the kanji. I did it, so anyone can, and this app will have you learn it without much effort. For those who desire fluid reading, this app is the way to go! Of all the other free apps, this has the most content. How can you go wrong? You can't unless you give up. 諦めないで! ダウンロードしてみて!Download it and see!
  • s
    Tae Kim's "Learning Japanese" offers a superbly simple deconstruction of a complex language into its fundamental components through a series of easy to understand lessons. Time and again you will find yourself exclaiming "a-ha! (i.e. でさえ、ですら、ーかねる、~ざるを得ない、だらけ、まみれ、etc) as the subject matter and the method of teaching fit together seamlessly. While "Learning Japanese" might not be the equivalent of E.B. White's "The Elements of Style" for students of Japanese, the application certainly solidifies the unstable ground walked on by many who've struggled with the language over the years. If given the chance to improve an already incredible app, I would build a companion app covering much of the same material and deploy it with a game mechanic that challenges students to put their new knowledge to the test. I'd pay $10 for that.
  • A
    Very impressed with this app. Best way to learn Japanese and it's free. I love learning languages but this delightful app has made it extra fun to learn a language. Can't wait to finally finish the guide and proudly say I can (somewhat) speak 5 languages. There's an issue I encountered though. Some lessons won't let you tap a phrase to check the meaning despite being green and underlined. Essential Grammar: Lesson 8 is an example. Not sure if that was done on purpose for kanji memorization purposes, or if they simply forgot to add that feature into certain lessons. Running iPhone 6, iOS 10. Just in case that's part of the issue.

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