We’ve had extremely unusual weather(天気) for our area this winter(冬). We don’t have any snow(雪) yet, but it’s still been bitterly cold most days- so what better way to keep warm then some hot(暑い) ramen, kanji study, and tea!
This recipe (料理法) is great if you’re vegetarian or if you have a problem with lactose, […]
So, you may remember last time we did study apps for the iPhone that 桃 and I landed on Kanji Flip and Kana Flip for our study needs.
And, as we said before, they are good.
Yes, there is a ‘but…’ coming on.
Recently I’ve been trying a lot of different methods of learning Japanese. My last post was about how great Hesig’s method of learning is and how learning the English meaning of the Kanji first is very important since it will give you a base to work from that can quite easily launch you into fluency.
I’m an avid reader of www.alljapaneseallthetime.com. In fact, it’s what inspired 桃 and I to really start learning Japanese full-time. I could go on about how amazing this site is for hours, and how you should probably be reading it before reading Kanji and Tea, but for the sake of brevity, I won’t. Go and […]
Learning Japanese At HomeOur goal for Kanji & Tea, aside from sharing our struggles and successes, is to help provide the everyday person with all the tools necessary to learn Japanese on their own through everyday immersion.
How did you learn your first language? Hands on and not through a text book! You listened, you watched, you absorbed. Well, what's stopping you from learning your second or third language that way? The answer is nothing.
You have everything you need to get started. All that's left is to just start.
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