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Japanese is a Japonic language spoken mainly in Japan by roughly 125 million total speakers.

Notes Edit

As of January 2016, Duolingo staff noted that for Japanese:

"The biggest challenge for us is teaching the writing system. Duolingo currently does not have a good way of teaching new character sets, but we’ll be working on that soon", Luis von Ahn (2016) [1].
As of the summer 2017, Japanese is available to English speakers on Android and Apple devices, which first teach a few characters then teach simple words employing them. The first words taught are the counting words for one to four i.e. ichi, ni, san, yon.

Input methodsEdit

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Main article: Guide to keyboard layouts and input methods

External resourcesEdit

DictionariesEdit

Grammar referencesEdit

PronunciationEdit

Listening comprehensionEdit

Writing practiceEdit

Language learning platforms Edit

  • Elon.io (For learning and practicing grammar & vocabulary, kanji & kana, and for (video) chat with peers)
  • https://busuu.com (To learn and practice grammar and vocabulary, practice writing and have it graded by native speakers, and to live chat with Japanese speakers)
  • http://en-us.wespeke.com/index.html (Live chat with native speakers of nearly any language)
  • Nihongo Master (Learn Japanese online with lessons, tools and a big community)

MiscellaneousEdit

  • Tofugu Sensei (Has a little bit of everything that is Japanese related. High quality.)
  • Sublearning - Movie subtitle flash card quiz in Japanese and many other languages

See AlsoEdit

References Edit

  1. https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-challenges-of-developing-a-Japanese-course-for-English-speakers-on-Duolingo

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