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Learning Japanese

2,Learning Japanese


Watch how children develop their skills in their own language, how they pick up what they hear and repeat it over and over again until they get it offpat.
 Imitation is the first step in learning any ianguage. Indeed, the Japanese verb 学ぶ (manabu-to learn) has its root in the verb 真似る (maneru-to imitate)
 In a sense, you are in the position of a child when you first come to Japan. Everywhere you go,you will hear Japanese being spoken without understanding it. And yet, although you may not realize it,your subconscious is gradually absorbing common words and expressions that you may suddenly find yourself using without having made any conscious attempt to learn them.This shows just how much you are beginning to adapt to the environment in which you are living.lt also supplies a vital key to the learning of the language, for by consciously fostering what your subconscious is absorbing, you can turn it to your advantage and really start to make progress.
Language is an integral part of living, not just an academic exercise. Adopting a positive attitude towards Japanese will enable you to adjust more readily to what is, after all, a radically different life-style from the one you are used to. Another expression learnt is another situation you can deal with.Another situation you can deal with means more confidence in yourself to live and work here happily and get the most out of your stay.


 
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1,Japanese and You

2,Learning Japanese

3,Nihongo Institute

4,Teaching Method

5,Texts and Teaching Aids

6,Written Japanese

7,Types of Lessons,Courses

8,Arranging Your Lessons
                                     
                                 
 
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