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  • Online Study for Advanced Japanese

    I lived in Japan for 10 years before relocating back home in 2010. I am starting to feel I need to study again because I can feel I am losing it a bit.

    I passed level 1 of JLPT long ago and do freelance translation sometimes, I even use it in my job now, but I can tell my Japanese is not what it used to be, and I can't afford to let it get any worse.

    So, does any body know of any online places that offer advanced stuff? Business Japanese and real, spoken Japanese would also be pluses.

  • #2
    No one?

    Anyone know anything about nihongo-pro.com or joi - japonin.com?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TenisuBaka View Post
      No one?

      Anyone know anything about nihongo-pro.com or joi - japonin.com?
      I highly recommend you try nihongo-pro. They have certified teachers with lots of time schedules and their website says they offer a free trial lesson, so you have nothing to lose.
      Last edited by Jinkers; 2012-05-07, 11:07 AM.

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      • #4
        buy movies and books

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        • #5
          WTF with everyone wanting all this on-line ____e? Why not root out the local Japanese community and get to know people, best language exchange in the world, plus it is free!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BackDoor_Man View Post
            WTF with everyone wanting all this on-line ____e? Why not root out the local Japanese community and get to know people, best language exchange in the world, plus it is free!
            Well, I do that. Though there isn't much of a community here in Dallas, I of course do as you suggest. My average day is more in Japanese than English, but typically people's daily conversation is always the same, and no one will progress in a language much after they have mastered that.

            By the way, if reading forums stresses you out this much, maybe you should find something to do that has a more positive effect on your well being.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TenisuBaka View Post
              Well, I do that. Though there isn't much of a community here in Dallas, I of course do as you suggest. My average day is more in Japanese than English, but typically people's daily conversation is always the same, and no one will progress in a language much after they have mastered that..
              Read the Japanese Nikkei. Watch a Japanese movie. Study Kanji. How about buying the Dictionary of Japanese Grammar which has lots of examples of grammar to learn. How does one have a conversation using the Internet?

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