14 Tools and Texts Tailor-made for Easy Japanese ReadingYou wouldn’t rev up a motorcycle before learning how to ride a bicycle.
So tell me: why are you letting native-level Japanese texts intimidate you?
First, put the training wheels on and try some easy Japanese reading.
You’ll find that reading Japanese can be challenging, but all you really need is practice.
Lots and lots and lots of practice.
With the aid of helpful tools like readers, dictionaries and furigana
, Japanese reading can be both enjoyable and easy.
With time, hiragana
characters will become familiar and kanji
will work its way into your brain naturally.
If you’re not a newbie, all the better. Learners returning to Japanese after a break in studying will find that reading is easier than they imagined. After studying Japanese for a year in college and one summer abroad, I’ve only recently returned to studying Japanese. All the kana
and basic kanji
are still rolling around in my brain after years without practice. Go figure!#learnjapanese
Read more at:http://www.fluentu.com/japanese/blog/easy-japanese-reading/