10 Revitalizing Tips for Getting a Successful Japanese RefresherTook a hiatus from studying Japanese and looking to get back in the saddle?
Open a window, and take a big, deep breath of fresh air.
It’s time to make a new start.
Whatever your reason for stopping, taking a break from Japanese study means loads of language is forgotten.Here’s some good news: you might remember more Japanese than you’d expect.
Learning Japanese is at times an uphill battle due to its highly specific grammatical patterns and other challenging aspects.
For Japanese learners who speak no other Asian languages, you may remember how all those new vocabulary words sounded extremely similar to your unaccustomed ears, and how it was sometimes grueling to get foreign characters and syllables stuck into your brain.
In short, getting your ears and eyes accustomed to a totally foreign language probably took some time when you first started.
Don’t despair over the fact that you only remember how to say a couple simple phrases offhand, or can only respond to questions with: ちょっと。。。分かりません。#learnjapanese
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