The shortcut to mastering Japanese is to master Kanji.

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In this iLAB, I'm posting videos to help learners of Japanese learn Japanese quickly.
There are many ways to learn a language, such as learning the alphabet, studying grammar, words and phrases, proverbs and idioms.
I think the bottleneck of Japanese language learning is Kanji. Because there are so many of them.
While English requires memorizing 26 letters of the alphabet, Japanese requires knowing about 2,000 kanji characters to read a sentence.
And those kanji are the foundation upon which words, idioms, proverbs, etc. are built.
In other words, if you don't understand kanji, you don't understand Japanese.
And because there are so many, it is easy to fall behind in the process.
Japanese people learn about 2,000 kanji over the course of nine years, starting in elementary school.
However, there are of course people who are not good at kanji.
Such people can speak, but are not good at reading sentences.
If you are learning Japanese now and you live in Japan, you should be able to read basic sentences.
This is because you will have many opportunities to read Japanese in your daily life, such as shopping and procedures at government offices.
So, what should you do?
The answer is to break down the task.
It is to deconstruct the kanji, to learn the laws behind the kanji.
Kanji characters may look complex, but they are actually characters made up of multiple parts.
And each of these parts has its own meaning, and some of them contain sounds.
By knowing these parts, it becomes easier to understand the meaning of each kanji.
The easier you understand them, the easier it will be to remember them.
Fortunately for me, this was in a book I read in elementary school, and thanks to it, I became good at kanji.
I enjoyed learning them.
That is what you will learn from this with me.
The videos are not edited at all, and some of them are over an hour in time, but they are chaptered and you only need to watch the parts you need to.
Moreover, the price is set as low as $3.9 per month.
Unfortunately, some language materials are expensive, costing over $100.
However, if you want to learn, you want to keep your expenses low.
I would definitely keep the price low.
I don't want to buy expensive materials.
The price of $3.9 was set at this price because a college or University student could afford it if he or she could put up with one lunch meal for the rest of the month.
If you watched a video every day, it would cost about $0.1 per day.
Also, output is very important in studying.
Output is what makes the information stick in your brain.
I urge you to use the words you learn in iLAB by actually replacing them with the words you use in your own life and in the things you like to do.
See you in the main part, then!

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cost: $3.9/month
time: 10 minutes/day

The price is set at an amount that a student could afford if he or she were to forgo one lunch.

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・All the videos you can watch without advertisements.
・Playback speed can be selected.
・chapter function.

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