Don’t like to learn languages with textbooks?
Try FluentU: An online language immersion platform where you can learn Japanese through real world videos.
Especially for intermediate learners and above. They can learn from real-life videos and real-life accents to get a step closer to fluency.
Great to develop good listening skills.
Glossika uses a method called: Mass sentence method.
This basically means that you get to hear lots of sentences and you have to repeat them as well as you can.
It’s ideal for getting used to the sounds and grammatical structures of Japanese.
Especially useful for the intermediate learner and above.
With Skritter you can learn the Japanese writing system.
Skritter gives you immediate feedback and the spaced repetition system makes sure you focus on the characters that are most difficult for you.
Japanese language course with short lessons and lots of dialogue. Starts easy but gets harder as you go.
If you hate courses with a fixed structure, try JapanesePod101 as it offers different learning paths.
Forvo is a huge online pronunciation dictionary.
Wanna know how you pronounce a word in your new language?
Check out Forvo. It’s free!
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