Is there any good website where u can learn japanese??

Which type of japanese do u think is the easiest to learn (kanji of hiragana)?? I've seen many videos of it but they only teach u the basics.
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LuvWeezy7 said:
livemocha.com Its got basics with Kanji. I suggest getting a dictionary and a phrase book also. It makes things easier. Otherwise I suggest taking a Japanese class in college of getting rosetta stone. Kanji is hard to learn if u don't know the language itself first so focus on that.
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Thanks that's a big help!!! (because in the future im planning on visiting japan)
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Is it for free and safe??
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KatiiCullen94 said:
HIRIGANA!!!!

there is over 300 kanji! and many rules on them and stroke orders.. however it would be handy to learn your everyday kanji's because they are on everything..

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sugarcane15 said:
theres also languageguide.org
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123YuukiAngel said:
I think Kanji is the easiest! im japanese so i know these things.. as my opinion, but in kanji its mainly like love and kiss and stuff like that so yeah theres a really cool website i found for my friend, she wants to learn japanese, i havn't got the time so i just googled it and its the first one(or was) and u can learn how to say write and recognise the word your learning!!
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ghost1 said:
Kanji is door far harder for me. there are approximately 1945 characters that japanese people are required to learn. The link below is all of the kanji learned in school, take your time though, I find them really hard to study. For every one kanji u need to learn three meanings: The actual meaning of the kanji, the japanese reading(kun'yomi), and the chinese reading(on'yomi)

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To learn Hiragana/Katakana I used this website.

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As for the website above, I repeatedly took the "quiz" and learned Hiragana/Katakana pretty quickly, it was extremely helpful.

As for words in japanese, I watch a lot of anime and I picked up on basic Japanese vocabulary, so I suggest watching many Japanese films of shows, and you'll pick up on some vocabulary eventually.

Arigato gozaimasu.
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 Kanji is door far harder for me. there are approximately 1945 characters that japanese people are required to learn. The link below is all of the kanji learned in school, take your time though, I find them really hard to study. For every one kanji u need to learn three meanings: The actual meaning of the kanji, the japanese reading(kun'yomi), and the chinese reading(on'yomi) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_j%C5%8Dy%C5%8D_kanji To learn Hiragana/Katakana I used this website. http://www.manythings.org/japanese/kana/ As for the website above, I repeatedly took the "quiz" and learned Hiragana/Katakana pretty quickly, it was extremely helpful. As for words in japanese, I watch a lot of anime and I picked up on basic Japanese vocabulary, so I suggest watching many Japanese films of shows, and you'll pick up on some vocabulary eventually. Arigato gozaimasu.
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domo gozaimasu .
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no, doitashimashite.
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