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Yuliyana Radoulova
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Sep 19, 2003

Hi all!

Would you happen to know some good on-line course in Japanese? I have studied the language 5 years in the University but 2 years have passed and I don't remember anything. I am Bulgarian but I had to move to Italy and I dedicated the last 1 year to the Italian language...I must admit: I don't remember anything..
I have decided to start studying Japanese as soon as possible:)
Any help will be highly appreciated!

Best wishes,
Yuliyana


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Eva Blanar  Identity Verified
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Try www.webjapanese.com Sep 21, 2003

And don't worry about not remembering anything: it is a frightening experience not to be able to read your own handwritten notes, isn't it? But it'll be easy to brush up your knowledge, believe me.

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Natalya Zelikova  Identity Verified
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Some links... Sep 21, 2003

Yuliyana Gancheva wrote:

Hi all!

Would you happen to know some good on-line course in Japanese? I have studied the language 5 years in the University but 2 years have passed and I don't remember anything...
Yuliyana


Hi, Yuliyana!

Here are some online materials and courses:

1. http://i33www.ira.uka.de/~bgarz/nihongoshoho - This website offers you a complete course of elementary Japanese.

2. http://www.ccet.ua.edu/nihongoweb/ - Japanese Language "Nihongo Web" is an interactive, online Japanese language and culture program from The University of Alabama. Nihongo Web is available for high school and/or college credit! Speak weekly with native Japanese tutors, and test your Japanese skills with the interactive games and quizzes.

3. - Yomiuri News Stream (http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/stream)
This is Yomiuri's own site. You can also listen using Real Player.
- FNN Headlines (http://fnn.fujitv.co.jp/headlines)
Most of these stories have the full text included, though for a beginner it might be premature to bother with trying to work through a large written passage.
- Radio Japan (http://www.nhk.or.jp/rj/index_e.html)

4. http://www.geocities.com/easykanji - E-Kanji, the efficient, intelligent, way to learn to read Japanese. If you are tired of being illiterate, try our unique, free system for improving your reading ability.

5. www.japanese-online.com - Japanese-online.com offers a free online dictionary, Japanese lessons, discussion forum, and useful links. (Beginners' level)

6. Business Japanese Lessons

Below are some links that may help you to find what you are looking for:
http://www.kanjistep.com/
http://japanese.about.com/mmore.htm?PM=ss12_japanese

Hope, this will help,
Natalya

http://translate.web1000.com

[Edited at 2003-09-21 11:26]

[Edited at 2003-09-21 12:26]


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Yuliyana Radoulova
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Thank you very much!!!!!! 綜譛鈬 髀瑜葹! Sep 21, 2003

Thank you guys for your assistance:)

Finally I have Japanese installed on my PC and I am getting started:)
I feel happy, motivated and ready for the long battle!

Cheers!
Yuli


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