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  1. Hello everyone! I’ve been writing a story that takes place in Japan, the main character is called “Mira” which means “stubborn” and her grandma is called “Hanako” which means “flower child” (please correct me if I’m wrong in any way). I’ve been struggling with the honorifics I should use. I think I’ve figured out that the grandma should call her granddaughter “Mira-chan” but I still can’t figure out how the girl should call her grandma. Is it “ōbasan”? Only “Bā”? “Hanako Bā”? I’d like the name “ Hanako” to be present when the girl is calling her grandma, is it possible without
  2. Here, I want to recommend a good Android App to learn and memorize Japanese vocabulary. Japanese Vocabulary (N1~N5) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digi.japanesevocabulary&hl=en I found that it contains many vocabulary (cover JLPT N5 up to N1) with awesome text UI, and pronunciation is supported. The mini game inside the app also helps me in memorizing the newly learned vocabulary. No additional money is needed. All the content are completely free!!! Please try it if you are free.
  3. What is Lingodeer? Many of you might be familiar with the app called "Duolingo." Lingodeer is very similar, but alongside the same style of gamified lessons that Duolingo provides: Lingodeer offers professionally made grammar notes on every single skill, features full native audio recordings on every word and sentence, has built in grammar review features, has a global leaderboard (And friends leaderboard) for competition, features video stories at the end of every skill, has built in pronunciation practice (Sentence shadowing capabilities), and features 10 languages to learn (with Italian o
  4. So my father found this (pretty big) symbol on the outer walls around my house, someone painted it and its pretty hard to find answers via Google, anyone can help us? We are Italians and live in Italy so its a big mistery for us! Thanks
  5. Looking for a language exchange partner? Want to make friends all over the world? Recently our new site https://sharelingual.com/en/ launched, and we are looking for users who are interested in language exchange. Currently, you can open up an account and connect with other users from all around the world for free. Whatever language you're interested in learning, you can find a great partner. So, if you're currently studying a language or would like to make global friends, we hope you check out sharelingual.com! Look forward to seeing you there!
  6. Looking for a language exchange partner? Want to make friends all over the world? Recently our new site https://sharelingual.com/en/ launched, and we are looking for users who are interested in language exchange. Currently, you can open up an account and connect with other users from all around the world for free. Whatever language you're interested in learning, you can find a great partner. So, if you're currently studying a language or would like to make global friends, we hope you check out sharelingual.com! Look forward to seeing you there!
  7. Preply.com is a global educational platform that pairs tutors with students who wish to gain/improve their knowledge. We currently offer over 40 different subjects of which more than 27 are language courses. Studies are available both locally and remotely and this allows for flexibility in schedule alongside accessibility to students in remote/rural areas. All you need to do is select the language you'll like to learn, go through the tutors' profiles, check their reviews and availability before you proceed with booking a lesson. You can start out by leaving messages for tutors and negoti
  8. Looking forward to being a part of this community.
  9. Hi everyone! I'm native Finnish speaker, currently studying German, Swedish, Japanese and French. I'm 24 years old and live in Finland. I became interested in different languages, because of my job. I'm studying to become classical vocal teacher and I'm going to graduate next month. As a classical singer I've been performing songs in German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Finnish and English. Right now I wish to focuse my language studies to German, because it's the most important language for my career. Nice to meet you!
  10. Here's a list of 2016 Best Apps for Learning Japanese. Anything missing?
  11. Hi everyone I love learning languages. It is my passion! I started a blog where I share my journey of learning languages. I try to explain the things that I studied and learned in a simple way, I believe that it is a good practice for me. If you are interested in learning Japanese, Korean or Chinese, please take a look at my blog, you might like it! https://mylanguageslearningjourney.blogspot.com/2017/11/japanese-another-usage-of.html#more
  12. My app Beelinguapp shows texts in two different languages side by side, and it is an audiobook at the same. It shows a karaoke animation to follow the audio. It has been getting some track lately and I would love to get some feedback! You can download it here (Android only for now): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.david.android.languageswitch
  13. i notices while using google translator that it translated close like this"近く” and not ”近い” also ”はやい” and ”はやく” is it some sort of conjugation ? .
  14. Hi everyone,I want to introduce an iOS app which is very useful for learning Japanese, especially Japanese's accent and pronunciation. The app' data is referenced from famous Japanese's websites so that it is completely reliable. Below are the app description and download link, please take a look at this.JAccent is an offline Japanese accent dictionary for Japanese teachers and learners.You can search for the Tokyo dialect accent, and you can also search for kanji's meaning.Also, you can easily find opposite words, Japanese counter suffix, Japanese surname and so on.Absolutely, you can use it
  15. Hi all! I am new here and hoping to provide value, I wanted to create a post showing you guys the programs and books I have used to aid in learning the many languages I know, I am a polyglot:) I 100% believe immersion is the most important, but if you are learning any of these languages, and can afford the books or courses, give them a shot, they all have helped me/are helping me tremendously. Much love to all! ALL LANGUAGES/GENERAL: Fluent FOREVER Fluent in Three Months (book) Rosetta Stone! Instant Immersion (Many languages) APPS I USE: DUOLINGO, MEMRISE, QUIZL
  16. Hey, I'm Kuro. I'm learning Greek and Japanese and I've studied French in the past (kinda gave it up). I'm here because I love learning languages but I'm set back in school because my French teacher (only language offered) is kinda useless... Anyways, I'll cya around. さようなら, αντιο, au revoir!
  17. It's not my site but... I believe you all might find it useful. WordBrewery is a new website that pulls sentences from the news. They are then categorized by level and topic. There's also a search bar so you can find specific words in context. Audio, translation, and the source article are included. It's also possible to save words and sentences to lists, and export these to Anki. It's currently free to use. Like every other app, all you need to do is register. Personally... I use it for German, as it doesn't have Hindi yet. But it's rather nice, because it's hard to f
  18. JLPT N5 Exam is able to Reading, listening and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations, and is able to pick up necessary information from short conversations spoken and written in hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji slowly. Talking Flash Cards is an imaginative and fun technique for learning in the Japanese language Fast and Free and culture at your own particular settlement. Our language get ready framework comprises of Japanese Language Podcast, JLPT N5 Exam (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), Japanese Audio Lessons, and video less
  19. N/L : MALAY, ENGLISH T/L : JAPANESE MEANS OF COMMUNICATION : WECHAT, EMAIL
  20. I'm not sure if this is allowed. I am working with a freelance company (OneSpace) to identify freelance workers to assist with a project. We need people to transcribe audio files (no translation needed). There are multiple roles for each language needed. The project begins on 2/1 and is flexible work. You would work from home. All you need is a PayPal email address to be paid as your work is completed. To be considered, I can send you a 1-minute audio file to be transcribed. We are open to considering people without previous transcription experience as long as they have the necessary language
  21. Hi everyone, I just finished another Hiragana/Katakana study app for Android. I hope that people of all skill levels can find this app useful. Instead of going into detail about the features, I will let the following screenshots do the talking: You can download Kana Dojo for free on Google Play or, to show your support for the developer, you can purchase the app for $0.99 on the Amazon App Store. Google Play (Free) Kana Dojo: Hiragana & Katakana - Android Apps on Google Play Amazon App Store ($0.99) Kana Dojo: Hiragana & Katakana - Amaz
  22. Greetings, I am new to the forum so I hope this post is appropriate. I work at a local independently owned book shop that specializes in antique, out of print, rare and vintage books. My boss came across a 15 volume set of book which appear to be in Korean. The spines of the books read "THE FOURTH DIMENSIONAL WORLD" while the slipcases read "UFO ENCOUNTERS: A PROBING EXHIBIT OF UFO PHENOMENA". Typically in North American and European publications, the publication info is printed on the title page with additional copyright info on the obverse side. However for this series, the publication is
  23. Hello everyone, I have spent over 5 years learning languages. I am Chinese and now I have C1 level French and I just started learning German three months ago. The biggest difficulty I encountered is I can't speak the language even I know the grammar very well. It really helps me when I can talk to native speakers but they are not always available to teach me. Or sometimes the topic I have to talk with them, I can't express my ideas because of cultural or social differences. Then I was looking for a solution and I found this great idea called Language Exchange. It means, find someon
  24. Greetings, I'm determined to discover the language (and lyrics) of a specific fragment in a song, "filament" by Yousei Teikoku. I've created an acapella version of the fragment to understand it easier. Here's the link to the audio clip: The song is in Japanese, but this segment is pretty strange as it doesn't sound very Japanese to me. Here's the full song (the fragment is between 0:17 - 0:28): Any help would be appreciated! Patrick
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