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03 May 2011 @ 02:07 am
oh here i go again with these huge reference posts. this time it's for rosetta stone's level 1 version of the japanese lessons! i was able to get my hands on a copy of each of the reference booklets for levels 1 - 3 and instead of... just copying the pdf file here i will HAND TYPE THEM so i will learn more. fufufu~
each of the levels are separated into 4 sections which are then separated into 5 lessons. in each lesson you learn different words and phrases and some grammatical things here and there but in all honesty the program doesn't completely teach you the differences in the particles and whatnot. if you're interested in the program, it's good for the basic of japanese but you will definitely need more resources when it comes to the numerous uses for particles and counting systems. otherwise, this resource can help you learn lots of terminology and basic sentences!
the way this will be arranged is like this: the written kanji form, the written hiragana/katakana form, the romaji form, and then a translation. if the word or phrase does not have a differing written style -- if it doesn't have a kanji form -- then it will only have the hirgana, romanization, and translation. confusing i know but you won't regret learning all of them.
this reference is for level one only and will be updated as i get through the program. いくよ!

Level 1 Reference
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24 October 2009 @ 05:57 pm
トリプルバ カへようこそ!

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