The National Foreign Language Center (NFLC) has an amazing online language learning resource called the NFLF Learning Portal. It contains instructional modules in over 30 languages.
To celebrate my 100th post here, I’ve decided to share the 100 things I’ve enjoyed in/about the Japanese language. These are manga, songs, games, books, learning resources, websites, videos, and podcasts. Those of you who check the blog regularly will recognize a few of these. Here’s to hoping you get something new out of it!
All alliteration aside, …um…
Anyways, I’ve come across a lot a awesome resources for learning Japanese lately, so I think it would be appropriate to share them with all of you.
Here we go!
Here’s a mini post about a language learning website focused on Asian Languages.
This post in a nutshell: Wikipedia + Extensive Reading + Intensive Reading = Yes
Read the longer version below.
Today I will share a resource that I downloaded a long time ago, but only started using recently. It’s a podcast for Japanese speakers who want to learn Korean. Read on to find out why I think it is a worthwhile resource.