Learning Japanese! Entry #3
I have learned the pronunciation of all the Hiragana using the videos with the black backgrounds. Which can be found here.
Next Game Plan
Now I will be learning how to recognize and write all the Hiragana.
I will mainly be doing this by using a program called Anki which is a flash card type program and a custom deck which has audio files that play for each hirigana.
I have set Anki to show me 5 new Hiragana a day. After each session with Anki I will write any new Hiragana 50 times and any old ones it shows me 10 times. Using a Hiragana Stroke Chart.
A few times a day I will also review with Drag n’ Drop Hiragana and RealKana this is to keep the information fresh and to track my progress.
I will also be doing worksheets upon reaching curtain milestones.
The first one being once I have learned the first 10 Hiragana: あいうえお , かきくけこ
Estimation of completion time for all 104 Kana 21days.
I will be posting my progress often.
1.If you would like any of the files stated above please send me a PM
2.I must apologize for the lateness of this blog post. My browser crashed last night and I was to lazy/tired to re-write it. Then this morning the post didn't go threw so I had to re-write it.
I will save copies from now on before trying to post lol