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Langfocus on Japanese Language; for beginners
Topic Started: Oct 15 2017, 05:28 PM (557 Views)
Sam
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I am a big fan of the youtube channel "langfocus". The host is a Canadian who teaches English in Japan, he covers various languages and some linguistic concepts. In the two videos below he talks about Japanese and the similarities between Japanese and Chinese for an audience that doesn't know these languages. Highly recommended if you just want to a 30,000 ft view of Japanese language and its history:





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Langfocus does another video on Japanese this time focusing on Kanji:

Edited by Sam, Jan 26 2018, 12:12 AM.
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