What is the best Japanese textbook?
- “Nihongo Active Talk”
- “Minna no Nihongo”
- “Guide to Japanese Grammar”
- “Japanese from Zero!”
- “Shadowing: Let's Speak Japanese!”
- “New Nihongo Keigo Training”
- “Try!” JLPT series.
- “Nihongo So Matome”
Just so, how do I learn Japanese textbooks?
Best Books to Learn Japanese
- 1 Japanese books for beginners. 1.1 Genki. 1.2 Japanese From Zero. 1.3 Minna No Nihongo. 1.4 Japanese for Busy People.
- 2 Best intermediate Japanese textbook. 2.1 Minna No Nihongo. 2.2 Read Real Japanese.
- 3 Best Japanese textbooks for the JLPT. 3.1 New Kanzen Master. 3.2 Nihongo So-Matome.
Also, should I learn to speak or write Japanese first? Create the “Hooks” before Learning to Read and Write Kanji By first having a fluency and familiarity with the spoken language itself. For example, if you knew and used the word “zaimu” (finance) in Japanese frequently for work or study, it would be much easier to learn and remember the kanji characters (??).
Herein, can you learn Japanese by yourself?
You can learn Japanese much faster and much more efficiently than you are doing currently. There are all kinds of tools out there to help you, and there are some great guides you can follow to have a better learning experience. But the bottom line is this: you can learn significantly more on your own.
How long does it take to learn Japanese?
Learning Japanese isn't easy and it will take time. It's probably fair to say that you can expect a commitment of at least three years in order to achieve something resembling fluency. The average learner gets to the advanced level in three or four years.