Picking up where I left off yesterday, this post is about resources that help you learn basic grammar and kanji. I’ll also be mentioning where to find structured guides and supplemental resources. If you haven’t already seen yesterday’s post, you can read it here. Continue reading
As you’ve managed to stumble on this post, I’m going to make the assumption you have at least a tiny bit of interest in learning the Japanese language.
But you’re hesitating.
Maybe you’re not completely convinced of the benefits.
Maybe you’ve heard discouraging tales from learners who’ve attempted Japanese, drowned in kanji (everyone’s favorite writing system), and given up after deeming it too difficult.
Maybe you’re not sure if it’s worth the effort.
Well, friend, I’m here to give you that extra push you need.