I’ve been thinking about this for a while now, but never really had the time to get to it since classes have been keeping me busy. As some of you might know, I’m taking Japanese classes right now and on my way to pursuing a minor in the language. And if any of you has tried learning the language, you’ll know that with all these grammar points, phrases, and verb conjugations, it’s a LOT to memorize. I usually take notes in my textbook, but then it gets really disorganized and I can never find what I’m looking for, so from now on, I’m going to be writing out my Japanese notes here :D But some things first:
- These notes are not meant for newbies.
So if you have no knowledge in Japanese, you probably won’t know what I’m talking about, since I will not be covering the basics.
- These are meant for people who have basic knowledge in the language and would like to further their understanding in the grammar structures.
- That being said, these are my notes, and I’m only a student myself, so bear with me if there are any mistakes in them.
- If you do see any, please let me know in the comments!
- These notes work best if you use the “Japanese: The Spoken Language” textbook series, as that’s what I use for my classes. Horrible material in my opinion, but I don’t have much of a choice there -_-
For the complete series, you can find it under “Japanese” in the archives. Yeah, I know, so far I only have 1 article, and that one grammar point has been screwing me over since last semester. -_-
Lastly, if any of you are interested in guest writing Japanese notes, let me know :D Credit will be given to you for that article, plus you get a cool little blurb after the post about yourself.