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Discussion in 'Japanese Culture' started by Owl, Nov 9, 2015.
Now i can be the biggest weaboo in the world! Thanks @Owl !!!
How about in Android? lol
There is a link for download in Android for each app. It's the Google Play.
I wish there were apps that would enable us to listen to audio first reciting a Japanese sentences and then would tell us their meaning. That would b better i guess instead of typing and learing a single world and learning its grammar separately.
Thank you for this, will definitely use it to learn more Japanese before I go next year <3
Ill have to learn some japanese, git mah weab game up, ya feel me? Might take a trip there one day and visit my friend Oda.
Thanks! I will definitely be using these apps as well. I also use HiNative which I've just been using with helping others with their English but you can get help from native Japanese speakers or any other language as well
I've always searched for an app like that. Thank you, @Owl!
I'm now using HelloTalk... My username's Silvers_Stephanie
I just want to learn so that I can listen to subs while grading papers
Ooh! Speaking of apps...
I used one app that is a good one for writing and learning more on Kanji for the mid-learners.
Android users, I can guarantee you can download it via Play Store, and it's free!
Dunno much of you can download it via iOS tho. But just in case, here's the name: Kanji Study.
I learned so much in there and upped my game when in class, especially with competitive reading recitations.
It has daily check-ins too~ Pretty entertaining.