Doesn’t really get taught in textbooks, heck most books don’t even teach hiragana or show anything but polite language. Slang has to be acquired through the internet, friends that are in the know, and so I thought to do a little tiny post. I saw this video by Sharla in Japan about slang and liked it, so I’m linking it, click here, and so got curious to see what other resources I could find (☆^ー^☆)
I’ve never told why I returned to have interest in Japanese learning last year. Before December, don’t remember if it was one month before or what, I stumbled upon JPod101 podcasts. I’d been in a kick for podcasts, though I’m fickle and haven’t felt like listening to them, and discovered them in a bout of curiosity.
Is a very interesting YouTube account, where they use games like Pokémon to teach grammar and the language.
I stumbled upon it searching on YouTube for Japanese grammar lessons, and I’m happy because it’s an interesting project they’ve got going on.
So I did a page about it because I figured a post would get lost in time and too long really.
If you have an interest in what I wish I’d been told from the beginning, then check it out. I also included some stuff I did and some advice about the ways you could go about it.
It’s not very long yet, and it isn’t exhaustive, so if there’s any question or information I’d be glad to provide, just ask! (≧∇≦)/
It has come to my attention through Naja’s post that Spike Chunsoft have said if there is demand for the game, they’ll localize it.
Music to my ears!