Research-Based Methods for Learning Japanese

Conclusions from the Academic Research We looked at research papers from the last 30 years to evaluate our set of teaching strategies undertaken in our Japanese language learning application called Japanese Complete. We found that the scholarly and academic studies referred to confirm: Kanji [logographs of mainland Asian origin] are categorized as the main impedimentContinue reading “Research-Based Methods for Learning Japanese”

More Japanese = More Brain

Learning a new language makes you smarter (in some specific ways). While these benefits are not exclusive to learning Japanese, because Japanese grammar is almost perfectly inverted to English grammar it’s likely that the benefits of second language acquisition are maximized. Resist the onset of dementia entirely [1] Solve whole classes of puzzles more swiftlyContinue reading “More Japanese = More Brain”