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  1. [ Step 1 ]
  2.  
  3. - Download Anki
  4. - http://ankisrs.net/
  5. - Also make an account so you can sync/backup your data
  6.  
  7. [ Step 2 ]
  8.  
  9. - Download the Kana deck for Anki
  10. - http://mega.nz/#!xQkFXI6a!d-9Sf4ESx85eWwPpR5NH46HiaNkhjkmqaGJx53ZVP0I
  11. - Open the deck in Anki (double-click it lol)
  12. - Learn the Hiragana and Katakana, ASAP!
  13.  
  14. [ Step 3a ] (DO THIS, THE CORE DECK AND DOJG SIMULTANEOUSLY)
  15.  
  16. - Download the Kanji deck
  17. - http://mega.nz/#F!CMtGhCzD!2Yw8vL8jw3vei7QkGyno-w
  18. - Learn at least 10 a day, but preferably 20
  19.  
  20. [ Step 3b ] (DO THIS, THE KANJI DECK AND DOJG SIMULTANEOUSLY)
  21.  
  22. - Download the Core 2k/6k/10k deck
  23. - http://mega.nz/#!BYJwxSBY!9ZO17Pi68KhBEjDB4xklb2iK7yxel5PNW8j2LkYkVCc
  24. - Learn at least 10 a day but preferably 20
  25.  
  26. [ Step 3c ] (DO THIS, THE CORE DECK, AND THE KANJI DECK SIMULTANEOUSLY)
  27.  
  28. - Download the Dictionary of Japanese Grammar deck
  29. - http://mega.nz/#F!Pgx1FaSZ!Ux3evBUKrAOlLrkVt4zgkw
  30. - then, download the DoJG Index pdf and checklist
  31. - https://mega.nz/#F!A5xGlZYY!egPdGYfnZ1m-LlgDVwvsRA
  32. - Go into Anki, click the DoJG anki deck, click browse
  33. select the deck again from the list on the left
  34. click into the list of cards and select all (cntrl+A)
  35. then make sure all the cards are highlighted and click the 'suspend' button
  36. - Learn the grammar rules in the same order as the Index, unsuspend cards as you learn them
  37.  
  38. Alright, so you've learned the Hiragana (and Katakana) and are now learning Kanji, Vocabulary and Grammar, what do?
  39.  
  40. * Read the raw version of entry level Manga such as Yotsuba
  41. * As well as the simple news here: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/
  42. * Start watching children's Anime with subtitles (initially) until you're ready to move on
  43. * Listen to Japanese music [youtube, google, etc..]
  44. * Watch Japanese TV here: http://wilsonjj.me/jptv/
  45. * Converse with natives here: http://lang-8.com/ & http://www.hellotalk.com/
  46.  
  47. And here are some online Resources to help you with grammar if you're confused,
  48. http://www.jgram.org/ , http://www.guidetojapanese.org/learn/grammar , http://www.imabi.net/
  49.  
  50. But senpai, I want to become a Japanese person, how do I learn to speak without talking to natives (im scared)?
  51.  
  52. Start to Shadow Japanese audio, in particular do "Blind" Shadowing.. ie. with audio by itself and no text,
  53.  
  54. Wtf is Shadowing bro?
  55.  
  56. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=130bOvRpt24 & TLDR version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdheWK7u11w
  57.  
  58. ....
  59.  
  60. How to know if I am a beginner, intermediate or advanced learner?
  61.  
  62. [rough estimation...]
  63.  
  64. Beginner = 500 Kanji, 2000 Words, Do[Basic]JG completed
  65. Low Intermediate = 1000 Kanji, 4000, 1/2 Do[Intermediate]JG completed
  66. High Intermediate = 2000 Kanji, 6000 Words, 2/2 Do[Intermediate]JG completed
  67. Low Advanced = 2200+ Kanji, 8000 Words, 1/2 Do[Advanced]JG completed
  68. High Advanced = 2500+ Kanji, 10000+ Words, 22/ Do[Advanced]JG completed
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