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It's easiest to start by learning how to write Japanese characters, before moving onto studying both the hiragana and katakana alphabets. Once you've mastered these you can move onto kanji by studying individual radicals, before finally taking the plunge to start speaking!
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Music, they say, is good for the soul. As it turns out, it’s good for the brain, too!
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Japanese has a reputation for being one of the hardest languages to learn, and it's no surprise why.
Japanese has over 500,000 words in its dictionary and uses three different alphabets. According to the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), it takes 2200 class hours for a beginner to achieve Japanese proficiency.
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There's nothing worse than learning a language, to never use it again. So, what is the most useful language to learn?
We can't make up your mind for you, however, in this article, we will take a look at all of the most commonly spoken languages in the world, why you should learn them and how to choose which language to tackle next.
Aside from English, we found that Spanish, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese and Portuguese are some of the most useful languages to learn. However, this all depends on your reasons for learning a new language and where you live.