How to become a fluent Japanese speaker? If you are asking yourself these questions, continue reading, because you are in the right place. In this article I’m going to show you three tips that will greatly help you learn Japanese quickly. Here they are!

Gaming started simple, and it’s returned. I started “gaming” when games were published in magazines or books and you typed them in yourself. We’re almost back to that… and I want to start putting interesting titles out there!

Playing a sport can be compared to learning a language. A high-level of thought is not really required, but you should be able to react fast enough. You react when you feel that it is needed. When you are studying new words, you should always think of ways on how you can use them. Visualize yourself talking to somebody and get the feel of talking the language fluently. Your skills will come out naturally when you are in the actual situation and at that moment, you can use the words that you learned. Study the language as often as possible and practice it. You should see yourself improving every day. In the end, if you are really that enthusiastic, you will find out that you would like to learn something new about the language you are trying to learn.

Surfing the internet and looking for high quality anime downloads could be really frustrating if you do not know where to start. Free downloads will also leave you unsatisfied and you will not find everything you want. There are also sites that charge too much for complete KissAnime and some even charge monthly fees. The good news is that you do not have to spend a lot to get unlimited downloads.

Throwdowns are meetup events where members of our community come together and do their best to beat the crap out of each other in a friendly, positive environment. Friendly, because it’s hard to be a jerk to someone who’s willing to be hit in the face as hard as you’d like, positive because people who attend Throwdowns are of the character that they recognize the fact that they got hit in the face as a learning opportunity and seek to get better specifically because of it.

Developing images and sounds are asset creation. This can be done in any variety of ways, and all are as acceptable as any other. If you need a cow sound, you can go record a cow sound from down the street. You can use Audacity, or any other sound editing program. Need a brick wall? Take a picture. Throw it into GIMP, or even MS Paint. While you’re there, draw yourself a few RPG sprites.

These three tips will greatly help you learn Japanese. All you need to do is to take action and put them to use. Don’t forget that the best way to learn Japanese is to immerse yourself on a daily basis. You should spend most of your time using your new language, not studying it. Good luck and have fun!