Question
17 giu 2019

  • Giapponese
  • Inglese (Regno Unito)
  • Inglese (Stati Uniti)
Domande Inglese (Stati Uniti)

I think English and Japanese are completely different languages. The sentence structure between two languages is totally opposite. Big differences are that Japanese place verbs at the end of the sentence, but English place it next to the subject. Besides Japanese can skip subjects, and tend to skip them in daily conversation.
I'm sure that learning English for Japanese or learning Japanese for English spoken people are very tough and challenging. But it’s possible. I believe that an efficient method is that when you want to speak English, thinking in English from the beginning not thinking in Japanese first and translating it to English.
sembra naturale?

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[Novità] Ehi tu! Dico a te che stai imparando una lingua!

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