IMABI wrote:It's quite reliable though and very efficient. Course, I do believe I went a little overkill in the experiment. It might not be so bad now. Plus, it could have just been my computer and the internet browser. I'm converting the table of contents with links available. I believe it will take 5~15 more minutes and then you can get to navigate もっと容易く.
IMABI wrote:The links are uploaded. I assure you the website is not targeted for beginner's primarily. Far from it. Everything is in-depth and very thought provoking and goes into a lot of stuff that is never touched in a lot of the resources I own. Please take time to assess the material. The titles of the lessons are not a good way to measure the content within if you will. I am self-taught. I have yet to step into a Japanese classroom. 天才じゃないが、私にしては日本語はとても簡単な言葉。None of the particle lessons should be avoided as being rudimentary.
IMABI wrote:Oh, well that's alright. I would like to point out stuff that I believe you may be interested in. I have made a phonetic guide for Japanese based off of IPA that's shown in Lesson 1. I've done some work about the study of Bikago. I am also currently making a lesson about interjections where I am trying to classify them into categories. If you may, could you suggest some lesson ideas? I'm trying to make sure the last one's of my advanced curriculum are the most insightful.
IMABI wrote: You know there's a Japanese book that uses almost every usage of kakeru? It's an insane, fun, and quick read too. The book is called kakeru. What a coincidence right?
IMABI wrote: As I have read through your commentaries, I have only found a few places that were unclear to me.
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