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  • You did it!

  • What the hell are you doing?

  • Why are you shouting like that?

  • I'm happy!

  • What's your problem?

  • It's all right.

  • There is no problem!

  • Are you speaking Japanese?

  • Well of course, I am.

  • Seriously, you've gotta stop.

  • You can't speak Japanese thanks to anime.

  • I can speak Japanese.

  • Maybe you got the first Assimil lessons but quit showing off.

  • What?

  • Are you kidding?

  • Stop your bullcrap, you're annoying.

  • If you continue, I'll beat you up.

  • That's mean!

  • Why?

  • Shut up!

  • No way!

  • It's not good!

  • Must be a dream.

  • Impossible.

  • What the hell man!

  • Do you have any idea what I go through?

  • Watching anime for hours, everyday

  • well, there are also manga and video games.

  • But I'm doing my best here.

  • Seriously, you should also study for a change.

  • The worst attitude, seriously man.

  • Alright, so this was a shout-out to Cilvanis.

  • Man, if you're watching, I love your videos.

  • They are just funny!

  • By the way, I don't know how much you studied Japanese but you're pretty good at it!

  • And if we meet one day, let's play Smash Bros.

  • I'm sure it's going to a lot of fun or maybe, you're just going to destroy me.

  • Anyway, this little skit is my bilingual version of a very good point.

  • As a kid, I grew up surrounded by manga, anime video games and I feel like it's a common interest among a lot of YouTubers.

  • Now the big question is Is it possible to learn Japanese through anime?

  • First of all, from my perspective I believe there are no bad motivations...

  • There are only good ones!

  • I also hear some people say "I don't see the point of learning a language if you're not going to be fluent in it"meaning that it's stupid or even a waste of time to only learn basic expressions.

  • Now there are many definitions of what "being fluent" means.

  • Does it mean, you can professionally work with the language that you don't have a noticeable accent, that you have a certain general knowledge of the country associated with the language.

  • I'm asking you guys! What do you think it means?

  • Let me know in the comments!

  • I should also add that we all know some people who only speak one language but who have a very limited vocabulary

  • So does it mean that these people are not even fluent in the only language they speak?

  • That would sad, but it's a legitimate question.

  • Second, I believe it's still worth learning a few words and expressions.

  • Not only are you going to produce some brain activity which is amazing because it's been proven to develop your memory and creativity.

  • But also, think about it, if you're traveling then these words are going to be very useful especially if you get lost.

  • Trust me, been there; done that...

  • So to answer my first question,

  • Yes absolutely, it's possible to learn Japanese through anime.

  • In fact, it's a fun way to learn expressions and vocabulary.

  • As a matter of fact, I believe in that statement so much that I also watch anime with Japanese subtitles and read manga in their original version because it helps me practice.

  • If some have concepts and stereotypes about anime lovers.

  • It's also good to know that anime and mange are a big part of the Japanese culture.

  • So if you're mostly interested in Japan for its history and traditions it's also good to spend a little bit of time learning about manga and anime.

  • Now I said that the definition of "fluent" could be a bit tricky.

  • But let's take the one from the Cambridge dictionary for now.

  • "When a person is fluent they can speak a language easily, well, and quickly"

  • So for some people, that might still be vague but it works for me.

  • There is no mention of accents here.

  • So I believe that it's not because you have a certain accent that you're not fluent.

  • If you can understand most of what people say and reply without hesitation, caused by the fact that you're searching for words...

  • Then, you're fluent to me!

  • That brings me to my second question.

  • Can you become fluent only by watching anime?

  • No, of course not.

  • Because in order to become fluent, you need to speak.

  • Watching is not enough.

  • As a matter of fact, I have a lot of friends who went to a university in Paris called INALCO which is one of the most prestigious establishment if you want to learn an Asian language in France.

  • Some study Japanese for three years until they get their bachelor's degree.

  • But when I meet them, they're far from fluent.

  • Because they haven't been speaking...

  • So they read, they write, they're able to understand a lot but they never could overcome this fear of speaking.

  • So there is no secret, if you really want to speak a language, you just gonna have to do it!

  • You can watch anime, play video games, read manga.

  • For absolute beginners, I started courses in both French and Japanese, here on YouTube, you can download apps.

  • But if you don't speak, you're never gonna become fluent.

  • Alright, I hope this motivates you more than anything because Japanese is fun and totally worth it!

  • You're not done yet?

  • It's so long!

  • Yeah yeah, I'm done.

  • It's your turn now!

  • Don't forget to like, share and subscribe.

  • Thank you!

You did it!

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    nanako.kamiya 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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