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  • Hello everybody!

    大家好!

  • I get a lot of questions on my main channel about Japan

    我在我的主頻道得到了很多關於日本的問題

  • and Japanese and lots of different things

    還有關於日語和很多不同的東西

  • and on Tumblr and stuff like that.

    也有人發在tumblr之類的網站

  • But the thing is that only one person

    但是 只有一人

  • gets to see that response. Or maybe like 10.

    能看到我的回應...也許10個

  • So I thought I would just do a short series of videos

    所以我想做一系列簡短的視頻

  • on this channel answering your questions about Japan.

    回答有關日本的問題。

  • So that means leave your question below

    這意味著請在留言區留下你的問題喔

  • and the most popular questions I'll make a video about.

    我會做影片回答一些做熱門的問題

  • So today's video is one of my most frequently asked questions,

    所以今天的視頻是我最常見的問題之一

  • which is, how did you learn Japanese.

    就是...你是怎麼學習日語?

  • And it's going to get a little bit long, so hang in there!

    而且它會有一點點長,所以繼續看下去喔

  • First of all, my Japanese is not perfect.

    首先,我的日本是不完美的。

  • It is functional, but it isn't perfect.

    它是功能性的,但它是不完美的。

  • It isn't super amazing, and I'm still learning, so ... yeah!

    不是超級驚人的那種,我還在學習,所以...是啊!

  • Secondly, I self-studied Japanese.

    其次,我是自學日語的。

  • ... so I studied by myself

    ...所以我自己研究

  • and I don't think that's the most efficient way to study a language, necessarily,

    我不認為這是學習語言最有效的方式

  • it depends on how you learn

    這取決於你如何學習

  • but I definitely think that being in a classroom situation

    但我絕對認為在一個教室裡的情況就像

  • with that kind of pressure cooker thing

    在那種高壓鍋裡一樣

  • where you have to memorise things for tests

    你必須因為測驗而記住的所有東西

  • and you have to speak in class and stuff

    你還必須在課堂上說話

  • really helps when you're learning a language.

    這真的很有幫助。

  • So look up your local language classes

    所以你們應該去找當地的語言學習班

  • and if there aren't any, stick with me

    如果沒有任何的話,繼續聽

  • because I'll tell you how I self-studied Japanese.

    因為我會告訴你如何自我學習日語。

  • First thing you've got to do is learn kana, hiragana and katakana.

    你必須做的第一件事就是學習假名,平假名和片假名。

  • Just get down and dirty and learn those beasts quickly

    坐下來 趕快學習那些像野獸一樣的東西

  • because you need to!

    因為你必須!

  • I once knew someone who had lived in Japan for a year

    我曾經認識的人在日本居住一年

  • and still hadn't finished learning katakana

    他還沒有完成學習片假名

  • and that's just - no! You only need a week to learn them, trust me!

    不!你只需要一個星期來學習他們的,相信我!

  • You could learn them in a day actually. It's rote memorisation.

    你可以在一天內學完。這是要死記硬背的。

  • Memorise it, learn how to write it - you're done!

    記住它,學習如何寫它 - 你就大功告成了!

  • OK. I know that sounded a little bit crazy but I'm serious.

    好。我知道這聽起來有點瘋狂,但我是認真的。

  • Learn hiragana and katakana.

    學平假名和片假名吧

  • Now we're going to go on to my favourite Japanese textbook.

    現在,我們去看看我最喜歡的日本教科書。

  • The best textbook for learning Japanese IMHO

    這是學習日文最好的教科書

  • It is slightly academically slanted

    這本書是有一點偏學術類的

  • It's very very structured, which I really like

    但是他的結構非常非常的好,這點我很喜歡

  • but if you learn a different way from me, you might not like it so much ... and it is

    但如果你跟我的學習方式不同,你可能不會那麼喜歡...,這是

  • Genki. So this is the second one, the first one is red.

    Genki。 這是第二本,第一本是紅色的。

  • You can find it on Amazon and I'll put a link below.

    你可以在亞馬遜找到它,我就會把鏈接放在下面的。

  • You can buy it with a workbook and a CD.

    你可以一跟練習本和CD一起購買。

  • I've never really used the CD but I think that would be really beneficial

    我從來沒有真正使用過CD,但我認為應該會很有用

  • if you're learning by yourself.

    如果你要自學的話

  • Now this book I entirely self-studied.

    這本書我完全是自學用

  • and it has amazing structure, like I just said.

    它具有驚人的結構,就像我剛才說的。

  • You get a list of vocabulary and you have to memorise it.

    你會得到一些詞彙列表,你必須記住它們。

  • because all the chapters integrate the vocabulary as you go on

    因為所有的章節都包含這些詞彙

  • so it's a great way to motivate you to actually memorise

    所以這是一個激勵你去實際記住詞彙的好方法

  • I'm dropping things left, right and centre here!

    我東西一直掉

  • But anyway, it has a vocabulary section

    但不管怎麼說,它有一個詞彙列表

  • it has grammar, pages of grammar, explains it really well in English

    它有文法,語法頁,英文解釋也很好

  • and then - more stuff I used to practise -

    然後 - 還有更多的練習問題

  • and then it has tons of practice,

    很多問答題

  • speaking challenges

    口語挑戰

  • and for each lesson, at the back there is a list of kanji.

    每節課,在背面都有漢字列表。

  • Even if you don't have a teacher in a class

    即使你沒有日文老師

  • or a friend to study with or a language exchange partner

    或朋友或語言交流夥伴

  • I think you can learn so much from this textbook alone.

    我覺得你可以從中學到很多。

  • Obviously, start with the red one if you're a beginner.

    顯然,如果你是一個初學者。先從紅色的開始

  • and then move on to Genki II if you enjoy the red one.

    然後再去看綠色的Genki 2

  • It can get a little bit pricey overseas

    它在海外買的話可能稍貴

  • but if you have a friend who's going to Japan

    但如果你有一個朋友要去日本的話

  • or a friend in Japan, it's only 3000 Yen,

    或者住日本的朋友,它只有3000日元,

  • which is actually quite cheap, I think, for this kind of book.

    我覺得對於這種書來說 這實際上是相當便宜,

  • I think I paid 90 dollars for it in New Zealand.

    我想我在紐西蘭付了90美元吧。

  • So, yay! Not yay for that price, but yeah.

    YAY!不是對於這個價格YAY

  • The only downside is - you don't have a teacher to check your answers

    唯一的缺點是 - 沒有老師可以檢查你的答案

  • You really have to self-check, and you can accidentally learn things wrong.

    你真的要自我檢查,你可能會不小心學到錯誤東西。

  • There's also "Minna no Nihongo", which is another series of beginner textbooks

    還有“大家的日語”,這是另一系列的入門教材

  • and advanced and intermediate textbooks, I think.

    他還有高等級,中等級的區分

  • I've never really used it but tons of universities use it, I think.

    我從來沒有用過它,但大學都在用這本書

  • So there's that, if you don't like style of the Genki textbook.

    所以如果你不喜歡的Genki教科書的風格。可以考慮一下

  • OK, my recommendations if you've finished Genki II

    如果你已經完成了Genki 2 我建議你看看那本

  • It's so much harder to find solid study books

    很難找到扎實的學習用書

  • so what I did when I finished Genki II

    所以 當我完成 Genki 2 時

  • was I went on to these books.

    我看了那些書

  • I did sankyu (N3) first and then I got the nikyu (N2) ones

    我還做了Sankyu(N3)然後我做了nikyu(N2)

  • after I'd memorised everything in the sankyu ones

    之後,我記住了sankyu裡的所有東西

  • but there's a bit of overlap

    有一點重複

  • so just choose which one looks good for your level

    所以選一個跟你的水平差不多的書

  • And these are really good for reinforcing stuff like kanji

    這些對漢字的練習非常有幫助

  • It helped me with my kanji and reinforcing grammar.

    它幫助我學漢字和加強語法。

  • It has grammar, reading, kanji and also vocabulary.

    它有語法,閱讀,漢字,詞彙。

  • These are pretty good. I'll put a link down below.

    這些都是相當不錯的。我會把鏈接放在下面

  • The drill is really noisy, sorry about that.

    旁邊施工很吵,抱歉。

  • But I have to keep going.

    但我必須要繼續

  • So Japanese books, manga, magazines,

    所以日本的書籍,漫畫,雜誌,

  • English books in Japanese, Japanese movies

    日文翻譯的英文書籍,日本的電影

  • - stuff like that are all great.

    - 這些東西都很好

  • Supplement your learning ... that's so fricking loud!

    補充你的學習知識......好大聲啊!

  • OK, I'm back. It was noisy. I came back.

    好了,我回來了。太吵了。我回來了。

  • So the last step is immersion, which you can achieve by coming to Japan

    因此,最後一步 - 你可以通過來日本實現

  • or you can do it by surrounding yourself with Japanese things

    或者你可以多多接觸日本得事物

  • Japanese music, Japanese cartoons, Japanese dramas,

    日本音樂,日本卡通,日本的電視劇,

  • Japanese movies, Japanese people and Japanese stuff.

    日本電影,日本人和日本的東西。

  • And you can change your computer to Japanese

    你可以設定你的電腦語言為日文

  • and you can speak to yourself in Japanese

    你可以對自己說日語

  • and you can record a vlog in Japanese.

    你可以用日文拍影片

  • In fact if you want to try that, do your "jikoshoukai" (self-introduction)

    如果您想嘗試看看的話,你可以做你自己的“jikoshoukai”(自我介紹)

  • and post it as a video response to this video

    然後發在網上證明你看了這支影片

  • and we can all be Japanese-y. No ...

    我們都可以變得很日本...額

  • And the last thing is using the Internet as a learning tool

    最後一件事 就是將網路作為一種學習工具

  • I put this last for a reason

    我把這個原因放最後

  • because even though you can learn some pretty cool Japanese from the Internet

    因為即使你可以在網路上學到一些很酷的日文

  • and you can definitely immerse yourself in Japanese

    還有你絕對可以讓自己沉浸在日本世界裡

  • and practise your Japanese on the Internet

    和在網上練習日語

  • it is definitely not the only thing you should be doing.

    這絕不是你唯一該做的事情。

  • It's an additional thing you can do to supplement your learning.

    這是一個額外的選擇,來補充你的學習。

  • I've heard of people Skyping with Japanese people,

    我聽說過很多人與日本人Skype

  • meeting on Twitter,

    或是在Twitter上談天

  • and there are loads of Japanese people who want to learn English

    其實有很多日本人想學習英語的

  • so you can do a language exchange.

    所以你可以做一個語言交流。

  • There's a website called Lang-8 where people can correct your journal entries.

    有一個叫Lang-8的網站,大家可以糾正你的日文。

  • YouTube has tons of Japanese-y videos. Tons!

    YouTube有很多很日本視頻。

  • You could probably spend hours and hours and days.

    你可能會花幾個小時或幾天。

  • It would take you years to watch them all.

    或者幾年來觀看所有的影片

  • Just be careful, because I know, and you know

    只是要小心,因為我知道,你也知道

  • how addictive the Internet is.

    上網很上癮。

  • It will trick you into thinking you're studying

    它會欺騙你 以為你在學習

  • when really you're not.

    實際上你根本沒有。

  • Because you might be able to pick up a few things from a YouTube video or a website

    因為你也許覺得你看了一些YouTube視頻就很足夠了

  • but it's probably not as much as you would pick up

    但它可能沒有比你

  • if you just sat down for 10 minutes a day and studied.

    每天坐下10分鐘 練習日文還要有效率

  • And that's the last point. I made three last points, sorry!

    我發誓這是最後一點了。我居然講了三點,對不起!

  • The last point is just a little bit a day, and don't feel discouraged.

    最後一點就是你一天練習一點點就好了。 也絕對不要覺得沮喪。

  • What I used to do was study in my lunchbreaks

    我在我午餐休息時間時

  • so I would carry around my textbooks

    會隨身攜帶我的教科書

  • and any chance I had to study, I would use it.

    有任何機會我都會用它。

  • It really helped me, so maybe that will help you.

    這真的幫了我很多,所以也許這會幫助你。

  • Unless you don't work.

    除非你不工作。

  • So leave your [sound of metal being dropped] Yeah.

    所以,你... [掉落的金屬聲] 呀。

  • So you guys, in the comments section, please leave your suggestions

    所以你們可以在評論區 留下你的建議

  • and your language learning tips.

    和你的語言學習技巧。

  • And also leave your requests

    並留下您的要求

  • and thumb up the ones you like the sound of

    如果你喜歡這部影片的話 請按贊喔!

  • and I will probably do them for you. Yay!

    我可能會幫你們解答喔。好極了!

  • Byeeeee! Wow, it went really blurry. Goodbye.

    Byeeeee!哇,好模糊。再見。

  • And yeah! I just look like Boxxy.

    我看起來好像Boxxy。

Hello everybody!

大家好!

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