- I am having great luck with the Pimsleur series for learning spoken
Japanese - the method of teaching you new words is quite wonderful,
working it out syllable by syllable and using it in conversation. I
recommend it highly.
Ignia il Nomade
>My sister with the Anne Bolyen fixation would argue,but yes, Tudor is a cakewalk comapritively.
>Which brings me to a question I have. In my pursuit of all things Temari-related (information especially) I've run into the language barrier. While Babelfish is O.K. for websites, it surely does not help me in other areas. Can anyone reccomend a good program (audio, pc) for learning spoken Japanese, and more importantly learning kanji? I have a couple of books in which I can decipher the diagrams, but cannot read the text at all. Any suggestions would be most appreciated.