This essay is broken into four sections: 1) why I’m learning Japanese, 2) some
basics about Japanese alphabets, 3) what makes it a hard language to learn, and
4) the tools I’m using to learn it. If you just want to know about that last bit
feel free to scroll down to the bottom.
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