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Published on 06.28.2016
Can you learn Japanese in one year? Can you even learn any language in a year? It really depends on your goal, and how much you want to learn in that year. If you're looking to become fluent in just one year..well you might want to rethink your goal.
You may have noticed but we used the word "goal" twice in the last paragraph. That's because setting a goal, and sticking to it is hands down the best way to learn Japanese. Without a goal, many people end up studying with nothing to strive for, and quickly give up. We cannot stress how important it is to have a goal when you study not just Japanese, but any language.
So what are some examples of good goals when learning Japanese? Well if you are just a beginner, being able to introduce yourself is a great start. When you feel comfortable with self introduction, move onto talking about your hobbies, then things like where you live, where you come from, your family etc. in more detail, and so on. This one step at a time approach is a time-tested, proven way of studying any language, as most textbooks are designed in this manner.
Eventually, you might want to consider taking the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), as having proof in your Japanese language ability is often necessary for working and studying in Japan. The test has five levels from the easiest level, N5 to the hardest level N1.
Studying a language may be daughting at first, but don't get don't get discouraged. Japanese is no harder than any other language, as long as you are willing to work, and take the time to learn!
Source: K&T TV (Youtube)