I asked GPT-3 how to learn Japanese. Finally, a good guide.
How do you learn Japanese?
I’ve been thinking a lot about this question lately, in large part because of the upcoming release of my book, Japanese Language Made Easy: The Japanese Way.
I’ve been learning Japanese for nearly fifteen years, and I’ve tried many different methods. I’ve found that the best way to learn a language is to study with a native speaker.
There are a number of reasons why this is the best way to learn a language, but I’ll stick with the big three.
1. Learn with a native speaker.
If you want to learn a language, you have to learn with a native speaker.
The reason for this is simple: language is a natural and intuitive thing. If you don’t learn with a native speaker, you’re going to be learning with your brain and it’s not going to work.
If you learn with a native speaker, you learn the language at its natural speed, you learn it in a context that you’re already familiar with, and you learn with your brain’s natural language processing abilities.
2. You learn the culture along with the language.
When you learn with a native speaker, you’re not just learning the language, you’re also learning the culture. This is important because language and culture are inseparable.
If you want to learn a language, you have to learn the culture that goes along with it. Otherwise, you’re not really learning the language, you’re just learning a bunch of words.
3. It's the most efficient way to learn.
In my experience, learning with a native speaker is the most efficient way to learn a language. It’s not the only way to learn a language, but it’s by far the most efficient way.
The reason for this is that when you learn with a native speaker, you have constant feedback. You’re constantly getting corrections and you’re constantly learning new things.
Compare this to learning from a book or a website, where you might go for weeks or even months without getting any feedback. With a native speaker, you’re constantly getting feedback and you’re constantly learning.
So, if you want to learn Japanese, find a native speaker and start learning