Steps To Master Japanese 62 minute read · Mon 27 September
Steps To Master Japanese 6
Do something every day
This is not just for learning Japanese as it applies to everything that you want to get better at. If you want to get better at something, you should do something about it every day. Yes. Every. Day.
That being said, it’s very much easier said than done. We all know that. Only a few percent of people can keep up with that every single day without even asking questions.
If you are one of those people, you’re on the right track already. If you’re not, here’s something you can think about doing.
Yes, we recommend you to do something every day, but we’re not saying what or how long. It can be anything for how long ever you like. For example, if you want to get better at Japanese, great do something about it every day.
You can learn grammar and vocabulary for 2 hours some days. Some days, though, you don’t feel like doing it or you simply don’t have time because you know... life happens sometimes. If that’s the case, do something different. Maybe if you don’t feel like studying, watch your favorite anime or movies in Japanese, or if you don’t have time, you can watch random YouTube videos about Japanese for 5 minutes.
It still counts as “studying” of course. The idea is that keep up with the streak that can make you stay motivated and engaged with learning. If you don’t do anything, it stops and you might feel bad about it and you might stop working on it after that. We know it’s hard to pick it up from there. That’s why the continuation is very important. You have a goal, and to reach that goal, what do you need to do? What can you do? Think about it and ask yourself. You know about yourself better than anybody else. Make your own path and keep walking.
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