There came a time when everything that was on TV was great. Actually during the 60s it’s a family affair to watch TV. Just like the movie brainy bunch; the Television before was a source of joy for every family with the 60s value system. Nowadays, gone are the days of the old free TV. Today, free TV is a thing of history. There is nothing left now on free TV that this is the time that everybody went and subscribed to either cable or satellite TV.
That’s all folks, four steps to be fluent in Japanese in a short amount of time. Learning a language is always about using it so that you can learn the contexts of it.
The best way to learn something is to have fun while doing it. Have fun with Japanese: read manga, Download Anime Series, speak with native Japanese speakers, watch Japanese movies. All of these methods are very fun and that’s why they are very effective.
Moving to a country in which your target language is spoken is the best way to learn it. Most people can’t do it, but you can still travel to Japan for a few days or a few weeks and it will also greatly improve your skills (given that you speak in Japanese all the time and interact with native Japanese speakers on a daily basis).
It will be fun if you take it naturally. You can learn by chatting with somebody who knows the language or by making a blog in that same medium and so on.
Language is like martial arts. Reacting fast enough to the situation is more important than thinking very hard. When you feel that reaction is needed, go for it. Thinking of ways on how to use the newly acquired vocabulary can be of great help to your improvement. Imagine yourself talking to someone who is really good in that language to get the hang of it. Usage of the words you have learned will come out naturally when you are in the actual situation. Study your chosen language which in this case is Japanese as often as you can to practice it regularly. Improvement will become quite noticeable after your practice. It will come to the point that your day won’t be complete without learning something new about the language you are studying.
Despite our lack of bond when I was younger, I realize now that he did try his best–to the best of what he knew, and understood, as a father back then. Point is, he tried.
If you consider yourself a collector, or if your internet connection is sub-par: you may want to consider buying all your anime on DVD. If you just like to watch a lot of anime TV shows, or can afford a good internet provider: streaming is the way to go. Whichever method you choose, enjoy the show, fellow otaku!