Anonymous 2021-06-11 (Fri) 21:56:29 No. 8176
>>8166 >Memorizing kanji isn't that bad. Both Japanese and Korean are a pain in the ass to learn because of the grammar more than anything.
Gotta agree with this. It's strange to say, but kanji aren't the hardest part of Japanese.
Anonymous 2021-06-21 (Mon) 05:26:55 No. 8380
>>8166 >because of the grammar more than anything
Depends on your native language. Grammar was the easiest and the most intuitive part of Japanese for me because of its extremely similarity with my native language.
Japanese grammar compared to the kanji memorization 7ko 2021-07-21 (Wed) 08:35:49 No. 8933
Yeah, certainly, the grammar is somewhat difficult at first if it isn't a familiar style, but it can be said with a grammar rule, unlike with kanji, one only has to learn it and few more to use in a fairly large variety of situations, whereas kanji is not as "difficult" to pick up, especially if one has studied similar languages, but requires the quantity learned to be more for it to be of practical use. Otherwise, it's probably correct to say the difficulty of kanji is often overstated.
This post probably came out somewhat incoherently, but basically the grammar is quite fun to learn sometimes, more than kanji, which involves more tedious work.
Anonymous 2021-10-05 (Tue) 04:31:35 No. 10548
>>7804 >Russians even have the same performative traditionalism <Russia and Putin is the same as Japan becuz trudishun baaaaad
There is a difference between stupidly promoting old traditions and not being an autistic, LARPing wrecker. Also the geopolitical sitution of Russia is significantly different to that of Japan, Russia is at constant risk of destabilization by the USA and needs solidarity to prevent them (and thus a major counter to US imperialism) from falling apart. Anyone possessing a modicum of political nuance would be aware of this. .