How Learning Japanese Can Teach Us To Read Chinese — And Vise Versa

It’s every hardcore language learners’ dream to learn two or more languages at the same time and succeed. If you’re interested in hitting two birds with one stone — figuratively of course — you’ve come to the right place. When it comes to learning any language, we’re all searching for a “shortcut” to learn faster. Learning Chinese through Japanese, or Japanese through…

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I write about languages, politics, current events, and climate change | Curated 24x | Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/jaysonfras

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