WRONG. Grammar is the most important. ESPECIALLY if your languages grammar is different to the language you want to learn.
both of you are correct
@WorkFFSI kind of understand what you are saying, but if you don't speak the language it doesn't matter if you know the grammar on a theoretical level. I for example was taught English for about 5 years in school, and i really started to understand it once i started writing, chatting and watching movies in English.It also depends on the learning type you are, maybe for some it is enough to just learn the theory.
It wouldn't have took so long if you knew the grammar rules
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great,, your English is so cool now
Thanks! Then again I had lots of practice.
how about your accent?
The way to improve your accent is by mimicking the speakers of the language you want to learn, or by practicing to speak the language with people who are fluent at it. If you do not have someone who has the time to teach you the language, then watch the news or other media in that language and try mimicking them. Record yourself copying them and then play it to see the difference and then work to improving your accent. It is still best and easiest to learn with teacher who is fluent.
right, I do agree with youbut I asked about your accent in English 🙈
Quite good, I guess. People rarely find out I am an immigrant until I tell them.
how many letters in japanese language?
Well, there are three " alphabets " used, Katakana - (カタカナ) and Hiragana - (ひらがな) (46 each, Katakana is Hiragana, but written differently.) There is also Kanji, and there are well over 3000 of them, but you only really need to know 2000 to get by.
many thanksI have no clue about Rosetta stone
Rosetta Stone is actually pretty expensive... There are better routes than that one. Duolingo is Free, for the most part!
that sounds coolI see your English is really cool now
lol like what sexy words
He’s asking what’s the best way not language
Hand down then living in that country/region of the language you want to learn... Not the most practical but definitely the best way.