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Japanese Help by pandab on 19 June 2007 3:36am
 
I'm heading back to Japan for vacation this year, and I need some advice.

Japanese is the one foreign language that I'm not utterly wretched at speaking. I'm only moderately wretched. I'm trying to learn more before going. I have books and CDs to help, but I would love to get a computer translator.

Nothing fancy. It needs to translate between English and Romanji as I'm not even going to attempt reading Japanese yet. It also needs to translate sentences and not just individual words.

I've searched online but haven't found anything that suits yet. Does anyone have any recommendations?

Pandab
 
Re: Japanese Help by Ken Dunn on 8 July 2007 11:05pm
 
Try finding a Japanese penfriend.
 



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