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I'm looking for some things to (passively) practice my Japanese comprehension.

I already have some youtube channels I enjoy, but would love to have more sources.

The channels I watch are dōgen and 花江夏樹.
Dōgen is a non-native Japanese teacher that tells stories inspired his adventures as a gaijin (in Japanese most of the time) and 花江夏樹 is a Japanese voice actor that does let's plays, often together with other voice actors.

Do you peeps have any good suggestions?


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I've got a native Japanese teacher for you who is willing to teach people via email I believe -- he focuses on the Japanese actual Japanese people speak , as he claims. Here is a link to his YouTube-channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThatJapaneseManYuta/videos

His regular videos are entertaining and educational as well!


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We have a thread on Yuta-san!
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I subscribed to his lessons but haven't been able to follow much because of academic pressure. But his lessons are simple and easy to understand. I also like that he focuses on mistakes non-Japanese people might make.


 
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negatibuhige wrote:
Fri Oct 02, 2020 9:03 am
We have a thread on Yuta-san!
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I subscribed to his lessons but haven't been able to follow much because of academic pressure. But his lessons are simple and easy to understand. I also like that he focuses on mistakes non-Japanese people might make.

Oh wow, great!


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https://maggiesensei.com/

 also Hello Talk App seems pretty neat on pairing you with native speakers!


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MemRise the paid version will let you speak/work with native speakers as well. Image


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