If you are considering learning
Japanese software as a method of choice for
taking up Japanese you are onto a very
What's more you are also not the only one as
there is a huge explosive of popularity
currently with Japanese software programs.
Users are reporting very positive
experiences and high success with speaking
I myself was in your position about 6 months ago since Sept
2008 I've been figuring out what that best Japanese
software is, and so I researched all the online Japanese
courses as I didn't want to get ripped off, and you
can find my reviews of the best courses here: Online Japanese
If you are in a hurry and to find out the top learning
Japanese software course and the course I use today then click
here: Best Japanese Course
The Internet has allowed the development of some absolutely
amazing learning Japanese software products and without
doubt this style of learning any language is the way of the
future. Nothing beats the convenience and low prices that
language software offers.
Take your lessons sitting on the sofa, lying in bed or in
the car, it over to you, and don't forget whenever you want
To save you the time researching here are the things you
need to look for in a learning Japanese software product:
- Check that it is actually
a TRUE software course, as there are some well
disguised CD and text book courses that hit you with
shipping costs, hidden amongst the real software products.
You don't want to be messing around with books and CD's
that defeats the convenience and low prices of downloaded
software which is yours in a few simple clicks.
- It is a well known fact that in order to learn anything
and especially a language you need to involve multiple
channels of taking information in. These include visual, by
watching someone demonstrate and write something down. Then
audio, where you listen to a person demonstrate Japanese
pronunication and then of course participation by the
student. This is what I spent time researching and the
course I use Rocket Japanese has
all three perfectly balanced.
Another key feature that you must look for is
the level of support provided by the Japanese
software company offering the course. You see
because you don't have the luxury of a private
tutor to ask questions of, which is the trade off
of lower costs and more convenience that learning
from home offers, you need to make up for this
support with online help.
Some courses have a member forum where students
interact and Japanese teachers answer your questions. So
make sure the course you choose includes this and not just
technical support as some courses try and trick you
- Finally as I have mentioned previously because you are
choosing learning Japanese software as you method of
learning Japanese, which is by far your smartest move, you
will also save money on lessons but also on shipping fees
because there are none! So please don't get ripped off and
pay too much for a course, you can get amore than adequate
very comprehensive Japanese software course for $100.
Some will try and charge you upwards of $500!! which I feel
is a crime.
As I mentioned the course I use is Rocket Japanese and they
cover all the criteria I mentioned above completely. You can
check out there course and even take it for a free trial run
with there 6 day course which only requires your email no
VISIT THE ROCKET
I hope this article will help you in choosing a learning
Japanese software course. All the best!