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Japanese Language and Culture
Is it easier to learn Japanese or Korean?
For Chinese people, Japanese characters are easier to learn and
understand, because a lot of them come from old Chinese
On the other hand, Korean and Chinese share a similar grammar system.
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Is there a specific program that would make it a bit easier to learn Japanese?
Why is the Japanese language so difficult to learn?
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How are Japanese and Korean languages different?
From a grammatical standpoint, it can be said that Japanese and Korean have very similar structure. A familiarity with Japanese grammar would definitely give you an upper hand when tackling Korean, and vice versa. Japanese and Korean also have a number of words that sound similar in both languages. Beyond this, however, you will find differences. The Korean language has a (subjectively, at least) very easy to learn alphabet, and vastly different pronunciation.
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Which language is easier to learn Japanese or Chinese?
Both languages are Category V in the ranking given by the Foreign Service Institute. Category V contains the most difficult languages for English speakers to learn. It's hard to say which is easier though. Chinese has much easier grammar than Japanese. Japanese has much easier pronunciation and writing than Chinese.