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AJATT’s Khatzumoto on how to immerse yourself in Japanese & innovate your language learning methods

AJATT’s Khatzumoto on how to immerse yourself in Japanese & innovate your language learning methods

Khatzumoto is the man behind the popular Japanese learner blog All Japanese All the Time (or AJATT for short). While attending university in the United States, he figured out a way to immerse himself in Japanese language and culture nearly 24 hours a day. In an extremely short amount of time, he managed to reach an impressive level of fluency despite not living where the language was spoken and even without many of the learning tools and resources now readily available (he began his journey in 2004).

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Polyglot Lindie Botes on how to master Japanese, Korean, and more through interest, immersion & self-study

Polyglot Lindie Botes on how to master Japanese, Korean, and more through interest, immersion & self-study

Lindie Botes is a polyglot, YouTuber, blogger, and UI/UX designer on a mission to master 12+ languages, including Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and more. She is originally from South Africa, but has lived all over the world and now calls Singapore home. Though she loves foreign languages, she sees them not as an end but as a means to break down the barriers that otherwise divide us.

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Matt vs. Japan on how to master Japanese through immersion

Matt vs. Japan on how to master Japanese through immersion

Matt is the creator of the popular Matt vs. Japan YouTube channel and the co-founder of Refold: The Roadmap to True Fluency, where he shares the methods he used to reach near native-like fluency in Japanese in just 5 years. I am a big fan of his immersion-based approach to language learning (which aligns well with the approach I share in Master Japanese), his mission to create a more streamlined path to fluency, and his commitment to giving Japanese language learners the tips and tools they need to succeed.

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