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My Japanese Coach


Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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features

  • Explore Japan as each point of interest opens up your vocabulary
  • Learn to pronounce sounds unique to Japanese by comparing your voice to a native speaker
  • Develop your calligraphy skills as you trace over animations showing the proper way to write in Japanese
  • Participate in mini-games that will test your grasp of the structured lessons featured in the game
  • Use the built in reference tool to look up useful words and phrases

description

Learn Japanese in a fun and interactive way:
Using carefully structured lessons that guide the player through vocabulary and calligraphy exercises.
The basic pronunciations unique to the Japanese language.
Use the Nintendo DS stylus to write Japanese Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji Characters.
Entertaining and relevant mini-games – play through a series of fun and informative mini-games that reinforces the lesson content for the player.

further info

Official Release Date Oct 14, 2008
Genre Language Learning Software
Version  US
  ESRB Everyone
Titles rated E (Everyone) have content that may be suitable for ages 6 and older. Titles in this category may contain minimal cartoon, fantasy or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.
PAX-Code PAX0002291243
Catalog No.  NTR-P-CJCE
Item Code  0008888164289

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:16

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ras_rascal (1) on 05, Oct. 2010 08:33 (HKT)
useful for begginers
I found this quite useful for starting off japanese but once you want to continue learning the language it is recommendable to find other sources.
It is still recommendable as one of the best japanese learning games on the ds.
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row1 (50) on 21, Sep. 2010 10:23 (HKT)
Rough Interface
The interface is quite rough, clunky and sometimes not intuitive. The DS screen resolution is very low so they should of increased the text size as sometimes the kana is very small and it makes it very difficult to tell the difference between similar ones e.g. か (ka) and が (ga). Even with all its shortcomings it is still reasonably useful when used in conjunction with a real course.
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me_be_meg (1) on 09, Jul. 2010 05:07 (HKT)
My Japanese coach
I'm happy about the game, and I've used it a lot since I received it in the mail. I will note however, that it does not give you enough training in using grammar and piecing sentences together. It tells you the main rules, but the games provided focuses more on having you remember the words. Thus, advancing to the next lesson sometimes leaves you still not having mastered the last one. I find it strange that "My Japanese coach" haven't made better use of the games actually provided for sentence-building. (there are several of them in the game, they just don't "update" for every lesson)

On the other hand, My Japanese coach is a great addition to your learning-experience, if you are already using beginner books like "genki" on the side. My Japanese Coach is great for expanding your vocabulary and gives you a bit of extra insight to the meanings of beginner Kanji. It's also quite good for drilling in your Hiragana and katakana even better!

Needless to say, I would buy it again, knowing what I do now! Good luck with your Japanese-training!

Aniva
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airofdeath (1) on 09, Jul. 2010 03:33 (HKT)
easy and useful
a good addition to other study forms, and a good tool for traveling because of the pretty good dictionary, but not really good enough to be the only source for learning japanese. a great help, and an easy way to learn basics!
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kloves2shop (520) on 01, Jul. 2010 15:25 (HKT)
Thanks PA!
The only place where I could find a legit copy of the DS game. Now I can practice my Japanese and hope the come up with an advance level soon!
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