English and Japanese the perfect combination

Looking for a reason to learn Japanese or even English? Nowadays thousands of Brazilians feel the need to study English as a second language, but in this article I want to show you how English and Japanese combine in a perfect and unique way.

Many have already learned English and are looking for a third language to study. Other people like me, have no interest in English, only in Japanese, but recognize their need and want to learn a little.

And there are others who want to study several languages ​​at the same time. See how Japanese, English and English fit into this combination. See how these languages ​​together can be a triple strand of your learning.

English and Japanese the perfect combination

Japanese is easier for English speakers

If you are interested in learning both Japanese and English, be aware that Japanese is easier to pronounce and learn. There is practically no sound in the Japanese language that does not exist in English.

English, on the other hand, has thousands of sounds that no one has ever seen or pronounced in their lives. Sometimes it is more difficult to assimilate a new sound to a letter you already know than to Japanese characters.

The Japanese language has a small number of syllables and its sounds are similar to English, its only difficulty is writing. English, on the other hand, has thousands of sounds unknown to those who speak English, which makes conversation very difficult.

Japanese is easier for those who speak English because Portugal had a great influence on the history of Japan. Several Japanese words originated from English and are easy to pronounce and write.

The English even added something of great importance to the Japanese. Let's leave some related articles below:

English and Japanese the perfect combination

English and Japanese, a perfect match

With the westernization of Japan, the English language also strongly influenced the Japanese language. Several words that the Japanese did not know were created from the English language, which facilitates learning for those who wish to study both languages.

Currently the Japanese language is suffering from a collapse of so many words used in everyday life of English origin. It is believed that there are over a thousand words of English origin written with the Katakana alphabet (used to write foreign words). Other languages such as French and Chinese also have a strong influence on Japanese.

If you know English and want to learn new languages, Japanese and English go well together. By doing this you will end up noticing that Japanese is much easier than English, you will see the great difficulty Japanese people have when speaking English because of phonemes. See below some articles that talk about English in Japanese:

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