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    Learning Japanese before you learn Ninjutsu

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    Learning Japanese before you learn Ninjutsu

    Post by Coolname007 on Sat Mar 27, 2010 3:56 pm

    One thing people who wish to learn ninjutsu (the art of the ninja) will probably want to do first is learn Japanese. Doing so will help you understand the core concepts of ninjutsu better, which can simply just not be expressed as well in English. So its preferable to understand the native language language first (at least to some extent) before attempting to learn the art of ninjutsu.

    Some may think this as a difficult task to accomplish, and not worth the effort, but I believe differently. The fruits of knowing Japanese and knowing Ninjutsu, would, I believe, be endless, as you would know and would have attained a wide variety of skills ranging from unarmed combat to stealth, camouflage, invisibility, the highest self-control possible, various spiritual concepts, and the list goes on and on...
    Knowing Japanese would give one a much better look at the core "roots" (i.e. essence) of ninjutsu which I don't believe could be attained otherwise, and help one reach one's full potential in life.
    But, yes, learning Japanese (just like learning any other language) will take time to accomplish.
    Fortunately, though, there is one website I just came across recently, and which I intend to use to learn it. Originally I was planning to use Rosetta Stone, but the price of the software turned out to be much more than I thought it was, and so I cannot afford it at this point in time.
    This website, however, should help a beginner at Japanese learn the language. Anyway, I'm going to give it my best shot.

    Here is the website address:


    Probably the coolest thing about this website is that its offering Japanese lessons for free, so that is of course the main reason why I'm looking at it, and considering it... Very Happy
    Free is good, and very few things in this world is either good or free now. So I think its time we make the best use of whatever time we have left and learn both Japanese and ninjutsu! That is my objective anyway, and I intend to see it through. Peace out. Basketball

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