Learn Japanese with Busuu

Learning a new language doesn't have to be a boring and tedious thing, sites like bussu understand this and promise to bring you a way to help you learn a new language in a fun way always motivating you.

busuu is also known/wanted as the japanese duolingo or something like that, for those who don't know the name of the site.

I believe that because duolingo itself doesn't have the Japanese language available for those who are native Portuguese, only those who have the native Japanese language can learn English, is that many people want to know the site.


 What is busuu?

as they say busuu is a kind of social network with more than 50 million people worldwide for you to learn a new language through the platform and also interact with native speakers through its video conferencing application, training your conversation live.

These are the main languages available on the bussu website; English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin) and Polish. It has a vast amount of materials suitable for your learning.

Busuu Premium

Although you can use a free account to study the language you want, the site has a premium version that offers more functions such as:

  • No ads within your account
  • travel course
  • Access 12 different languages
  • And much more.

It also has app for google play and app store, not to mention another application aimed at children, busuu kids.

See too:
The Japanese Alphabet Hiragana and Katakana
the japanese calendar

I created my account this year and I already knew a little about how the site works. With lessons for you to learn new phrases/words.

The first lesson is Saluting People in the Beginners module. The following modules are available:

  • Beginner A1
  • Basic A2
  • Intermediate B1
  • B2 Advanced Intermediate
  • Travel Course

In the quick video made by me I show how it is inside my busuu account:

Now you have one more ally to improve and even start learning japanese in a way that is not boring and repetitive.

Good Studies and Ganbatte!