If anyone wants to have a conversation in Japanese ( despite I’m very shy just to speak in English), Today I discover the meetup site and tried to search the "Japanese " word and found a lot of Japanese group conversation with a lot of native speakers and Japanese teachers and the most exciting thing is free ( at least the ones I checked).
Can be a bit silly but when I found this site, I’ve so surprised and happy that the first thing I think was to make this post and share it to my classmates. (*≧▽≦)
Here are some groups, however, there are a lot of them :
obs: just type any key word like “Japanese” and fill your location ( however if your location don’t have any group, just put another city or country . In my case since I live in Brazil I tried “New York, EUA” and found much more groups)
Online:poodle:Japanese-English Language Exchange:
【ONLINE JKURU】Japanese conversation!:
Free online event International exchange in Japanese only:
obs1: This is the only one in my home location, but as soon as the conversation is only in Japanese doesn’t matter if you can speak Portuguese or any other language.
obs2: Your level of Japanese don’t matter at all , in the Third link if you don’t have confidence on your Japanese skills , you only need to add “super begginer” as your name when the zoom call start.
One last thing, I’ve found a lot of Japanese YouTube channels about diverse topics such as manga animated ( I only heard and watch them, among the manga channels are topics like romance, horror, daily life, comedy etc, ), business, Vtubers, kimono (what’s?? … yes kimono), cooking, nutrition, sports, fishing (Hum… I really don’t know why I take this ), comedy, relationship, and so forth. Since I search at least one channel per vocabulary from Wanikani until level 5 there are maybe 150 or more channels saved, but I select 42 manga animated channels, in fact, I only watch 7 of them.
If there’s no problem on make a topic with a lot of links or just the channels names , so as soon as I can I’ll organize them and shared them with the community.
What do you think?