Kanji is just a feat of memorization, haha.
If you need help with structure, I can offer a little bit of guidance.
thank you very much you are all so kind...
I just started jap lessons a few months ago, we've been learning mostly vocabulary, adjetives, basic structure and conversations
and so far we have only used the ます and て form
so Im just beginning with the language, if I have any questions in the future I will come here n.n
I may have a japanese first name (I don't even know why), but just started taking Japanese a while ago, but I'm really slow, so I don't really know anything yet neutral
Some of the Japanese that is being used in here is pretty casual or colloquial。 Most teaching courses start you off with masu form because it is more polite than te or plain form. Knowing when to use each (And keigo ::Shudder:: ) is a whole lesson in itself.
What other things? Like Hiragana? Or are you looking to learn some phrases? If you want to learn Japanese, learning to write, read and pronounce Hiragana is a crucial first step. I'll look for a good link and add it to the links section on the first page.