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Old 2010-11-30, 21:07   Link #41
karice67
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People, please, just leave it. What works/worked for you doesn't/won't necessarily work for others.

Personally, I think Japanese captions CAN BE useful for learners because it's a convenient link between what you hear with how it's written. However, it also depends on how you use them. I occasionally use captions myself now as a study/learning aid, muxing them to a video file, referring when I need to or want to pick out a term/phrase to plunk into Anki, and rewatching scenes if necessary. In my experience, they're much better if you have at least JLPT2 level listening and plenty of kanji under your belt. That said, I'd already gotten relatively decent at listening from ~2years of following radio shows by the time I started.
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Old 2012-04-07, 19:57   Link #42
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