Y U no tell me what some words are?
It took me a while to fully understand what these were
otokonoko and onnanoko, along with otoko no hito and onna no hito.
imasu and imasuen, desu and desuka.
But so far it is hitting me with these things a lot, with some pictures to try and figure out like a child what the sounds mean.
It may work for kids, but I prefer to be taught like an adult thanks :P
Throwing things like
otokonoko wa tabete imasu just with a picture of a boy eating doesn't explain fully what is being said >.<
So what has other people used currently or in the past to help them learn Japanese?