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It's quite possible that someone, somewhere told you this. Is it true? No, not really.
The鉄拳 パチンコ can be a lot easier than you may think...
鉄拳 パチンコ is a challenging language, no doubt about it. You have to learn a whole new writing system, three of them in fact! Kanji, for the core meanings of words and for names; hiragana, which in simple terms are the threads that link the鉄拳 パチンコ together, that make them work as a communication tool; and katakana, used mainly to represent foreign words and names.
The only people with an advantage being Chinese as their language is also based on鉄拳 パチンコ, though they are often different and usually pronounced quite differently.
There are 46 basic鉄拳 パチンコ and鉄拳 パチンコ - though some new combinations have come into use recently - and they can be mastered in a matter of days if you're a serious student, otherwise a few weeks. But learning鉄拳 パチンコ is the one challenge that separates the men from the boys, so to speak. There are almost 2,000 of them in everyday use, and you need to know them inside out if you want to enter a 鉄拳 パチンコ university, for example. A given鉄拳 パチンコ can have several, even dozens of different readings, and each鉄拳 パチンコ has its own stroke order. And remember, this is just the writing systems...
In 鉄拳 パチンコ, grammar and pronunciation are actually easier to get a grip on than they are in English, though you need to learn to think in a new way. Verbs come at the end of a sentence rather than near the beginning, for example. Something like "To the station I go" rather than "I go to the station". And a sentence often leaves certain things unsaid, having no subject, for example.
Pronunciation is phonetically regular, meaning you read it as it's written, unlike English where you have words like "cough", "bough" and "though". There are regional dialects that can confuse even a native 鉄拳 パチンコ person, but you can get by with hyojungo (standard 鉄拳 パチンコ) everywhere.
So, where to begin?