What Is 日本語 (Japanese) and Why?
.....Foreign languages often confuse people all around the globe, mainly because they bring about misunderstandings. Whether it's by dialect or by a different language entirely, foreign languages are just so distant from each other. One example of a very difficult language, as opposed to English, would be Japanese. Japanese is frequently misunderstood because of how complex it actually is. Just as Chinese is criticized for having thousands of symbols that resemble scribbles, Japanese is as well and even uses Chinese. Additionally, Japanese is found so confusing because of how it uses multiple "sub-alphabets" within itself rather than using one alphabet. And out of all the reasons why people are so frustrated by the Japanese language, it's because they don't know why the Japanese language is the way it is or even what it's composed of. Everyone who has ever learned Japanese (in its entirety) knows that there are three