I want to say that I want to master the Japanese Language while learning in Japan. But sometimes it feels odd to the Japanese instead of Japanese. I want to master Japanese Language by going Japan and learn it there. Is this correct?

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    "the" is correct. If you drop "language" then the opposite is true. – Paul Childs Apr 18 '18 at 5:07
  • @PaulChilds I agreed! – Qian Chen Apr 18 '18 at 6:11

The Japanese languauge, the French language, the German language, etc. It always takes the definite article the.

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To master the Japanese language.

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