I’ve been learning languages for a long time but I must admit, I am very late into the podcast game. As usual, I have been suffering from trying to use too many language materials at
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June was very mean to me. May too. But especially June. I was snowed under with tons of work — I am not complaining. I love what I do at the office, and I get great feedback with my
Or, the original title: Language learning update – week ending 15 March Japanese On days that I badly needed some extra sleep minutes, I would begin to think that this whole JLPT N1
Ta-daaa! Look who made it through week 2. And only one black item. Whew. I am getting used to a routine and it’s not so bad. In general, I tend to keep Japanese in the morning and
As I said previously, I have re-evaluated my language goals and have put together a daily plan to ensure that I am on track with these goals. My reaction to this first week? Whew! I
I have a confession: I don’t think I would succeed in my very first italki challenge. It was going well and I had this plan of taking 5 sessions of French first, then Hungarian
I was just thinking of the exam today and how I really need to start studying soon. Ogata-sensei explicitly told me to take the N1 exam in 2015, instead of proctoring every year 😛 Ack.