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Immersion

Hallo!

It’s me again, and this time I thought it would be a good idea to talk about language immersion – the difficulties but also the rewards. 577 more words

Six Apps for Intermediate Language Learners

There are lots of language learning apps, however most take you through the beginner levels. What happens when you are now an intermediate level language learner? 257 more words

Still Experimenting

This week I tried out several language exchange apps and sites.  In my mind, the best to judge them is not by the number of bells and whistles (some of them feature things like the ability to record and send audio and voice to text translation) but by whether or not you get any language exchange partners. 263 more words

Conversationexchange

Katorina-sensei and the cult of yuumei

Happy Sunday from a rainy/muggy Tokyo one and all! The cherry blossoms are at their peak, dressing the trees like bridesmaids and showering the streets like confetti: Tokyo is thus transformed into what could be a truly sensational city-wide wedding venue. 1,213 more words

Japan

Japanese/English Language exchange (Part 2 Opinion)

Hello language learners!

In the time since I last wrote part 1, on what not to do in Japanese Language exchange, I’ve come up with a few more things that kind of ruin the experience pr make it better.   470 more words

Language Exchange

Language exchange is a great way to practice Japanese.  The basic idea is that you someone who speaks Japanese and who is learning a language that you speak.  510 more words

Learning Tools

April Language Goals

Last Month’s Goals with Commentary:

  • Be patient with myself to allow time to think before speaking in Italian.
    Everyone is patient except for me.
    Good. I’m getting better at this.
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