There seems to be very few, if any, naysayers about learning language through music. In my experience, learning with music is a great way to work on pronunciation and it is also a great way to remember vocabulary or grammar. Continue reading “New Game: Learn that Song!” »
Which of these three things will you never see?
A: A lion playing a trumpet while riding a tricycle.
B: A salaryman doing handstand pushups while balancing two glasses of Calpis on his feet at Fushimi Inari at 3 in the morning.
C: The kanji 迄.
The answer is….
So, I’ve decided to pick up my Korean again.
This time, however, I’m using the laddering method, using Japanese as my base.
How is it going, you ask. Here’s the answer.
This is probably my most personal, lengthy blog post ever, but I think that’s only a reflection of how significant this past month has been in my growth both as a language learner and a person. Though it might just read as a random list of memories.
I’ll format it nicely for easy skimming. At least, I’ll try to. Or you can just skip the first half or something.