During my Japanese classes we sometimes had to do transcription exercises. I tended to not enjoy them because, honestly, I sucked at transcription. I still do, but I consider it a really useful exercise for several reasons.
I ended up reading only a little for this month’s Tadoku contest, but I have a few
excuses good reasons as to why that happened. But first, here’s all the stuff I got through. Several books are included this time!
Which means now I must find a job and stuff. But that’s a story for another post.
Here’s what I managed to get through during May, the month of final exams, graduation prep, and the best Japanese book I’ve ever read.
All alliteration aside, …um…
Anyways, I’ve come across a lot a awesome resources for learning Japanese lately, so I think it would be appropriate to share them with all of you.
Here we go!
Since my last posts about my favorite Japanese actors and actresses, I’ve become familiar with a few more and I’d like to share them because I think they are all extremely versatile and talented and worth spending hours in front of the TV/Monitor.
I think men and women are both called actors nowadays (at least here in the US), but I will separate my list into two posts so it’s not too long. As in the last posts in this series a ☆ will indicate “recommended awesome”.