The National Foreign Language Center (NFLC) has an amazing online language learning resource called the NFLF Learning Portal. It contains instructional modules in over 30 languages.
I’m alive! And surprised I haven’t written about this amazing Japanese resource before. One of my super long-term goals in Japanese is to pass the highest level of the 漢字検定. Having a site like this that has a lot of study problems is really nice, even if you don’t plan on taking the 漢字検定.
Recently I’ve been getting back into the swing of my Chinese studies thanks to a web app called Remembr.it. There are several courses you can signup for, but I’m doing the Traditional Chinese Vocabulary Course.
About a month ago I was contacted by a company looking for people to test its new app for learning Japanese vocabulary. I jumped at the chance to try a new tool and I agreed to write a fair, balanced review for the app in the hopes that others would become aware of a new tool in the Japanese learning arsenal. Then I got really sick and didn’t do anything for over a month. But now that I’m feeling better, I’ll go ahead and post this review.
Yay an app review! Or rather an introduction.
I’ve used this app for a while now to watch korean dramas, but it has media from all over the world. At the time of writing this, the places included are Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, United States, and Venezuela.