@TLcage (62)
United States
September 19, 2008 2:55pm CST
I want to learn japanesse and my college doesn't offer it as a language. I'm planning on either taking a trip there or moving there for two years once I graduate and get a good job. I was thinking about maybe buying that rosetta stone language tool that I always see on commercials but I'm not to sure about that. Does anyone have any recommendations?
2 responses
@corngrass (727)
• Malaysia
21 Sep 08
You can learn it on your own. There are some sites that provide free online notes which you can learn such as the MLC language centre. Or you can get some reference and teaching books from the book store. I'm currently studying Japanese on my own. I joined a class last year but i quit because I'm too busy to be in the class. However, i don't give up on it, I'm doing revision on my own and i will be taking my JLPT level 3 exam end of this year.
@donburi (316)
• Philippines
21 Sep 08
Same here, I also am planning to learn japanese as a language and luckily my school is offering it. Well if you want to learn I think what you are planning to do is good. Cause by going there you could learn better because you could use what you've learned there in your everyday life. Also it will also be good to experience their culture and way of life.