Summer holiday which means more language practise :)
So during the year I didn't do much practise, so it is good to finally be able to focus again, after finishing a full on 3rd year at uni (I go from February to mid November with no break) . My first step is to re-do my finished trees and then go from there :)
I can finally have a good japanese sit down for some hard core vocab study, this thanksgiving break!
I usually don't have time to learn pure words, I mostly study grammar and speach during the week.
where do you learn Japanese? I looked and I could not find Japanese on duolingo
I learn Japanese everywhere. My library, my Japanese friends, tons of books, many many online resources. The world is your resource!
There's a course teaching English to Japanese speakers - if you want to take Japanese on Duolingo that'll be your best bet as it's unlikely a Japanese course for English speakers will be coming out any time soon :)
Southern Hemisphere people unite :) This is exactly what I am thinking. I am a high school student and am so excited for the summer holidays so I can focus on languages instead of school. I want to finish all my current trees (except Russian because that is going to take a lot longer) and make them all gold.