A late-20s university grad living in the Bay Area with hopes of returning to the world of academia for Japanese or linguistics, or I'll run off to law school.
My obsessive-compulsions include stopping the microwave only when the time remaining is divisible by five and reading the fine print on commercials.
My first sip of tea was out of my baby bottle. I make one of the best cuppas you’ll ever taste.
Has anyone used the Hamiltonian system for language learning? Someone recommended it on the Tofugu Google+ page, but I can’t find examples on any blogs or sites.
I get the primary focus is to shift from grammar to vocabulary, and emphasize reading, reading, reading. But I’m skeptical.
Luxembourgish sounds like a blend of German and French. Possibly Danish and French.
Yes, I know it’s all stems from the Germanic language family.
This makes me wish there was a version of “Seven Degrees Of…” with languages.
Two years after my first round, 62 points out of 150 - only 25 questions right out of 50. I did slightly worse than before.
Japanese: 41 points/150 - 18/50 questions. Consistent considering I have placed my studies on hold.
Meh… could have done a lot better.