Btw, I've been trying to get some Japanese Language lessons here, but in the city I'm in the lessons are so EXPENSIVE!! I plan to go to Japan for my internship, see, so that's why I need to learn the language. I thought I'd just share, since this is a thread for the Study of Anything *hugs* I miss you guys. I even forgot the smileys... >.>
Dani, I'd like to share this:
Last edited by baboysai; March 19, 2010 at 10:31 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
I'M GOING TO LIVE IN SWEDEN! \o/
I'm bumping this thread so Blai can pour his knowledge here.
Train hard you must, young padawan!
only Blai? i feel so left out
Why Sweden by the way? Whats so good about ^your country?
Boffen you still exist! You too! <3
Now trying to find a swedish teacher in my city, the only guy that used to do it is now moving to sweden. >.<
How did the choice come about? are you looking for a particular job there?
*wants an online course together with agrias ;____;*
I told ya eni, tomorrow 8pm
Oh and ladies, dress nice. I'm not planning on wasting my time
Make it 10pm.
Tomorrow is mother's day here in Germany, I won't be home before 8pm and then I still need to put the kids into bed :/
Here's a very good (and - by now - old) Swedish course, btw:
How about it? One lesson per week with Blai? ;D
We start on the Pronouncian Guide tomorrow and prepare lesson 1 till next Sunday. Blai-sensei, I want additional homework based on lesson 1 and a skype-online-test for it \o
Last edited by eni; May 08, 2010 at 05:42 PM.
10pm? Hmm.. I think I can squeeze you in...
(that's what SHE said) *ba-dum dish*
Actually 10pm is better than 8, since then I can focus on finishing off my twenty-five million different homework projects I gotta finish...(naaah)
Check my post edits ¬¬
I did read it and yeah sure, I'll come up with some shit tomorrow and make a plan. But let's set one thing straight. I'm a very strict teacher and you can't flirt urself up a grade, if you're a C student, then you're a C student. But an apple won't hurt \o/
But yeah, Sundays 10pm it is children, don't be late and...umm... remind me so I won't forget!
"In Swedish, a verb employs the same form in all persons, whereas English for example uses different forms for different persons.
As you can see, this is very easy. Therefore you only have to learn one form for every verb in each tense."
I love this language already. :~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~)