After months of procrastination, I finally decided to get formal education on Nihonggo. But it’s still not the rigid type – just a “pa-cute” once a week three-hour lecture. I don’t know where this will bring me, but it’s better than relying on my own pace. After about 5 months of lackadaisical self-study, I still can’t compose a decent Japanese sentence. This means I haven’t really taken things seriously. Or maybe, my brain just can’t tolerate serious learning anymore.
The class, sponsored by a city-based international organization and primarily aimed at foreigners, started last Saturday. On attendance were a Columbian, Ethiopian, Romanian and Turkish neophytes to
Gambatte to me, ne!