Buying Gifts for an Aspiring Japanese Learner. Help!

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Re: Buying Gifts for an Aspiring Japanese Learner. Help!

Postby smallwhite » Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:06 pm

Fortheo wrote:
I wish I had friends who would buy me these courses haha.

PS. This thread is really making me want to revive my Japanese studies.


And I want to revise my entourage.
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Re: Buying Gifts for an Aspiring Japanese Learner. Help!

Postby Xenops » Sun Jan 29, 2017 8:24 pm

smallwhite wrote:
Fortheo wrote:
I wish I had friends who would buy me these courses haha.

PS. This thread is really making me want to revive my Japanese studies.


And I want to revise my entourage.


Your entourage of languages to learn? :mrgreen:
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Re: Buying Gifts for an Aspiring Japanese Learner. Help!

Postby Seneca » Sun Apr 16, 2017 5:58 pm

Getting caught up in life over the past few months, I forgot to come back and give an update. My friend was on vacation in Spain, and I could not help myself and also ordered "Reading Japanese" by Jorden and Chaplin.

Ready for the twist? He is a bit more of a free-spirit than I, and met a couch surfer from Buenos Aires who he fell for. He has taken a leave of absence from his job and is now cavorting around South America with her. Return date TBD, but he took a full year from work, so...yeah.

Sorry for my inability to give any updates on the quality of these products via him, haha. Also, Japanese has never really intrigued me, so I don't see them being used in the near future by me either. But, at least they make my bookshelf look cooler....
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