View topic - Perspective from a One-Month Student for Fellow Beginners
My speech is limited to talking about favorite things to do, things I own, and so forth, but that's good enough to talk to anyone if you're willing. Many times, a lot of guessing was implemented, while many times, I simply memorized useful phrases from Japanese-learning resources. As Clay points out from time to time on the site, corrections of one's own mistakes helps to facilitate faster learning.
I just wanted to post this to encourage fellow beginners like myself who are just now learning the language. On other forums similar to this one, I tend to read discouraging posts from some who are proficient in the language, and it seems there aren't enough posts that give a more positive outlook in terms of learning the language. I generally stay away from language-learning forums because of that, but felt the need to post this. Don't get me wrong; I'm well aware my opinion doesn't carry much weight given my current knowledge, but generally speaking, some of the information being spread from those proficient thus far (definitely none of which attributed to Clay) remains to be far-fetched in my opinion. This is just from a mere beginner's perspective, so I am open to the possibility my opinion might change. I am not taking Japanese formally in an institute so my perception might not be a realistic one.
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