I'm a bad boy...

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I'm a bad boy...

Post by Frumious Boojum » Wed 03.28.2007 9:12 am

Gah!

I knew this would happen once my Japanese classes ended. I really need to get on stratera or something.

So, classes ended. And I was doing good at continuing my studies for a week or two. But then life got in the way. Classes got me too busy, other things started taking up all my time.

Pretty soon, I was at the point of not studying at all for 2 quarters.

I can't take it anymore.

I need to get back to the language studies.

That's why I've returned here. I'm slowly losing all that I learned. So, I need the help and support to move on from here.

I'm back. Hopefully to stay. I just got overwhelmed for a while.

I'm going to start by reviewing everything that I had learned. That should get me back up to speed. I haven't lost completely everything yet.

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Post by clay » Wed 03.28.2007 9:29 am

Keep at it! It is very easy to get in the habit of not studying. Hopefully your posting here will help bring back your motivation.

When you feel like taking a break from Japanese for 1-2 days just remember posting here and think, 'I can't let everyone at TJP down!' I must study! B)

Anyway, I hope you can get back into the groove.
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RE: I'm a bad boy...

Post by richvh » Wed 03.28.2007 9:58 am

おかえりなさい。
がんばってくださいね。
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RE: I'm a bad boy...

Post by Frumious Boojum » Wed 03.28.2007 10:35 am

ありがとう。

It's been on my mind the past couple of days. My friend from the Japanese 101 class (he failed it) recently dug out his book to try to study on his own. I'll probably try to meet up with him often to help him and keep going.
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