I've been studying Japanese on and off for a couple of years so I'd say I'm between N4 and N3 but I would love to write and/or chat with someone of any level. I miss speaking Japanese!
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- Jack PrestonOwnerHi! If you want to take your learning to a higher level, I really suggest trying to find a beginner's class that you can attend in person? Are there any in your local community?
You can talk to any of us here to practise the things you might learn! I'm not really good enough to teach someone new to Japanese!Jan 10, 2013
- Hmm I never apologize for my bad Japanese. I figured it was understood that I'm still a learner and nothing needs to be said.
I've posted stuff to the circle and I think it just gets lost. Maybe it's better to just do something within a community.Jan 10, 2013
Here is my calendar that shows when I'm available for chat. It should adjust for your time zone.
HTML version: https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=qrkulio8lvuv4714fvufj1rrhk%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/ChicagoJan 10, 2013
- I agree with , we're all kind of in the learning process ourselves so having us teach may not be in your best interest but we are glad to help practice in any way that we can.
I was chatting with a friend the other day and he was telling me how a bunch of his elementary school friends and him had gotten back in contact with each other and they have started a massive group chat on WhatsApp (smartphone app that's free but requires the Internet). They're all in different time zones but they chat very regularly so maybe that's something we could consider or test out?
It would be less regular than a set weekly meeting but it would be more convenient for people or students who have a less regular schedule... What do you guys think?Jan 11, 2013
- Jack PrestonOwnerThat's a good idea!Jan 11, 2013
- I tried to download WeChat once but I had trouble getting it to work. I'll try again. That voice message thing sounds good!Jan 12, 2013