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Yes I am trying to be a Japanese language teacher. But it is very difficult. I don't know how foreignes study it. Hat's off.
25th May 2007, 13:39   | tags:,,

Dhamaka says:

wow - that will be really hard work on top of your 'day job'! I wish you every success!

25th May 2007, 16:23

ukmari says:

Thank you Dhamaka,
It is very difficult to find time especially my current position at work is extreamely busy and do work long hours as well. But because of that, it is also nice to have something completely different from work.
I will be so busy this weekend since the dead line for my repor will be next weekend!!

25th May 2007, 18:04

taniwha says:

It's tough I know ... I'm trying to do a PhD at teh same time as a full time job

25th May 2007, 18:16

ukmari says:

Good luck to your study Taniwha

25th May 2007, 18:22

taniwha says:

and to you ... it can be tough. BUT, are you having fun too?

25th May 2007, 18:23

ukmari says:

Yes, it is interesting to re-learn my own language from a different angle.

25th May 2007, 18:32

taniwha says:

making the familiar unfamiliar is one of the goals of a good education

25th May 2007, 18:50

swamprose says:

between the three japanese alphabets, I am lost. I want to go to Japan and be able to know which stop to get off, to be able to read enough. Maybe I should stop off and see you first. thank you for taking the time to come meet me. I really liked seeing you.

31st May 2007, 03:06