Inverted commas because I’ve been soo busy with a certain 3 letter word (or more like I have a lot of work but I refuse to do it) that I don’t really have time to spare for languages. But sometimes (like now), I’m taking an escapade from reality and when I do, I study Japanese.
sorry Korean The reason why I spend more time on Japanese is because it’s my much weaker language and I need more ‘formal’ time for it.
I have been slotting Korean study on the go or before I go to bed. Or before class,
during class, and in between breaks. I usually read up Korean news on the apps (introducing them soon), watch unsubbed clips such as news etc. I avoid subbed stuff now. Cannot be too lazy and reliant on them.
In some sense, I’m more aware of news ongoing in Korea compared to Singapore. ><;; Good or bad, I guess it depends on how you view it? I’m stubborn like that. I stubbornly want to do what I like to do.
I realized that I can easily watched unsubbed movies these days. 😀 I am no longer aware that I’m actually watching it unsubbed, which I consider a good thing. And I don’t need to concentrate to be able to understand ^^ yay.
I’m greedy. I hope to be fluent 3 years later for Japanese 😀 And then I’ll start on a non Asian language.. probably Russian. I know it’s very simplistic, but if I manage to learn a new language every 4 years.. how many languages can I learn to speak in this lifetime? hahahaha.
Languages on my list: Russian, Spanish
Okay, I’ll be super content if I can be fluent in two foreign languages actually lol. Time to work harder for Japanese 😛 Do you think I’ll be fluent one day? hahahahaha
Have a good weekend!!!!