I'll pay special attention to the posters saying "yes" who have a certain badge next to their names. There was a lot of new code added, so please bear with us if anything breaks, we'll try and take care of it asap. In the comments many of you ask us how we learned Japanese.
I decided to write a short blog series about how I, personally, learned the language since you all seem to be really interested in how the process go - there's plenty of other paths than my own, naturally.
Having intrinsically driven motivation is going to be very beneficial in the long run.
Some examples of this would be: Extrinsically driven motivation doesn't always last very long, and it can be hard to then motivate yourself to keep going. There's also not always a very clear distinction between the two.Sometimes people just aren't driven internally (yet) and need a little push to get started.I will cover classroom learning in another post later in this series.Goals & Motivation So you've decided to learn Japanese, great.So if you've been a frequent participant in discussions on our site, make sure to get an account or use the social sign in and you're good to go. A public service announcement: Nothing changes, you don't have to become a "supporter" to keep reading manga here, and that'll never change. This is just for those who want to on a regular basis.
Obviously, all this stuff is new, so if you come across any bugs, please just report them here and we'll take care of it asap. If you do however generously decide to become a supporter, chances are we can get rid of ads completely in the future.What is fun in learning a language is also very different from person to person.You should try to find things in the language learning process that are fun to you.You will like certain parts of the language learning process, but you might absolutely despise some of it as well.To make sure that you'll still be on this journey a year from now we will need some planning. You need to confirm your email by clicking the link in the message we sent.