First, I’ll have you know that I’m basically a solicitor for this site. It’s called “All Japanese All The Time” (AJATT). As this blog is about my study of Japanese, it would only make sense to tell you how I’m going about it, right? Well, I don’t really want to explain it (the AJATT method) because Khatzumoto (the creator) does a much better job of describing his ideas than I do. But basically, that’s my method, and you probably won’t understand most of what I’m doing or talking about here unless you understand that. If you reeeeaaaally are ADD and don’t want to read his stuff, a basic overview of my method is Spaced Repetition and Heavy Input of the target language (with minimal output practice).
Okay, since everybody else has a blog about how they’re studying Japanese, I figured I might as well have one, too. This chronicles my foray into the world of Japanese. Actually, one of the things that I’m learning is that it isn’t really a foray–it’s more like an Exodus. An Exodus into the promised land of Japanese.
So, if anybody asks, this is the “official” chronicle of my journey into Japanese. If you want to know why I’m study Japanese, visit my other blog J-need.