June 5, 2014
I like most of them to be honest. The language itself is soft on the ears in my opinion. If I had too pick a favorite thus far, it would be daigakuinsei. Just cause it sounds fun.
I've lived in Houston, with a few interruptions, since I was 10.
Anime, manga and import games. Then after researching the culture and country something about it just felt right, so I finally have started the steps in learning the language.
Very elementary. With only a couple hundred words memorized and basic grammar lessons, as well as 18 kanji. I am wanting to join the group to help the language stick by conversing with others and listening to others convers.
My name is Robert Jackson. I am a 34 year old lumber yard security guard who is also going to school full time. On the side I have been teaching myself Japanese (I am still in very basic communication) and how to draw.
Everyone was nice and welcoming and really into the material. It was great.