Textbook prices really kicked my ass
Kanji's not so bad. But then I'm pretty good at memorizing so... :P My problem: keeping motivated to keep studying. By myself. :|
If you're serious about learning, then I suggest using kanji flashcards:
Unfortunately, there's no way around learning them aside from memorization or actual everyday use. :|
The kanji is kind of the easy part of the language. The way the language is structured is the hard part for me. Random words that have no equivalent in English? Check! (They probably have something to do with politeness.) Really easy mistakes that totally change the meaning of what you're saying? Check! (It probably has something to do with politeness.) Totally different sentence structure to English and no pronouns? Check! (It probably has something to do wi- wait no Japanese is just crazy)
Originally Posted by Fenn
I happen to know from a very reputable source that you've often gotten smells confused before and their sources mixed up, so perhaps it is not me who smells but it is, in fact, you? I have also recently showered and cleaned myself and I am wearing clean clothes and cologne even so it could not be me who smells foul. You are clearly confused and offer no credible information whatsoever.
Could I perhaps take a look at your source? You can't state what a source says, then not even show it.
To show you that my sense of smell is trustworthy, I have consulted with a professional and well known doctor who performed tests on me. Here is a scanned picture of the paper outlining my tests:
Another thing, if you took a shower and are wearing clean clothes, it may not be body odor. It is very possible that your cologne gives off a horrid stench that makes me want to commit suicide. What brand are you using?
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If you took the time to read this, you can just call me Al, or Stan.