I’ve a niece who spent years in Japan and Korea as an English teacher.
Gail Boenning
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i try to teach myself japanese.

chinese is easier than japanese and korean.

chinese has no conjugation. and there’s no formal or informal form.

the japanese has conjugation. not to say in japanese, one character can be read more than one way. i don’t know much about korean, but it also has formal and informal form, that’s polite / less polite form. tiring really.

but the korean alphabets are very easy to learn.

“I’ve always admired people who have mastered more than one language.”

not all of them have choice.

:D

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