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  • Hey guys, this video is sponsored by a Rosetta Stone, the leading language learning company for over 25 years.

    嘿,夥計們,這個視頻是由羅塞塔石碑贊助的,這是一家超過25年的領先語言學習公司。

  • Learning a new language isn't easy, but Rosetta Stone offers the tools needed to help you achieve confidence in speaking in your chosen second language, whether it's for job travel or just for fun.

    學習一門新的語言並不容易,但Rosetta Stone提供了所需的工具,幫助你實現用你所選擇的第二語言說話的信心,無論是為了工作旅行還是隻是為了娛樂。

  • Rosetta Stone's got your back.

    羅塞塔石碑有你的支持。

  • I was able to test out Rosetta stone for myself and a video uploaded on my channel and loved it for all levels.

    我為自己測試了羅塞塔石碑,並在我的頻道上上傳了一段視頻,我很喜歡它,適合所有級別。

  • I wish I had something like this when I was younger and learning japanese because back then all we had were text books and paper flashcards.

    我希望在我年輕時學習日語時能有這樣的東西,因為那時我們只有課本和紙質閃卡。

  • Rosetta stone is easy to use and even has the option for an online language tutor better yet I'm giving you an amazing option to get a discount on your subscription price or a lifetime offer for unlimited access to the app and program for only 100 and $99 total.

    羅塞塔石碑很容易使用,甚至可以選擇在線語言導師更好的是,我給你一個驚人的選擇,你可以在訂閱價格上獲得折扣,或者終身提供無限的應用程序和程序,總價只有100和99美元。

  • You have it for a lifetime.

    你擁有它的一生。

  • It allows you to learn as many languages as you would like with only one account forever.

    它允許你永遠只用一個賬戶就能學習你想要的多種語言。

  • So don't miss out on this opportunity to grow, learn and bridge the gap between cultures using Rosetta stone's amazing language program.

    是以,不要錯過這個機會,利用羅塞塔石碑驚人的語言程序,成長、學習和彌合文化之間的差距。

  • The links are down below.

    鏈接在下面。

  • Hey everybody welcome back to my channel.

    大家好,歡迎回到我的頻道。

  • So today we're just going to briefly talk about how we learned a second language.

    是以,今天我們只想簡單地談談我們是如何學習第二種語言的。

  • So some of you guys are asking actually, how do you, do you learned english and most of you know that he lived in the States.

    是以,你們中的一些人實際上是在問,你是如何,你是否學會了英語,你們中的大多數人都知道,他住在美國。

  • So I feel like that is a big factor in it, but we can talk about some tips and things that we learned for me when I learned japanese and for him, when he learned english, he's obviously more fluent in english than I am at japanese.

    所以我覺得這是一個很大的因素,但我們可以談談我學日語時學到的一些技巧和東西,對他來說,他學英語時,他的英語顯然比我的日語更流利。

  • So I feel like it would be more interesting to hear from you, I mean, yeah, I know, but like he understands everything I say, he gets jokes like today he said something really like, I don't remember what you said when we were eating, sushi went to heaven and he had some oyster and he said, oh my gosh, I went to heaven and just came back and I just think it's so funny because a lot of like Japanese bull who learned english as a second language, it's like those things they don't know, but like I just want you to kind of explain how you learned all of this and then I have some of my tips because I'm an intermediate Japanese speaker, I'm not like fluent or anything.

    所以我覺得聽你說會更有意思,我的意思是,是的,我知道,但是像他能聽懂我說的每一句話,他能聽懂笑話,比如今天他說了一些很像,我不記得你說過什麼,當我們在吃的時候,壽司去了天堂,他吃了一些牡蠣,他說,哦,我的天哪。我去了天堂,剛剛回來,我只是覺得這很有趣,因為很多像日本大牛一樣把英語作為第二語言學習的人,就像那些他們不知道的東西,但就像我只是想讓你解釋一下你是如何學會這些的,然後我有一些我的提示,因為我是一箇中級日語使用者,我不像流利的或任何東西。

  • Like I graduated with the japanese degree, but I lived in the States, so it's very different and then living in Japan, I'm an english teacher, I feel like because of that job, it kept me from really succeeding or advancing in that language because I was doing youtube and like I didn't have time, it's all about the time you put into learning, right?

    就像我畢業於日語專業,但我住在美國,所以它非常不同,然後住在日本,我是一名英語教師,我覺得因為那份工作,它讓我在那門語言上無法真正成功或進步,因為我在做youtube,就像我沒有時間,這都是關於你投入學習的時間,對嗎?

  • When did you start learning english, when, when was your first english class when I was a kid, I think the system has changed now kids started learning english from elementary school in Japan when I was a kid it was a middle school.

    你是什麼時候開始學習英語的,什麼時候,你的第一堂英語課是什麼時候,當我還是個孩子的時候,我想現在的制度已經改變了,在日本,孩子們從小學開始學習英語,當我還是個孩子的時候,那是一所中學。

  • So my first english class was when I was 13 and I did not speak any single english word for three years.

    所以我的第一堂英語課是在我13歲的時候,三年來我沒有說過任何一個英語單詞。

  • We had this regular english classes.

    我們有這種定期的英語課。

  • But as you probably know japanese education is very not very practical I guess for speaking that's how I started.

    但是你可能知道,日本的教育非常不實用,我想對於口語來說,我就是這樣開始的。

  • So I was interested in learning english and I loved american music and like movies and that kind of stuff.

    所以我對學習英語很感興趣,我喜歡美國的音樂,喜歡電影和那種東西。

  • So when I was like 14 or 15 or something I was just like watching american tv shows and movies and stuff and that's why I was like watching movies with my dad often.

    所以當我14歲或15歲左右的時候,我就喜歡看美國的電視節目和電影之類的東西,這就是為什麼我經常和我爸爸一起看電影。

  • Oh in english with the subtitles?

    哦,有英文字幕的嗎?

  • In japanese subtitles.

    有日語字幕。

  • Yeah I think I started listening to american music and more like started watching movies from there.

    是的,我想我開始聽美國的音樂,更像是從那裡開始看電影。

  • Were you interested in english?

    你對英語感興趣嗎?

  • Were you interested in learning english culture in general?

    你對學習英國文化感興趣嗎?

  • And I of course includes english as well.

    當然,我也包括英語。

  • I just loved music.

    我只是喜歡音樂。

  • I think that's my introduction.

    我想這就是我的介紹。

  • Did you learn any english when you were watching the T.

    你在看T的時候有沒有學到任何英語。

  • V.

    V.

  • Shows?

    節目?

  • I did not try to study I guess but like I guess in my mind somewhere I was like learning those like some friends and stuff but it's not like I watched it to study or anything like that and I took a note of anything like that.

    我沒有試圖學習,我猜,但就像我猜在我腦海中的某個地方,我就像在學習那些像一些朋友之類的東西,但它不像我看它是為了學習或類似的東西,我記下了這樣的東西。

  • I did not do any of those.

    我沒有做任何這些事情。

  • I started learning japanese in uh elementary school, junior high school because they have like a four.

    我是在小學、國中開始學習日語的,因為他們有像四種。

  • Yeah, they had a foreign language class and but it was like four different languages you can choose right?

    是的,他們有一門外語課,但好像有四種不同的語言,你可以選擇,對嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Well no, we didn't choose that time.

    嗯,不,我們沒有選擇那個時間。

  • That was like, you tried out different languages one month we learned french the next month we learned german the next like it was like a world language sort of thing.

    這就像,你嘗試不同的語言,上個月我們學了法語,下個月我們學了德語,就像一個世界語言的排序。

  • Yeah, I thought that was interesting because it helped us choose what we wanted to pick when we went to high school because we have to choose when we go to high school.

    是的,我認為這很有趣,因為它幫助我們選擇我們上高中時想選的東西,因為我們上高中時必須選擇。

  • I liked it.

    我喜歡它。

  • I liked it because the music too because I discovered Utada Hikaru and then that was when I was like, I want to know, I want to know what she's singing and I thought it was really beautiful.

    我喜歡它是因為它的音樂,因為我發現了宇多田光,然後那時候我就想,我想知道,我想知道她在唱什麼,我覺得它真的很美。

  • Like the way people sang in japanese all the way she sang in japanese was very beautiful.

    像人們用日語唱歌的方式,她用日語唱歌的方式都非常漂亮。

  • Your first japanese album.

    你的第一張日本專輯。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Today was my first japanese singer that I really liked.

    今天是我第一個真正喜歡的日本歌手。

  • And then I started getting really into music and then I downloaded like I remember I had limewire and I looked like downloading all her song.

    然後我開始真正進入音樂,然後我下載,就像我記得我有limewire,我看起來像下載所有她的歌。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • I started buying video games in japanese, zelda.

    我開始買日本的視頻遊戲,塞爾達。

  • I have that in japanese high school.

    我在日本的高中就有這種情況。

  • I took japanese and so I think it's so cool that in America.

    我學過日語,所以我認為在美國,這太酷了。

  • I mean I don't know if this applies to all the schools, but at least the school you went to, you have chances to learn multiple several I guess try out.

    我的意思是,我不知道這是否適用於所有的學校,但至少你去的學校,你有機會學習多個我想嘗試。

  • I think that's very rare.

    我想這是非常罕見的。

  • Like I don't think it's like that in all schools but like my school offered a chance to like take a class where you can learn multiple languages.

    我不認為所有的學校都是這樣的,但是我的學校提供了一個機會,比如參加一個可以學習多種語言的課程。

  • I went to international, it's like a public school with more intense, like a more focused on english.

    我上的是國際學校,就像公立學校一樣,更加緊張,就像更加註重英語。

  • Did you choose that school or like yeah from second high school, first year it was just normal one.

    你是選擇了那所學校還是像 是從第二所高中開始,第一年只是普通的一所。

  • We had like uh did you choose the high school that you had to go to or like is that just your school?

    我們有像呃你選擇了你必須要去的高中,還是像那只是你的學校?

  • Like it was more intense and I chose the high school because you can choose maybe we can do, I don't know, you have to take examine, you have to take an exam to get into the high school.

    像它更緊張,我選擇了高中,因為你可以選擇也許我們可以做,我不知道,你必須參加考試,你必須參加考試才能進入高中。

  • What the heck that you took a lot of english classes I'm assuming right?

    你上了很多英語課,我猜是什麼原因呢?

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • From second year of the high school, yes, I went to International course and I have more classes.

    從高中二年級開始,是的,我去上國際課程,我有更多的課程。

  • Is that what you wanted in your life?

    這是你在生活中想要的嗎?

  • Like you wanted to be able to speak english at that time.

    就像你在那個時候希望能夠說英語一樣。

  • I wasn't really thinking I was really into just play music and you wanted to be banned but I was writing a music and you know some songs are in english and is that what you wanted to do?

    我不是真的在想,我真的只是在玩音樂,你想被禁止,但我在寫音樂,你知道有些歌曲是用英語寫的,這是你想做的嗎?

  • It is so you can write in english and learn and understand at the end of high school, I wanted to go to a music school.

    這是為了讓你能用英語寫作,在高中畢業時學習和理解,我想去音樂學校。

  • Yeah, then I ended up not going, I did go after college, but it wasn't like a school school, I think high school, when you learn the language, it's more about really discovering the culture and I think that's what got me excited Ultimately.

    是的,然後我最終沒有去,大學畢業後我確實去了,但它不像學校的學校,我認為高中,當你學習語言時,更多的是真正發現文化,我想這是讓我興奮的最終原因。

  • In college we had the groups where you would come together and just speak japanese.

    在大學裡,我們有一些小組,你們會聚在一起,只說日語。

  • Do you have, did you have that in your college or did you not do anything in college?

    你有,你在你的大學裡有嗎,還是你在大學裡沒有做什麼?

  • I went to study Economics.

    我去學習經濟學。

  • Yeah, I know you studied Economics.

    是的,我知道你學的是經濟學。

  • Yeah, I didn't really have a lot of english classes throughout.

    是的,我在整個過程中並沒有真正上過很多英語課。

  • Did you have an english class in college?

    你在大學裡有英語課嗎?

  • I don't know these things.

    我不知道這些事情。

  • Why do I not know these things about my, when you go to college in Japan, you have to take english classes, but uh really, you have to, in college, Yeah, on top of that you have to take another language as well.

    為什麼我不知道我的這些事情,當你在日本上大學時,你必須上英語課,但呃,真的,你必須,在大學裡,是的,除此之外,你還必須學習另一種語言。

  • And I took spanish, went back to high school.

    我還學了西班牙語,回到了高中。

  • I actually went to IAN, which is an english class.

    實際上,我去了IAN,那是一個英語班。

  • Extra classes.

    額外的課程。

  • Okay for fun.

    好吧,為了好玩。

  • Like you wanted to do it.

    就像你想做的那樣。

  • Yeah, I was forced to speak, I was forced to write every day and I almost, I almost hated it because you're forced Yeah, I just don't like it when people forced me to do certain things and even though I liked learning english and I never actually did work and stuff and I was told the teacher was always scolding me actually as much as I can feel that the same, that's like one thing that people don't really like explained to you before you start taking classes is that you get excited about the class.

    是的,我被迫說話,我被迫每天寫作,我幾乎,我幾乎討厭它,因為你被迫 是的,我只是不喜歡人們強迫我做某些事情,即使我喜歡學習英語,我從來沒有真正做工作和東西,我被告知老師總是罵我 實際上,就像我能感覺到的那樣,這就像人們不喜歡在你開始上課之前向你解釋的一件事,就是你對這門課感到興奮。

  • But even for me, like in japanese, when you're forced or told to do like write an essay in japanese or like, you know, do specific tasks and japanese, it just gets more, I don't know, it makes you more unmotivated.

    但即使對我來說,比如說日語,當你被強迫或被告知要用日語寫一篇文章或像,你知道的,做特定的任務和日語,它只是變得更,我不知道,它讓你更沒有動力。

  • It did help me in a way, but it also like during college turned me off a little bit to japanese because I was like stressed, you're rushing to learn something for a test and you're not enjoying it if that makes any sense.

    這在某種程度上確實對我有幫助,但在大學期間,這也讓我對日語有點反感,因為我覺得壓力很大,你急著為考試學東西,你不喜歡它,如果這有什麼意義的話。

  • A lot of japanese education is like that even english, it's all memorization and it's just like, it's not as enjoyable as if you were to study it as a passion and you were going, you were doing things that you loved to learn the language every morning.

    很多日本教育都是這樣的,即使是英語,也都是背誦,這就像,它不像你把它當作一種激情來學習,你每天早上都在做你喜歡的事情來學習語言。

  • We have, we have this little 10 minutes english test which we have to learn 20 words every day or something, testing every day and actually that became really helpful later on my life.

    我們有,我們有一個小小的10分鐘英語測試,我們必須每天學習20個單詞或其他東西,每天測試,實際上這對我後來的生活非常有幫助。

  • Yeah, I think I actually learned something out of it.

    是的,我想我實際上從中學到了一些東西。

  • I think if you take outside classes that has nothing to do with college, it's a lot, you're a lot more motivated.

    我認為如果你參加與大學無關的外部課程,那就會有很多,你會有更多的動力。

  • Like if I were to find a class in Japan, I would probably really enjoy it because you're paying actually, you're using your money, you're forced to take the class, you're probably gonna like exactly when I moved to the United States after college I worked like 23 years to save that, save off to move and I went there in my english sucks, I went to Starbucks first day and I could not order the drink that I wanted to get.

    就像如果我在日本找到一個班級,我可能會非常喜歡它,因為你實際上是在付錢,你在用你的錢,你被迫去上課,你可能會像我大學畢業後搬到美國時一樣,我工作了23年,存下錢來搬家,我去的時候英語很爛,我第一天去星巴克,我無法點我想要的飲料。

  • It's not the english that you know that I saw in textbook, it's very, yes, textbook, japanese faster, so I could not understand what they're saying and I could not say what I want what I wanted to say, textbooks are good for when you start, when you start out and you know you want to learn a second language textbooks and language programs and all that stuff.

    這不是我在教科書上看到的英語,它非常,是的,教科書,日語更快,所以我無法理解他們在說什麼,我無法說出我想說的東西,教科書對你開始時很好,當你開始時,你知道你想學習第二語言,教科書和語言程序和所有這些東西。

  • Online language programs are really good to use to like really learn words and things.

    在線語言程序真的很好用,可以用來真正學習單詞和東西。

  • But naturally if you want to get better, if you want to get to an advanced level, you have to put yourself in stressful situations like that.

    但是,如果你想變得更好,如果你想達到高級水準,你自然必須讓自己處於這樣的壓力環境中。

  • There's some people that go out in Japan and then they get so frustrated.

    有一些人在日本出去,然後他們變得如此沮喪。

  • If you're in that situation, take that as a lesson learned from it.

    如果你遇到這種情況,就把它作為一個教訓。

  • It's part of yeah, if you don't know how to learn, if you don't have to say anything, then go home and look up the phrase that you want to say, right, is that what you kind of did, like, you didn't know how to order, right?

    這是的一部分,如果你不知道如何學習,如果你不用說什麼,那就回家去查一下你想說的那句話,對嗎,這就是你的那種做法,比如,你不知道如何點菜,對嗎?

  • So you kind of looked over the crash, I put myself in a position or a situation where I'm not, I'm not with japanese people I guess I kind of distanced distanced myself from japanese people so that my english will improve.

    所以,你看了一下車禍,我把自己放在一個位置或一個環境中,我沒有,我沒有和日本人在一起,我想我有點疏遠了自己和日本人的距離,這樣我的英語會提高。

  • You had roommates right?

    你有室友,對嗎?

  • When you first moved Russian people?

    你第一次感動俄羅斯人的時候?

  • Yes, but they spoke english?

    是的,但他們會說英語嗎?

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • So did you communicate them with them in english?

    那麼,你有沒有用英語與他們交流?

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • That's why I lived with the Russian people.

    這就是為什麼我和俄羅斯人一起生活。

  • Yeah, that's the best thing to do.

    是的,這是最好的辦法。

  • And but I did not talk with japanese people for I guess a while I spoke here and there because there was like a lot of japanese people in LA, I guess the first year I was very, very stubborn that like, no, I'm not going to talk to japanese people, I'm here in Los Angeles, Los Angeles to study music and long english and why would I talk to Japanese people so you can't came to L.

    但我沒有和日本人交談,我想有一段時間我在這裡和那裡交談,因為在洛杉磯有很多日本人,我想第一年我非常非常固執地認為,不,我不會和日本人交談,我在洛杉磯,洛杉磯學習音樂和長英語,我為什麼要和日本人交談,所以你不能來洛杉磯。

  • A.

    A.

  • To study music first.

    首先要學習音樂。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Ok, Yugi was putting himself in situations where he could learn the language.

    好吧,尤吉把自己放在可以學習語言的環境中。

  • So I think maybe a lot of people do know this or don't know this, but if you put yourself in those situations it does help you, but when you get a job like teaching english and you're like, I want to learn japanese, you have to take set aside that time in order to learn, I guess another language, whether you're in the native country or you're not, it makes a huge difference.

    所以我想,也許很多人知道這個,或者不知道這個,但是如果你把自己放在這些情況下,它確實對你有幫助,但是當你得到一份像教英語的工作,你想,我想學習日語,你必須撥出時間來學習,我想另一種語言,無論你是在本國還是不在本國,它都有很大的不同。

  • And for me, I started learning like real english when I first moved to the States because even though I learned like basic and all the syntax or grammar, my bad grammar of english, which helped me a lot actually, you have to know grammar in order to guess improved from the second year though.

    對我來說,我在剛搬到美國時就開始學習真正的英語,因為儘管我學到了像基本的和所有的句法或文法,我糟糕的英語語法,實際上對我幫助很大,你必須知道文法,以便從第二年開始猜測改進。

  • It was very too much.

    這是很過分的。

  • I missed speaking japanese and I started forgetting japanese.

    我錯過了說日語,我開始忘記日語。

  • So I changed my mind and it's actually kind of regret like why did I do that distance from myself from Japanese people?

    所以我改變了主意,這實際上是一種遺憾,就像我為什麼要做那種與日本人保持距離的事?

  • I think it's still good to like do it, but like not too much, it's good to like say, ok, um six days out of seven days, like I'll speak english maybe, but one day out of a week, you know, I can speak in japanese and I can be a japanese.

    我認為這樣做還是很好的,但不要太多,可以說,好吧,七天中的六天,我可能會說英語,但一週中的一天,你知道,我可以用日語說話,我可以成為一個日本人。

  • Yeah, yeah, and you're gonna go nuts if you only speak a second language thing is when you move abroad to me, maybe this isn't you, but for me, like when I moved abroad, like I wanted a sense of family because I didn't have that here.

    是的,是的,如果你只說第二語言,你會發瘋的,當你搬到國外時,對我來說,也許這不是你,但對我來說,就像我搬到國外時,我想要一種家庭的感覺,因為我在這裡沒有這種感覺。

  • So it's hard, you can't, you can't just connect with japanese people all the time.

    所以這很難,你不能,你不能一直和日本人聯繫。

  • You have to have a balance between the two.

    你必須在兩者之間取得平衡。

  • If you want to learn the language, it's good to hang out with japanese people if you want to like, you know stay sane in another country, then you need to build a family and relationships with people that you know your language and know your culture.

    如果你想學習語言,和日本人一起玩是很好的,如果你想喜歡,你知道在另一個國家保持理智,那麼你需要建立一個家庭和與你知道你的語言和了解你的文化的人的關係。

  • So it has to have a balance.

    所以它必須有一個平衡。

  • I obviously don't hang out with a lot of japanese people in Tokyo, but in Nagoya, I had all japanese friends.

    我在東京顯然沒有和很多日本人一起玩,但在名古屋,我的朋友全是日本人。

  • Like I was always hanging out with japanese people, but Tokyo, everybody's so busy working like it's so hard to hang out with people here unless you really put yourself in groups that are language groups, like on apps, you can find that you want to learn the language, you have to make mistakes and that's the thing that I struggled on with the struggled with the most.

    我總是和日本人混在一起,但在東京,每個人都忙於工作,除非你真的把自己放在語言小組中,否則很難和這裡的人混在一起,比如在應用程序上,你可以發現你想學習語言,你必須犯錯,這是我最糾結的事情。

  • I was scared to make mistakes and I still am today and it's something that I work on all the time.

    我很害怕犯錯,今天我仍然如此,這是我一直在努力的事情。

  • Okay, here's something I need to tell you.

    好吧,我有件事要告訴你。

  • We don't care if you make me sick.

    我們不關心你是否讓我生病。

  • I know, yeah, listen to you.

    我知道,是的,聽你的。

  • If you speak super slow, will still listen to.

    如果你說話超慢,還是會聽的。

  • We're in past that you speak, people are impressed here and Jeff I if I say Kenichi while everyone, I remember the 1st 23 years I was having trouble with, it was like a catch pole, right?

    我們在過去,你說話,人們在這裡留下了深刻的印象,傑夫我如果說健一而大家,我記得第23年我是有困難的,這就像一個接杆,對嗎?

  • It's like at some point after five minutes or something, I lost track of what they're talking about, something.

    就像在某些時候,過了五分鐘或什麼的,我就失去了對他們所談論的內容的追蹤,什麼的。

  • Yes, it's exhausting.

    是的,這很累人。

  • It's really mentally exhausting when I studied abroad, it was like that for the first time, I was like, I'm gonna learn japanese, but you can only listen for so long and then you just lose it and you just can't think or listen anymore and when people learn a second language it's exhausting like exhaust your body, you physically feel it.

    我在國外學習時,精神上真的很疲憊,第一次是這樣的,我想,我要學習日語,但你只能聽這麼久,然後你就會失去它,你就不能再思考或聽了,當人們學習第二種語言時,它就像耗盡你的身體,你身體上的感覺。

  • When I studied abroad, I was always kind of frustrated with myself because I would listen and try really hard and then I just, I can't do, it's like running a marathon little by little, it gets better and at some point you realize that you can actually understand what's going on even after 10 minutes, 20 minutes and you get the joke and little by little you're learning okay, so one thing that helped me a lot when I was learning japanese and when I was really pushing myself was phrases and this is a coming from another friend of mine in Japan, I became best friends with a girl in Maury and she told me that she learned because she got so good at english, she was perfect and like she just lived in Japan, she didn't really, she, I think she studied abroad like once or twice, but she was like fluent and she said the thing that helped her the most was learning phrases like she'll learn a vocabulary word right and then she'll look up sentences with that vocabulary word in it to put it into context and then she'll just remember those phrases and then use them when she needs them.

    當我在國外學習時,我總是對自己感到有點沮喪,因為我會聽並非常努力地嘗試,然後我只是,我做不到,這就像一點一點地跑馬拉松,它變得更好,在某些時候你意識到,即使在10分鐘、20分鐘後,你實際上可以理解正在發生的事情,你得到了笑話,一點一點地你在學習,好吧,所以當我在學習日語時,當我真的逼迫自己時,有一件事對我有很大幫助,這是我在日本的另一個朋友說的。我和毛利的一個女孩成了最好的朋友,她告訴我,她學習是因為她的英語很好,她很完美,就像她只是住在日本一樣,她沒有真的,她,我想她在國外學習過一兩次,但是她很流利,她

  • And I started doing that and I was like wow this is so much more exciting than learning repeated words.

    我開始這樣做,我覺得哇,這比學習重複的單詞要刺激得多。