What's your real reason for learning a language





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21 Replies to “What's your real reason for learning a language”

  1. Ayush Sachdeva

    my reason is anime. I want to watch anime and read manga in Japanese and i think many of your student's have same reason

  2. Garrett Brown

    I have several reasons why I want to learn the language, but I can’t think of all of them off the top of my head. The best one that comes to mind is that I’m fascinated with the language and the culture. Japanese is a really beautiful language. I also have the desire to start translating games, shows, and other things like that. Growing up, there was a lot of content I simply could not access because of the language barrier, and I don't want anyone having to deal with that too.

  3. Bon Soir

    Everyone ever :I just… wanna learn the culture, see the cherry blossoms, and appreciate new things y'know?
    Actual reasons: a n i m e , f o o d , J a p a n e s e w a i f u , o n s e n

  4. RaNee Rah

    Wanted to learn Japanese because of, you guess it right, anime and travel. Ended up going on for my own personal growth and future asset.

  5. さとひかる

    My motivation was I have japanese friend and everyday she teaches me so I get determined to learn japanese language

  6. I Play Games

    I had the definition for extrinsic vs intrinsic motivation all wrong. whoops. I'm glad this video cleared that up. it makes a lot of sense

  7. Sunny Subhash

    The reason I am learning japanese is I want to settle in Japan because I like their tradition I like their people kindness and more finally I just love japan

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