Grade: A For Japanese IV for my senior year, I continued Rosetta Stone and used Verbling to supplement my learning, which is a online language tutor website. Just the same … Continue reading Japanese IV A
Grade: A 100% For my sophomore year of Japanese III, I used Rosetta Stone as my primary learning source. As in prior years, I continue to enjoy Rosetta Stone because … Continue reading Japanese III
Konnichiwa! I’ve been learning Japanese on my own for three years and today I’m going to tell you tools you’ve never heard of before that are VITAL to learning a … Continue reading FREE or cheap ways to learn a foreign language – that you NEVER heard of!
Grade: Japanese 1B: 95.25%; Japanese 2A: 99.54% Japanese 2B: 100% I started my Japanese studies while I was in middle school with Christa McAuliffe School of Arts and Sciences. So … Continue reading Japanese 1B – fall, 2A – spring, and 2B – summer
Grade: A 99.33% I wish I could possibly express in a simple blog post just how much I enjoyed this class that is offered as an elective at Christa McAuliffe … Continue reading Hospitality and Tourism
As most of my readers know, I have a tremendous interest in learning about the Japanese language and culture because I would like to move to Hawai‘i one day, and … Continue reading The Must-Have Guide for Japan-bound Travelers
To mark the Seventh day of Puppy for my countdown to my puppy’s first birthday, I might as well give you another haiku: Hidey-hole Pup: A haiku by Shannon Germaine My … Continue reading Seventh day of Puppy!
To mark the Fifth day of Puppy as I count down to my puppy’s first birthday, how about another haiku? 🙂 This photo was taken on my puppy’s first night in … Continue reading Fifth day of Puppy!
I’m in my second year of studying Japanese. I bug my parents to take me to Japan, but a $2000 round trip plane ticket is a hard sell. Lucky for … Continue reading EPCOT Japan: A Taste of Something Extraordinary