良いお知らせ (Announcement, pt. 4)

Hi, all.

I have some great news:

Turns out I can release the book today. Huzzah!

Well, thank you all for at least visiting and reading the posts. You’re the best ever, and I really appreciate it.

More updates to come. Until then, please be polite and share.

応援してくれてありがとうございました。

감사합니다.

شكرن لكم!

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Announcement (pt. 3)

Hi, all.

I’d just like to give you some updates concerning my new book, GenE.

Due to a few setbacks, I might have to postpone its release to no later than Wednesday.

I know, I know. It’s a disappointing state of affairs. I’m just as cheezed off because of it.

However, I’d like to ask you something:

What are some of your foreign language goals?

What are some of the languages you’d like to learn?

In your opinion, what is the best way to learn languages?

Thanks for reading. Please share and/ or comment. G-d bless.

またね!

안녕히계세요!

مع سلم

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Announcement (pt. 2)

Hi, all.

I’m sure your weekend has gone well.

Continuing on, I’d like to take the time out to comment on my new book. It’s titled, “GenE”, and it’s the most thought-provoking book I’ve written thus far.

It’s based firmly on immersion strategies for language acquisition and lists steps on how to accomplish all of your language learning goals.

It’s also based on my previous publication, “AOA” which is in the Amazon store

Please support this effort. If you or anyone whom you know has ever learned languages or is just starting out learning languages, this book is precisely for you (or them).

I sincerely believe that my products (as well as the products of other like minded individuals) have the potential to revolutionize language learning forever. And if you help, you’ll be among the pioneers in this effort who’ll be remembered decades (an perhaps centuries) from now as the leaders of the new age.

Once again, please help. We no longer need traditional methods to attain fluency in language. The power to change the course of our education system is in your hands.

Thanks, and G-d bless.

안녕히계세요
また明日
Hasta luego

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Announcement

Hi, all.

I have a big announcement (wait for it…):

NEW BOOK ON MONDAY!!!

More info in later posts.

Happy weekend!

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Quit

Hi, all.

I’m sure you’ve all been acquainted with the commercials that have been circulating on TV recently about smoking. And every person in the commercial emphatically says, “I’m a quitter”.

So with that in mind, please adhere to the following:

Quit thinking that language leaning is something restricted to dusty books and monotonous CDs/ software.

Quit thinking that you can attain fluency in a super short span of time. We didn’t attain fluency in our native language in 2 months, so what makes us think that we can do so in another language?

Conversely, quit thinking that you can’t learn languages to fluency based on past blunders. Because the truth of the matter is, you don’t need CDs or grammar books to learn a language.

If you don’t take anything else from this post, remember this: To truly be free, you must first let it be.

Thanks and please, please comment below. Sharing is caring.

またね!

¡Hasta luego!

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再生中

Hi, all. This post is especially for my Japanese language learners (other languages are welcome, too)…

Well, whilst I checked the iTunes Store on my iPad, I took a glance at the following pics:

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And this one…

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You may be wondering, “how’d you manage to access the Japanese iTunes site”? Well, because of my deep interest in Japanese multimedia (and since I had an iOS device, which a lot of people have anyway), I searched the web for some options on how to actually buy a Japanese iTunes gift card.

Here’s a site that sells actual Japanese iTunes gift card codes:

http://www.japan-codes.com/www.japan-codes.com/

The cards arrive in the following prices and sizes (1 song=¥200-250):

¥500 $9.99
¥1000 $15.99
¥1500 $20.99
¥3000 $39.99

This site is extremely reliable (I received my codes within 24 hours, collectively).
Plus, the cool part is that there are cards for playstation, Xbox, and other manufacturers on the site (for all the gamers).

Well, that concludes this post.

P.S. Do you know of any other language sites that provide iTunes gift cards (or cards for other mobile music devices)? If so, comment below.

Thanks a lot and until next time. :-{)

またね!
再见!

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Update/ Correction

I’m really sorry. The real link to my new blog is below:

http://snhgo.wordpress.com

Thanks and, once again, I’m sorry. Enjoy the site!

申し訳ありません。

上記のサイトをお楽しみに!

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