Arama They Didn't

lolufailhard 13th-Nov-2012 03:59 am (UTC)
that's sad to hear. :/
perhaps it just has to do with how and to what extent the teachers/administration attempt to communicate with students. I've seen high-schools that actually had chinese and some korean transfer students and they did just a well as the others. Perhaps that had to do with the fact it was a private school, there were multiple resources for the students, and that the schools were in the US, but still... I know it's possible for them to do better. As a person who has been learning it myself for a few years now, I definitely feel like it also has a lot to do with difficult it is to truly learn and master japanese lol.
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