Disclaimer: I was given a free month of Premium Membership to work on my Japanese with Lexikeet Learning. All opinions expressed are my own unless otherwise specified.
As you guys know I love sharing my love of Japan with you all. The language, the food, the nail art… Really I should share more of it with you come to think of it!
I have fallen behind really on getting myself to use Japanese more and work on it as I go along my day to day. Really, I’ve forgotten a few things over the years since I was in language classes in High School (what feels like millions of years ago, uggh…), so I was happy to be able to try something that didn’t require a lot of time on a daily basis.
Still, I found it difficult to be able to even take 15 uninterrupted minutes when I wasn’t just too exhausted to try and cram anything into my head.
Lexikeet is great for language learners of all skill sets. From beginners to those who have a bit more skill, Lexikeet can help you on your path to learn Japanese (as well as Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish!) in only a little time each day. You just have to be able to dedicate yourself to it.
You will not only learn to understand spoken Japanese, you’ll be able to read, write and speak it as well. You’ll use your mouse to learn to write in Hiragana, Katakana, and even Kanji. Learning the stroke order as you go along. No print outs to bother with, though I wish I’d have my Wacom tablet to use (Kat uses it and it was with her for two weeks while she was with her dad, so I didn’t get the chance to try it out…) for the writing portions.. it’s just not that great (for me) with a mouse. >.>
Lexikeet doesn’t require stressful amounts of time, 15 minutes does you just fine, and you go over a range of exercises in that 15 minutes so it’s not just 15 minutes stuck doing the same thing over and over again. Their programming allows them to tailor what you are learning to your needs. You’ll get extra practice on things you struggle on, and less on things you do well on. So you’re not stuck working on things you ‘know enough already!’ instead of getting to progress.
What I think I should have done was made sure to secure myself a time every day in order to do my studies. Though I am happy to say that I did get to brush up on some things I needed to really brush up on! I am considering purchasing more time so that I can gain more skills over all! I do plan to go to Japan someday, and would love to be able to speak to the locals well!
Start with a Free Trial, and if you love what you see and do, you can upgrade! A single month costs $20, but there are discounts if you pay in multiple months. $45 for 3 months, $79 for 6 months, and $120 for an entire year! Considering the costs of certain programs are easily $400++ and aren’t nearly as easy and unstressful to use, Lexikeet is a fantastic value for a whole lot of learning!
The following video gives some more information on the world of Lexikeet.
If you could learn any language, what would you be interested in? Japanese is my #1, followed by Mandarin Chinese, Korean, and German!