Hi Michele Aresta,
First of all, sorry to bother you again if you are not interested in my course. I won't be sending this many messages after the registration period is over.
If you are wondering if Yuta's Basic Japanese Premium is right for you, I have some questions:
If you answered is 'yes' to any of the questions, my course is right for you.
Do you remember I talked about how I learnt French? Well, there is more to that story.
In Lyon, there were actually a lot of Japanese students. (Lyon is the third largest city in France.) Some of them spoke decent French, but the others didn't.
Do you know what happens when you live in a foreign country without speaking the local language?
Well, you end up hanging out with people from your own country. And that was what happened to most Japanese students.
But my life in France was very different. Since I spoke French, I didn't have to stick with a small number of Japanese speakers. I always hung out with local French people.
(By the way, a lot of people think that if you live in a foreign country, you will automatically pick up the language. Well, but that's a myth.)
Many French people were very curious about Japan. They would always ask me questions in rapid French. And when they saw that I could understand them, they started inviting me to their parties. I was always the only Asian at those parties.
Once, one of my French friends invited me to her parents' house in Bourgogne. (If you like wine, you know how wine is awesome there, right?) Her mum cooked me real, full French dinner. (Aperitifs, starters, main dish 1, main dish 2, cheese, desert...and of course, wine!)
My year in France was full of cultural experience like that. I even got hit on by French girls twice! (Sadly, I never get hit on in Japan.)
So, how about you, Michele Aresta? Don't you want to do the same in Japan?
Getting invited to a karaoke party by your Japanese Friends. Getting a job in Japan. Or dating Japanese girls or boys. There are endless possibilities.
All of those things are possible when you speak Japanese. Do you want to experience real Japan in Japanese? Do you want to be part of our culture?
If your answer is yes, I can help you.
Hope this wasn't too long :)
P.S. I was actually going to promote my course, but I ended up writing a mini-novel! (I like writing.) Anyway, if you are still interested in my course, here's the link. Registration closes in a few days. Don't miss the deadline.