"Well my favourite orchestra piece would have to be Phantom of the Opera :P I played that last year in orchestra but sadly haven't played it since.
Favourite violinist is also Lindsey Stirling :D
I have been playing for just over 2…"
"I have an Android phone, sadly. And so far, I haven't found any decent apps that might help.
Well, I know the very basic phrases (and judaime... actually, I'm not sure how that's spelled) from watching (way too much anime), I…"
Harry Potter, Vampire Academy, Hunger Games,
Doctor Who, Dance Academy, Sea Patrol, All Saints, My Place, Kid TV shows.
Charlieissocoollike, Vlogbrothers, Nerimon, Communitychannel, Whatthebuck and many more!
Harry Potter, Phantom of the Opera, Tomorrow when the war began, Chicago, Disney Movies!
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
I have an Android phone, sadly. And so far, I haven't found any decent apps that might help.
Well, I know the very basic phrases (and judaime... actually, I'm not sure how that's spelled) from watching (way too much anime), I don't get how to write them though. The Japanese characters are per syllable, right? Also, out of curiosity, what does "desu" mean and why is it said after the "My name is..." phrase?
I shall go look for one next time I'm in a bookstore. :)
If you'd prefer to listen, watching Japanese TV is a very good way learn new words and improve your listening comprehension. If you're looking for free online resources (I always was) you can find news stations that post clips with transcripts online:
What's your current ability like? Are you just starting out or have you already done some study? If you can understand some Japanese, I always found learning new words in context easiest. If you're not to the point where you can understand enough Japanese for that to be useful, I can point you to some vocabulary lists. Or if there are specific things you want to know how to say, you can just ask me too.