Hello Everyone! So, to some people I am seen as a senior member or one who has been around for a very long time and learned a lot of Japanese through this software. More recently, I haven't been online too often, only came to say hi every so often and offer advice having had lived in Japan for 8 months and am now in college studying Japanese at the level where we read novels in Japanese. It all started with Rotary Youth Exchange, so I am passing this account to a new Outbound (going to Japan) exchange student who is looking for resources to study Japanese. I have outgrown the difficulty of this learning software, but I am sure he will find this software very useful as a beginner in Japanese. Please welcome him and share the warmth as he gets used to the new software. I am writing this post mostly to notify everyone why this account is named what it is, and where the デレク account disappeared to. From time to time I still might pop up and give advice, but overall this account is becoming a shared account for exchange students to learn the language prior to departure.
デレクのアカウント (Derek's Account)
April 14, 2013
April 14, 2013
This was a very nice thing to do Derek-san :). Hope to see you again around Japanese related things/places. Good luck with your studies :D.
April 17, 2013
Hey Derek, That's a nice idea, but I'm not sure you're actually allowed to share your account like that. I was checking out the Rocket Languages page on Family Packages, and the info says that each course is for single users: http://www.rocketlanguages.com/family-payment/ You might just want to check with Rocket Japanese to make sure you're not doing anything wrong. I hope you're enjoying reading your Japanese novels! I'm quite a long way off being able to do that yet :)
April 20, 2013
Shared in the sense, I gave him the account (I technically still have access), but my Japanese linguistic ability has outgrown this language suite's purpose. So point being he's the only real user... its not going to be shared in the sense of simultaneous multi-purpose usage, but more passed down from generation to generation of Exchange Students... who otherwise don't have the money to afford to buy this software anyways.