I have studied English since I was 5 years old, but haven't spoken with native English speakers in Japan much, so still have some difficulties on conversations. But I could say it's possible for me to communicate with people in Japanese & English. :)
Since I'd like to use English and also Swedish at work in the near future, I'm very concentrated on studying Swedish and learning more advanced English (Esp. much more vocabularies) for now.
Though I can memorize words from Swedish newspapers, or can learn the grammar from some books, I need some help on how to write Swedish sentences in a more natural way.
I myself have many hobbies like photography, music, traveling, fashion, architecture, cooking, and so on.
I hope I could write things like them in Swedish here! :D
My blog : http://ranjukvinna.blogspot.com/
[ My goals for now ]
* Getting more than 550 points on TOEFL.
* Passing Swedex & hopefully also TISUS in the future.
[ Where I have been to in my life so far ]
* Canada (Victoria, Vancouber, Banff ) : 1 month
* U.K. (Cambridge : 1 month / Nuneaton, Birmingham, London : 1 week)
* China (Shanghai) : 2 weeks
* U.S. (Hawaii) : 4 days
* Estonia (Tallinn) : 2 days
* Sweden (Norrköping & Göteborg : 3 weeks / Stockholm : 2 months)
Cheers for reading!
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