But first I think it is necesary to give some context to this story. At the university, there is no classmates, at least, no classmates that will course with you the same courses over the carrerer.
That is way, having a groups of friends to study together is great. It helps to develop some relations over time and to follow in a closser manner others carreres, support them and share experience on how to achieve the common goal of getting a degree (or diploma?). I usually spend saturday and sunday evening (from 2 to 6 pm) in this activity.
By the way, I was thinking of how nice would be to construct relationships with local persons that seriously are learing japanese. That way, both of us could have an accountable to keep track and make recomendations about eachother progress. Perhaps that partnert could be an lang-8 user, that would be nice too, but I am starting this search. In some time I hope to have some news to tell to my dear lang-8 friends about this... Because, learning languages is a beautyful human social activity.
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While I am spending a big amount of time studying for the university, I found really useful to learn in groups. But first I think it is necesary to give some context to this story. At the university, there is no classmates, at least, no classmates that will course with you the same courses over th