One day in the middle of January, I woke up in the morning with an idea in my head for a new way to learn foreign languages. In the next month and a half, I spent many late nights and weekends working on a prototype for the site, which is after a period alpha testing is ready to be opened to the public for a full beta test.
For those who are interested, you can visit the below link where you can try out the site. Registration and all features are completely free with no strings attached.
You may have noticed I haven’t said a single thing about Japanese yet – a good portion of this site’s features will work with any language, though there is a handful of things that will only work with a limited subset of languages, and one particularly important feature that will only work with Japanese.
I’ll talk about some of the site’s features in more details in upcoming posts, but I will say that one of the most important features is related to personal goals for language learning.