Student or Learner
Japanese is the easiest language Koreans would(could) learn. It is because it has the same structure(strictures) and similar grammar rules
-> this sentence is correct?
First time, It is easy to learn
Initially It is easy to learn
It is easy to start learning
->all thosen three expressions are all right? I just want to express that
It is easy to learn for a beginner.
It must be hard to say that they have a low opinion of his own abillities(knowledge) - abillities in this case means that they can speak japanese in fluency
Or Speaking japanese is nothing perticular .
it is not worth being proud of knwoning japanese
->Which of three is better to make sense?
I can affirm that it is nothing to learn japanese compared to learning english or any other languages.
->I mean It is extremely easy to learn japanese compared to the effort they make for learning english or any other languages, so the sentence above sounds all right?
-> Even if it has been long time since he started to learn japanese , he is still a beginner.
In this case, what is a word for a person like that?
constant beginner? or???
It lasts only 3 days after they bought a new japanese workbook making up their mind to master japnaese
It lasted only 3 days after they bought a news japanese workbook making up their mind to master japanese
->which of two are ok?