As of now, I’m golden. No more lessons, but plenty of turtles yet to burn. Of course, when you reach the top of a mountain, the only thing to do is to find another one to climb. There’s always something else to learn, another nuance to suss out, another esoteric vocabulary word to discover. I think it’s important to see both how far you’ve come from where you’ve started and how far you still have to go. So thanks for all the turtles, Crabigator, but I ain’t done yet.
Congratulations on no more lessons and good luck on finding another mountain to climb.
the grammar mountain maybe ?
You mean Olympus Mons over there? Eh, might as well
You need only about 4000 more kanji for the Kanji Kentei. Might as well start studying for that now.
Congrats OP, enjoy the view!
Personally, even though I’m close to 60 myself, I feel nowhere close to finished but it feels like a major accomplishment when you can look back and see how far you’ve come.
Yeah, I don’t feel like I’m finished, but looking at all the kanji I’ve learned does make me feel like I’ve accomplished something.
Mhm, learning 2000+ kanji is really nothing to sneeze at!
Trip!!! You did it!
how cash money of you
You mean Olympus Mons San? =P
(I’m very very NOT at the top of the mountain, lol)
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