^Kana is easy to learn, basically the same as the English alphabet, you could learn it in a week if you tried, easy. Kanji is where it gets difficult
Actually there are many possibilities ranging from diplomatic positions concerning international relations to the most language oriented stuff like translating or just as you said teaching.
andor-sama wrote:Hungarian - nativelyIsn't majoring in a language a really bad idea unles you want to be a language teacher or soemthing?
English, Japanese - fluently (Majoring in Japanese language)
Spanish - just a little
Chinese - only reading a bit (due to my Japanese knowledge)
In the future I want to learn Russian, Chinese and Swedish
I want to learn japanese but yeahRosetta Stone is your friend
Rosetta Stone is terrible. Especially for what it costs, it's not worth it. It's soo much better if you actually just buy a textbook and back it up with cheaper online resources (or even free ones, as they can be very good as well). Rosetta Stone on its own has many problems, and a lot of missed nuances that people should probably pick up on their way to learning to speak a language. Also, Rosetta Stone doesn't even bring you close to fluency. It's more of a kick starter.
Dark_Ai wrote:I want to learn japanese but yeahRosetta Stone is your friend
(although it costs like 1307130861386183618301308618318301 money)