Isn’t dropping Japanese the logical choice?
Mm, on one hand, yes. It is. Korean is more important to my future. I’ve already spent 3 years studying it — I’d hate to backslide by stopping for a year.
On the other hand, I’m at a stage in my Korean where I could honestly teach myself, assuming I had the diligence to do so. I could never teach myself Japanese. No way. So if I ever plan on learning a third language, this is really my last and only shot to do it, because after I graduate, I won’t have access to awesome language classes like I do right now. Not to mention I’ll be working full-time, so if I decide to find and pay for classes (expensive), I won’t have time to go save for once or twice a week.
And then on a hypothetical third hand, I wonder if I should just suck it up and not drop anything and be really stressed but have sick language skills to show for it at the end of one super hectic year.
My brain is a very confusing place to be right now.
Feeling overwhelmed already and I kind of want to drop a class, but I don’t know what to drop (it’s going to have to be Japanese or Korean, since my other classes are required for my major) plus that would make next semester extra hard trying to squeeze in enough credits to graduate and I don’t really know what to do :,<
I wish I had an all-knowing genie who could make my tough life decisions for me sigh
Bonding dinner with the roommate tonight.
Pretty sure this is going to be what establishes whether or not we’re capable of being friendly with one another this year, or if it’s gonna be two long, looong semesters. Hrm.