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October 23, 2007


thomas (babelhut.com)

Khatzumoto has a really great blog. He's a great inspirational writer. The only complaint is that he doesn't update it as often as I would like. It's worth mentioning that he has his own spaced repetition software, khatzumemo, up on the blog too.


He says:
"Listen to 10,000 hours of Japanese over the next 18 months."

18 months times 30 days times 24 hours equals 12,960 hours.


Which leaves time for roughly five and a half hours sleep per night.


That's a heck of a lot of Japanese listenin'.


actually, on the site somewhere, he says that it's okay to listen to japanese while sleeping... so thats more than 5 1/2 hours of sleeping
10,000 hours is quite reasonable

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