David Honeycutt is Japanophile, author, graduate researcher, language teacher, and husband to the world's most supportive wife. His research focuses on spaced-repetition methods related to kanji learning by learners of Japanese. Hobbies include teaching Japanese (amongst other languages), hoarding learning resources, and acquiring knowledge however he can. And while Japanese takes up the majority of his interest in languages, he also has interest and experience in American Sign Language, Esperanto, French, some Mandarin, and a little Korean.
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|Review: Japanese Stories for Language Learners — Bilingual Stories in English and Japanese