I don't know what's gotten into me, but the other day, I placed an order of this JLPT official practice workbook. Like omg I was just checking haha but omg
Now I'm thinking of giving it a try - taking JLPT exam. The next exam test is on December 1st. Do you guys think it's doable/mngable with just 4months prep or it's too early for me to do so? Any advice from y'all especially for those who already passed the N5 through self-study?
This was last month when I started みんなの日本語 and nothing follows. Yepp I failed to follow the sched I set in learning 日本語 as well as in learning Español. I was only able to keep up a little through Duolingo, but only for Japanese. I have 3 lessons to catch up in Japanese and 6 for Spanish. I'd still stick to my goal in finishing it by end of January next year.
As an example :
When someone gives you someting you are not familiar with, and you accept it then _hold it_, (you will definitely ask)...
"What is this?". -kore wa nan desuka?-
[They will actually answer it, "kore wa (...) desu", or even shorten it "(...) desu"]
You must know the difference between : kore, sore, are
Because it is important*
I was invited to give a 1-hour talk/introduction to the Japanese language for our company’s learning week event. So, I’m preparing for it over the weekend since my presentation is this coming Tuesday. I don’t think I’ll be able to study much 😅 .
Friday is here! Yay! ⠀
Yesterday was a really nice day, I did everything I’d planned to and had super fun time catching up with my friend 😍 ⠀
Today we have a visitor session during our class, which means Japanese students are coming to discuss some interesting topics with us. And the second period is oral presentation class and I’ve already done my presentation earlier this week so I’m just relaxing today 😂 ⠀
After classes I will do some homework and then meet up with my boyfriend to try new Starbucks pudding Frappuccino!! 🤤🤤🤤 ⠀
Hope you are having a great Friday as well! 🤗⠀