jivic852 0 Posted April 15, 2008 Report Share Posted April 15, 2008 I know this was already said but I feel that it maybe worth saying again, there are many different dialects in japan so it may make times a little akward if speaking to someone with a different dialect. But besides that there is never the same level of learning everywhere. And what I mean by tha is my schools japanese 3 is like a japanese 4 near the end of the year at a school close to us. Have you ever taken or heard of the japanese learning proficiency test? (forgive my spelling I hope less there.) It actually is worth taking you can see what you may need improvement on while taking it and you can see how well you do. As for studying this year my teacher plans on having us know atleast 45 kanji I think on top of the many that we already know. So I like to use flash cards with the new ones and write up or look over the old ones before throwing them all into a large pile. Or if I'm really bored make a matching game, which takes forever to make when you start to learn a lot so don't loose the cards. Link to post Share on other sites
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