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Judit. ジュディ💗 Dec 2
I was thinking about taking the N3 exam next year but I don't know which books are better. Please tell me🙏
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Johnsensei Dec 6
Data from the July 2018 Japanese Language Proficiency Test () has been released. After plugging the data into Excel, it looks like about 38% of those who took the test passed with a certification. For those who took the...
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Japanese Infinity 8h
ある aru - to be,to have (used for inanimate objects) N5
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Justin Kanda Dec 2
Even the listening portion of the N1 didn’t go so badly, but I’m pretty sure I got all the kanji readings wrong now that I think about it. If I fail, it’s that, hahahaha
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Sloth Dec 9
I might have the easiest access to than anyone else. I live at walking distance from the exam venue, the exam costs only INR 1100 (~15 USD) here including the application and it's conducted twice a year.
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Japanese Learning 1h
Choose the correct meaning & find yomikata. Can you? (^_^)
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クれさ Dec 2
good luck to everyone taking the Japanese Language Efficiency Test today!!!
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L♡VE TR⏢PEZIUM Dec 2
Looks like I went to the wrong place, I came here for the JLPT... Better head back home
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WARREN-METAL Dec 4
Just took the JLPT N2. My brain: Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Don’t say it. Me: But I studied really hard 😭
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☆シラ Dec 3
I used many resources to study for the but this app and this book were what I used the most nearest test day. The app was the simplest practice test app I could find. The book has a little of everything, but I really needed the no-nonsense grammar explanations.
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Japanese Infinity Dec 11
宅 [ on: タ] home, house, residence, our house, my husband N3
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Luciana Lopez Dec 4
Now that the is over I’m reading a book in English and it is AMAZING.
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Mas Widiani Ni Nym Dec 11
Step by step... I'll do my best 💪 God, guide me please 🙏
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KevinAbroad Dec 2
Let's hope that next time I can do the 5!! :D
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Judit. ジュディ💗 Dec 6
Replying to @TiduAura
In the end, I decided to buy So-matome series (Vocabulary, Kanji and Grammar) and Udemy Online N3 Course (I took Online N4 Course and it was useful for me). In my academy they have So-matome Reading and Listening so I don't have to buy it! Thank you for you comments!!
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PL Dec 2
Done with my first attempt of the ! Not sure how I did but at least it’s over... time to relax...!
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beckii8068 Dec 2
Japanese Conversation Party at 19:00 on Dec 5 in Elephant's Nest (Fushimi, Nagoya), Fee: 1000 yen including one drink and snacks.
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Chris Chan クリス Dec 10
I use this free app called for part of my exam prep. It’s simple and effective. It has English explanation of each grammar point. I also use the chat feature and someone will help correct my mistakes. Will continue using it!
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Japanese Infinity Dec 11
員 [ on: イ] employee, member, number, the one in charge N4
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ポール Dec 2
Home now! The has taken it out of me, I'm exhausted! Also, the listening section was HARD! The people were talking at native speed and using a LOT of informal language. I think I've done enough to pass, but I don't feel as confident as I did this morning lol
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