thanks Natsuko. btw. For testing my Japanese, at the moment I decided to to use the JLPT practice tests and kanji quizzes you offer over and over again. Currently my Japanese studying involves: Doing the practice tests Kanji quiz (not writing them down but maybe I should start?) Flashcards posting blogs
Thank you for sharing the way your learn Japanese. This is also a good way to learn and improve. A friend of mine became fluent in following a JLPT course. I remember she wrote a lot of kanjis everyday and she wrote a lot of fake letters to use them. Now, she is the proud owner of a JLPT 1 diploma!
JLPT course as In study course to pass the JLPT?? I'd definately be up for that. However. Theres nothing like that or a school In my city that offers that sort of course. Maybe a textbook could help. Write down kanji hey?? Guess I'll have to bite the bullet and get started writing down kanjis then thanks Melanie. I won't give up learning Japanese
Yes, this is exactly that, I know she did it in Japan a long time ago, but I don't know a lot more about it. Our JLPT lessons are really good to study,, so please use it a lot! Writing kanjis is a plus, but if you don't use it everyday, you may forget them really easily. Why don't you try to have some Japanese penpals? And I recommend something my teachers told me : read Japanese children books!