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chonnyfonny696924
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weekly test?

Postby chonnyfonny696924 » June 2nd, 2013 5:45 pm

as a premium member. Apparrently I'm entitled to a monthly assessment of how far is my japanese.
Also are there like weekly test to practice practice japanese you guys offer? (speaking, review etc.?)

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Re: weekly test?

Postby mmmason8967 » June 2nd, 2013 6:19 pm

I thought that the assessment was a feature of the Premium Plus membership, not the Premium one...

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Re: weekly test?

Postby chonnyfonny696924 » June 2nd, 2013 6:31 pm

Sorry. you're right. And I'm pretty sure I am a premium plus member. If I'm not. Somethings wrong...

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Re: weekly test?

Postby community.japanese » June 3rd, 2013 6:54 pm

chonnyfonny696924-san, マイケルさん、
kon'nichiwa! Thank you for your help, マイケルさん :D

I'll share your post with my team, but will you contact the JPod team by email (),
please? Thank you!

Natsuko(奈津子),
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Re: weekly test?

Postby chonnyfonny696924 » June 4th, 2013 2:41 pm

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

Thanks again
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Re: weekly test?

Postby team.relationships » June 6th, 2013 1:36 pm

chonnyfonny696924-san,

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!

Keep going on!

Mélanie
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Re: weekly test?

Postby chonnyfonny696924 » June 6th, 2013 7:23 pm

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 :shock:
thanks Melanie. I won't give up learning Japanese :P

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Re: weekly test?

Postby team.relationships » June 7th, 2013 2:15 pm

Hi chonnyfonny696924!

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! :D
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!

諦めない。 (Never give up !)

Cheers,

Mélanie
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