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Othique
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Transitioning Levels

Postby Othique » October 12th, 2015 2:55 am

How do you know when you should switch from beginner's lessons to intermediate lessons? Or from intermediate to advanced?

I figured Just listen all the way through ALL the beginner's course and then go to the next, but honestly, that's a lot.
I'm one of the original listeners from when they only had three levels, and now I see they've added tons more since then, so I'm completely lost.

I'm currently going back through the original content to get a brush up. Is it necessary to go through all the other beginner stuff??

I hope my meaning is clear.
Please help, and thank you in advance!

-Othique

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Re: Transitioning Levels

Postby community.japanese » October 12th, 2015 2:38 pm

Othique san,
Konnichiwa. :)
If you study Japanese at school and you want to go to the next level, you have to take a test and pass it, right?
Or if you enroll a Japanese course, you should take a placement test.
No one knows how much you master the Japanese language now so if you go to the next level, I think you should test yourself.
When you pass the test, you can go to the next level.
The test doesn’ t have to be formal, you can just translate English into Japanese or vice versa or can make sentences in Japanese without any hints or recite dialogues and so on. :flower:
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