JLPT3 (2007) chat study group

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by aKuMu » Fri 03.09.2007 3:43 am

I think I'll give it a try.
Recently i didn't really study. I have to do something or I'll go nowhere..

My location is Germany (GMT+ 1)

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by caroline » Fri 03.09.2007 6:14 am

Sorry for not contributing earlier, but Windows has done something fatal to my laptop :(, so I had to find something/where else with japanese font...
With my time zone, I happen not to be too peculiar about the time of the meetings, provided they are held on weekends; but I do think that we must stay together, so that cocosan may help us if she's still willing. SS's idea of preparing exercises is very good, and makes a larger group workable.
Tanuki, you're a real traveller, and I'm really sorry about the landslides concerning Bolivia. The important thing is that you stay with us :)

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by richvh » Fri 03.09.2007 6:21 am

tanuki wrote:
02) Tanuki - GMT -4 (Bolivia, USA)
Bolivia is not in the USA. ;)
Au contraire, not only is Bolivia in the US, but it's in two different states.
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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by carlanox » Fri 03.09.2007 7:14 am

OT how can tanuki ends up in India?

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Sat 03.10.2007 6:41 am

Hi! Am I late to join in for the discussion? I'm from Singapore.

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by tanuki » Sat 03.10.2007 9:58 am

SS-san, I hope you're not upset about the triple post, they were totally unintentional. I swear, my computer wasn't responding well at all that day. :(

My secret to travelling is that I'm a flight attendant. The first tanuki flight attendant in the world. I'm popular because passengers like to pet me. :)

Don't worry, I don't bite...often.

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There are two Bolivias in the USA? :o I feel the sudden urge to modify my "location" field.
僕の下手な日本語を直してください。

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by ss » Sun 03.11.2007 12:40 am

Hey 子狸, don't worry about it, just kidding ne ....

Don't bite often ? I guess your teeth have not fully grown ;) :D

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by hiraikotsu » Mon 03.12.2007 4:58 am

SS wrote:


Don't bite often ? I guess your teeth have not fully grown ;) :D
Which is even worse... wouldn't he be teething right now? :o

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by Txkun » Mon 03.12.2007 4:19 pm

Hi,
These are just some of the grammar points that happear in this test:

* Expressions: easy to (yasui), difficult to (nikui), doing too much (sugiru)
* Expressions: just finished (bakari), not doing other than (bakari iru)
* Expressions: being able to (koto ga dekiru), must do (nakereba narimasen), intention to do (tsumori)
* Expressions: -te form with iku, kuru, miru, oku
* The many ways to say if: -to, -nara, -tara, -ba
* Comparatives
* Causative
* Passive
* To receive and to give
* Keigo
* Listening
* ...

It would be nice to sort of plan the lessons. Like a first part with questions, then what it was planned and then again questions or whatever can come in mind. I think I miss some points here, what about completing this and putting it on the wiki to have everyone know what we are going to discuss during meetings?

What do you think about it?

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by Lego » Fri 03.16.2007 8:21 am

gmt+1 here :)

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by coco » Fri 03.16.2007 8:47 am

Lego wrote:
gmt+1 here :)
04) Lego - GMT +1 (Bologna, Italy)
Your name has been on the list.
Please check the list posted on 07-03 by SS-san. ;)

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by Lego » Sun 03.18.2007 7:14 am

emh... yeah I knew it... I was... just testing you... :|
:D

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by datdo » Sun 03.18.2007 12:51 pm

Txkun wrote:
It would be nice to sort of plan the lessons. Like a first part with questions, then what it was planned and then again questions or whatever can come in mind. I think I miss some points here, what about completing this and putting it on the wiki to have everyone know what we are going to discuss during meetings?

What do you think about it?
I think it would also be beneficial if we could make sort of a lesson plan. Like learn grammar points x, y, and z and the first 20 vocab by a certain date. This might help people like me who have no time management skills...and who suck at studying because they never learned how to...

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by zapple » Sun 03.18.2007 3:18 pm

can i join as well?

I'm in Singapore. so it should be GMT +8 i suppose :)

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by Gundaetiapo » Sun 04.08.2007 7:36 pm

I'm down. GMT-5.

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