View topic - Hey everybody! :D
- Posts: 1
- Joined: Wed 03.28.2012 7:06 pm
- Native language: English
I think I'm roughly upper beginner myself... but not the best on advice for studying. I tend to watch Japanese tv dramas and hang out in the chat to maintain at least a basic level of exposure (as well as watching NHK programs about Japan on a pretty regular basis to keep me inspired and learning cultural context etc).
And hello! Welcome to TJP!
- Site Admin
- Posts: 1753
- Joined: Sun 01.29.2006 8:43 pm
- Location: Michigan, USA
- Native language: U.S. English (米語)
- Gender: Male
Not so, with Japanese. At my university although they still call year 1 "beginner" and year 2 "intermediate" Japanese out of convention, the truth of the matter is, (and I saw it with my own eyes), both years use beginner-level text books.
So the question is, are you really through a second textbook's worth of knowledge already?
The reason I ask is, if you were really able to get that far you'd probably already know how to study- at least somewhat well.
Are you lower beginner?
- Posts: 297
- Joined: Sun 03.06.2011 2:52 am
- Native language: Eigo
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot] and 5 guests