JLPT3 (2007) chat study group

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by Lego » Wed 05.30.2007 11:03 am

sigh I couldn't study japanese for a month or two, and now I feel like I've forgotten everything! :(
maybe I should just switch to jlpt4

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by coco » Wed 05.30.2007 7:35 pm

Lego wrote:
sigh I couldn't study japanese for a month or two, and now I feel like I've forgotten everything! :(
maybe I should just switch to jlpt4
Please don't be so pessimistic. ;)
I am sorry that I dropped your name on our map since your "last visit" date was March 20.
If you still like to join us, let's learn together.

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by tanuki » Wed 05.30.2007 11:04 pm

Non ti arrenda, ragazzo! Impariamo tutti insieme! ;)
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 » Thu 05.31.2007 12:24 am

Legoさんへ

I forget things every now and then. (>.<)''
Don't worry about it, stay positive and start brushing up now. 加油! :p

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by Lego » Thu 05.31.2007 5:56 am

tanuki wrote:
Non ti arrenda, ragazzo! Impariamo tutti insieme! ;)
lol


ok add my name to the list... yesterday I took a lession with my teacher and I remembered more than I was thinking. Obviously I had a lot of problems remembering some things :D

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by caroline » Thu 05.31.2007 2:44 pm

Ma, penso anch'io di avere dimenticato tutto, quindi, non sarai solo... ;)

forza!

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by coco » Thu 05.31.2007 4:59 pm

I think starting chat study from this weekend is a little bit haste/rush.

How about the following idea?

1) we have 2 different meeting time. GMT mid noon and mid night
e.g.
[utc]Sunday 2007/06/17 0:00[/utc]
[utc]Sunday 2007/06/17 12:00[/utc]
Member could join either one s/he likes.

2) The day of JLPT is Dec.2nd. so we hold a pace around [once or twice] a month until September.
( last year, we started it from middle of September)

3) After September, we review/re-think(?) the time and frequency. The time should be set by regular participants' opinions.

Let me know your opinion.
Thanks.
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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by ss » Fri 06.01.2007 1:07 am

Coco-san wrote:
If both of you could afford to try, please answer to aKuMu-san's question, too.
We have to think about that question seriously.
aKuMuの問題:
このメンバーすべてが参加してチャットをするのに最適な時間帯はGMTで何時?
正しい答えはどれですか?
最適な時間帯はGMTで何時は1つのとても手を焼く問題です。
すべての人は各自の忙しくする事があります。私は了解します。
とにかく、お互いに妥協するのが唯一最も良い方法です。
もしGMT12:00は最も良い時間ではありませんならば、その他に1つの時間試みることができて、みんなはどのようですかと感じますか?

Which is the correct answer?
Which is the most suitable GMT time is a tedious “headache” problem.
There are times when everyone is busy with their own stuffs. I can fully understand.
In general, to compromise mutually is the only the best solution.
If GMT12:00 was not the best time for everyone, we could always try out some other time zone, what do you think?

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Just trying to translate my opinion there.
Coco-san has suggested 2 different time zones. Probably we could "test" it out.
I can make it that day.

Anyway, Sunday 2007/06/17 is 父の日 (Father's Day), I'm not sure if some people would be affected ... muahaha....

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by caroline » Fri 06.01.2007 2:19 pm

I guess I can make it; Father's day makes it even better :D

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Sat 06.02.2007 10:49 pm

hmm.. I'm open to ideas. Hence, I will just followed what the majority agrees with.

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by ss » Sat 06.02.2007 11:20 pm

Caro wrote:
I guess I can make it; Father's day makes it even better :D
Yessss! 100% agree with Caro ^_^

Terence wrote:
hmm.. I'm open to ideas. Hence, I will just followed what the majority agrees with.
just followed what the majority agrees with = cannot make up your mind

simplest answer is CAN or CANNOT

:D

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Sun 06.03.2007 10:59 am

SS wrote:

just followed what the majority agrees with = cannot make up your mind

simplest answer is CAN or CANNOT

:D
..... Well, somehow that's the case. haha... Anyway, I think splitting the meetup in to two should be ok. However, will that cause an overlap or something? That's to say someone from the other session happen to have the similar question which he/she wanna ask.
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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by ss » Sun 06.03.2007 11:29 am

However, will that cause an overlap or something? That's to say someone from the other session happen to have the similar question which he/she wanna ask.
Nah, very unlikely. Coco-san has given each of us a question, that could possibly lead to many discussions. I don't really mind if part of those were repeated, good revision anyway. :)

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Mon 06.04.2007 10:15 am

SS wrote:
However, will that cause an overlap or something? That's to say someone from the other session happen to have the similar question which he/she wanna ask.
Nah, very unlikely. Coco-san has given each of us a question, that could possibly lead to many discussions. I don't really mind if part of those were repeated, good revision anyway. :)


hmm... icic... As this is the first time that I join into this discussion group, I shall follow the crowd in order for me to know what is going on.

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RE: JLPT3 chat study group

Post by ss » Mon 06.04.2007 11:16 pm

Good start. Looking forward to seeing you in the chat room :p

Every day, we experience a rush of thoughts as we think about the things we have done and how we fit into the situation around us. Sometimes we record these thoughts in a diary because we do not know who else we can turn to. However, there is always someone for us to talk to. It is always better to share how we feel so that we can learn from others' experiences.

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