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I have been learning Japanese for 1 years and going to take JLPT 4 exam. I find listening so difficult. N don't know how to improve this skill. Can you help me? Or send me some link to download file for free. or send to my email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Konnichiwa! こんにちわ! I'm new here too! And I just registered for Level 4 today! I found the list of kanji very useful! I already know all but 7! :D I can't wait!
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I've never taken any of the tests, but if you want the challenge maybe you should study a little more and take the level 3 test then you know what to expect next time if you don't pass, but if you do pass then you kind of have an idea of what might be on level 2, I heard that there is a huge gap between level 2 and 3. I heard 3 is kind of like 4 but 2 is a whole lot harder and has many many many kanji. If you can pass 4 easily then I think 3 might not be a big deal.
Konnichiwa minnasan. I have been studying Japanese for 1 1/2 years and am not sure if I should take the level 4 test because I know I can pass it, or step up my studying for the next few months and take the level 3. Any suggestions? I have never taken either test and don't want to spend a lot of money (hotel, flight, taxi, ect.) to fail a test. But, I would like a little challenge. Has anyone taken either level 4 or 3? animefan0000
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