Having problems trying to improve your Japanese? Hate using the automated online translators? Experiencing difficulty trying to read those blog posts on Japanese blogs?
I had the same problem as most of you guys, despite having exposure to Japanese manga and lessons, my Japanese improvement progress was still often at a standstill, which pisses me off ^^;
But first, let me get started on why I chose Japanese.
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What happens if your father’s an Otaku? And you’re the only daughter?
While visiting Kinokuniya last sunday, I was browsing through the manga section for any interesting manga that isn’t too long a series when I chanced upon this book – Otaku No Musume-san.
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^ B-Baka! Minaide yo~!
Think I did mention about this somewhere last week. Participated in a Japanese speech contest (Inter-class) just yesterday as part of the Japanese class curriculum.
It’s actually my second time participating in one of these speeches, with my first during January last year.
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Have started on the basics of colouring with the help of Tragic Comedy of Collateral Damage. Will post more CGs when I’m done with them. Pop quiz for everyone – Guess the manga and artist the lineart it came from. No, I didn’t draw them ^^;
Read the rest of the post for thoughts of my JLPT exam.
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Just received my JLPT notification letter in the mail box today.
Applied for JLPT 4 (That’s the lowest level, with one being the highest) and got unfortunately assigned to the test center over at The Japanese school in Changi. That’s like the other side of the mainland from where I stay. And the place is a pain in the bottom to get to as there’s only one bus service from the nearest train station to there.
Starting to wonder if I should have applied for JLPT 3 instead… or just skip 3 and go for 2 next year ^^;
So who’s going on the 2nd of December as well?
Continue reading “Welcome to JLPT”
Just yesterday and the day before, I was asked to tag along to help out with showing an exchange student from Japan around.
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