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07/18/08

  09:20:28 am, Categories: Japanese Language
The JLPT system has been unchanged since it started in 1984 and the number of participants still rises (last year being 524000 worldwide). There have been many requests for revision of certain issues. One of the requests is to be able to takes the… more »

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When would this be in effect? Seeing as I just got a level 4 certificate, this means I’ll have to take the N4 test, right?

07/18/08 @ 17:08
Comment from: peter  

Yes, your level 4 would become a N5, so you would then have to take the N4 test (which is equivalent to the old level 3).
But this won’t go into effect until July 2010.

07/18/08 @ 17:25
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I’m glad to see a lot of these changes. I just read the progress report, though, and it seems they will no longer be releasing previous years’ results. I also hope they can start grading tests more quickly…

08/20/08 @ 17:54
Comment from: bk201

I’m glad they are making this change. I’ll be able to benefit after doing Level 3 this year, probably won’t attempt Level 2 next year since it’s just too much.

09/07/08 @ 00:23
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I missed the due date to apply exam form for level three for this year 2009. I would like to know exactly when the next exam will be held? And wonna know which level should I take in the next time? I’m from Mandalay, Myanmar.

08/31/09 @ 00:13
Comment from: nap
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How about JLPT test from embassy of Japn in myanmar ?Can you post schedule of JLPT level4 test in myanmar(Form accepting date,close date and exam date)?

09/10/09 @ 01:24
Comment from: jordan retro 6

Perfect!this is the best blog i have reading,and I learn a lot,thank you …..

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02/29/08

  11:23:53 am, Categories: Main blog, Japanese Language
Yeay, I passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test level 4!! (Level 4 is the lowest level, but still ;p) I got my official certificate in the mail today. I wasn't expecting it so early, because they said it would probably be around the beginning of… more »

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I still haven’t gotten my results :(

02/29/08 @ 20:36

lol…me too…but my score was 251..and i hardly studied for it……maybe a little…

and gd luck for jlpt 3!

03/01/08 @ 07:36
Comment from: John Boom  
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Way to go and good luck for #3!
I am still studying for 4, how many hours
do you think you studied for 4?

03/02/08 @ 15:33
Comment from: ryuu-chan  
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i was completely forgotten that i have sat for JLPT 3 kyuu last december (2 dec 2007), one day my father called me to tell that the result had been posted to my house and fortunately i passed the exam (i was shocked bcz i thought that i didnt give my full effort for the prep classes and the exam itself; as i was always feared of the listening paper)..though i didnt passed with flying colours i still managed to score more than 300 marks. but this year i may be able to take JLPT 2 kyuu exam as i want to struggle for my university thesis. here’s my results:-
- JLPT 4 (2006) = 313/400
- JLPT 3 (2007) = 309/400
for both papers, i was slacked at listening, i didnt have any problem with my kanji (you have to learn hundreds of them but only 20 kanji will be tested in the exam)..well, i’m from malaysia actually..hehe..
for those who will be taking JLPT, plz give your very best shot for the exam! ganbatte kudasai!

04/18/08 @ 20:25
Comment from: barbie

where did you get the result?

02/18/09 @ 02:35
Comment from: Rahima  
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Hi PETER,
Konbanwa.This is Rahima.I want to sit at jlpt level 3 this year.Are you sitting for level 3 this year? Can u suggest me some web addresses which will be helpful for level 3.Specially listening section.Your site is too good.
Keep in touch.

CHEERS…

03/22/09 @ 06:06
Comment from: Dau Ze
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Wow ,
this score is nice
and last year 2008 December
i sit JLPT exam as level 4
and i got just 330, but i feel a little bit shame ‘cause in our 5 friends my marks is the lowest one
and one of my friends got 383/400
another one got 381 and next got 376 and next got 335 and i got just 330
but i am trying hard to sit exam again for level 3 this year 2009

PHEWWWWWWWWW

08/24/09 @ 09:06
Comment from: joan

hi congrats youve pass do you have any tips on how to pass this exam im taking this dec thanks

10/10/09 @ 20:31
Comment from: Lissa
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Can anyone tell me how much do we have to pay to sit for jlpt????

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09/24/07

  11:52:54 am, Categories: Japanese Language , Tags: japanese, particles
Last time we talked about the basic sentence structure in Japanese. Two important things about the Japanese sentence structure is that the subject comes first, and the verb comes last. Now we will talk a bit more about a few particles which have a… more »

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09/17/07

  11:25:57 am, Categories: Japanese Language , Tags: japanese, language, sentence, structure
The basic sentence structure of the Japanese language is of the form: SOV. Meaning, Subject Object Verb. (note that I will use spaces between words for readability, spaces are normally omitted) Example:… more »

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06/24/07

  04:55:42 pm, Categories: Japanese Language
Origin The Japanese language (nihon-go '日本語' in japanese) is an isolated language, meaning that it has no relation to any other language whatsoever. There are only a few possible relations which are unsure. It is spoken almost… more »

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06/17/07

  05:51:45 am, Categories: Main blog, Japanese Language
Bought three new books for helping studying japanese: 1. Kodansha's Furigana Japanese-Engish/English-Japanese Dictionary A good dictionary which has all words written in hiragana, followed by their kanji-representation with furigana added. It's quite… more »

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05/22/07

  05:53:29 am, Categories: Main blog, Japanese Language
I'm learning Japanese and I want to try to go for the JLPT Level 4 test in December. JLPT stands for Japanese Language Proficiency Test. I've already progressed to the point where I can read hiragana and katakana and a few kanji. This combined with… more »

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Hello Peter,

Ik zie dat je ook naar Japan gereisd hebt.
Zelf heb ik in de herfst van vorig jaar het land bezocht. Hiroshima, Kobe, Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo en enkele toeristische dorpen in hun omgeving. (zie de html-link)
Deze herfst keer ik terug. Ik ga het noorden en het zuiden bezoeken van Japan. Plus Tokyo Game Show 07.
Ken jij toevallig nog enkele plaatsen die zeker de moeite waard zijn om te bezoeken?
Hoe verloopt de les Japans eigenlijk? Is de taal moeilijk.. Ik probeer het te leren maar het is niet gemakkelijk. Vooral de zinsbouw en de tonen van de woorden en laten we maar zwijgen over de tekens.
ik hoop met september ook Japanse les te volgen.

Ik zou het op prijs stellen als je me kan helpen voor die andere toffe plaatsen in Japan.
Dank bij voorbaat.

Kristof

06/24/07 @ 08:21

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