JLPT practice test at WAHAHA Japanese School

Are you thinking to take JLPT?

We are doing practice test on Nov.17th (Sat) at WAHAHA Japanese School.

Please join us if you would like to try!

Date : November 17th (Sat)

Time: 10:00 ~ 18:00 ( final start at 15:00)

Level: N1, N2, N3, N4, N5

You will be provided with feedback regarding your score (60min.).

Price: ¥2,000

Please book your seat by Nov.16th(Fri)

To book with us directly please send us your details below.

– Your Name

– Contact info

– Level

– Prefferred time for your practice test

Contact : Tel: 092-737-2288 / Email: info@wahahajapaneselanguage.com

Level Test sections:Test time
N1 Language Knowledge:(Vocabulary/Grammar)・Reading:110min.:Listening:60min. Total:170min.
N2 Language Knowledge:(Vocabulary/Grammar)・Reading :105min.:Listening:50min. Total:155min.
N3 Language Knowledge:(Vocabulary):30min.(Grammar・Reading):70min.:Listening:40min. Total:145min.
N4 Language Knowledge:(Vocabulary):30min.(Grammar・Reading):60min.:Listening:35min. Total:125min.
N5 Language Knowledge:(Vocabulary):25min.(Grammar・Reading):50min.:Listening:30min. Total:105min.
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JLPT Preparation Course!

Are you going to take JLPT test in Dec.2012??

Are you looking for experienced teachers for JLPT preparation??

Try our JLPT preparation course!

 

JLPT Preparation Private Course

This course is designed for whom intending to take JLPT in December 2012. It assists candidates in the skills and strategies necessary for enhancing the ability of Listening, Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary.

Course Fees : JPY2,5000 (60min. × 10 lessons) , Text book fee is not included.

Class Date & Times :1 lesson / 60min.

Date and Times : All flexible depend on the student’s convenient schedule.

* We will do our best to fit your requests.

Course Contents :

–    Private Lesson
–    Access to independent learning facilities.
–    Focus on individual weak point.
–    Building up sufficient connects Listening, Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary.
–    2 free prep tests

Course Outcome :
–    Reflected on approaches to test-taking
–    Practiced the test under exam circumstances.
–    Identified the key skills needed to accomplish the exam.
–    Reviewed general skills and the strategies of test-taking

 

Contact :

Email: info@wahahajapaneselanguage.com

Tel: 092-737-2288

 

JLPT preparation course.

Are you thinking to take JLPT test in July?

Please join our JLPT Preparation Private Course.

This course is designed for whom intending to take JLPT in July 2012. It assists candidates in the skills and strategies necessary for enhancing the ability of Listening, Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary.

Course Fees : JPY2,5000 (60min. × 10 lessons) , Text book fee is not included.

Class Date & Times :1 lesson / 60min.

Date and Times : All flexible depend on the student’s convenient schedule.

* We will do our best to fit your requests.

Is it difficult to come here and take lessons?  No worry!!

We offer the lesson via skype as well yo!

2011 JLPT passing rate at our school

N3  100%   ,    N2  72%

Click here for more details.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

info@wahahajapaneselanguage.com

Kanji 漢字

“How did you learn Kanji?”

“When I was kid you mean?”

“Yeah.”

I had this conversation so many times.

How did I learn Kanji?

Also, I ask “How did you learn Kanji?” to people from Chinese speaking country.

the answer is “drills and repetition”.

Yeah, that’s what we did here as well in Japan.

I was thinking how we learned Kanji in Elementary school.
At first grade, we did not know what kanji is or kanji’s meaning….

so I learned kanji from picture/drawing like the link blow. of course, my teacher or mom’s drawing were not that nice. but she always draw picture and show us how we have a kanji now. so I could learn the meaning as well…

http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/language/quickkanji/index.html

This is how I learned Kanji.

How about you? How did you learn Kanji??

Please tell me your tips for learning Kanji!!

by Kim :)

PS. these are links about learning kanji.

Check and learn Kanji for JLPT
http://www.kanji-a-day.com/
http://www.kanjisite.com/
http://www.jlpt-kanji.com/
http://www.coscom.co.jp/japanesekanji/index.html

Flash cards
http://www.japanese-kanji.com/

How to learn Kanji tips
http://www.squidoo.com/how-to-learn-kanji