Tag: japanese

  • What I learnt at Polyglot Conference 2019

    What I learnt at Polyglot Conference 2019

    The annual Polyglot Conference was held at Kyushu Sangyo University in Fukuoka, Japan this year! I stayed in Fukuoka for 6 days and 3 full days were spent at the conference. It was the first Polyglot Conference I was able to attend and what an experience it was! One that I will treasure for my…

  • My JLPT N3 Results

    So, turns out I forgot my password to access my JLPT results, and I had to email the Japanese embassy, to my embarrassment, to ask for my password. After a few excruciating hours of waiting, I was finally able to access my results. I passed! 

  • How I take notes (cram) for JLPT N3

    How I take notes (cram) for JLPT N3

    So it’s only a few days before the big test, everyone! I made a video yesterday about how I take notes and pretty much cram for the test. I’m not focusing on listening as in all my practice tests, listening is the best aspect, but I really do need to work on vocabulary and Kanji.…

  • How I’m studying for JLPT N3

    How I’m studying for JLPT N3

    こんにちは!I’m taking the JLPT N3 this December. I’ve never taken a JLPT test before, and I’m not sure if my level is near N3, but I have enough time until then to formulate and stick to a good study plan. ☆ Reading practice The Japanese novels I have are limited, but I’m going to make…

  • How to study Japanese grammar

    How to study Japanese grammar

    Let’s demystify studying Japanese grammar! Grammar is either your favorite part of a language, or the most frustrating part of a language. Here’s my guide on how to study Japanese grammar. These methods can be applied to any language with a similar sentence structure, though! If you’re looking for tips to study Korean grammar, read this…