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Struggling with my Minna no Nihongo Chuukyuu II

So finally chuukyuj are my questions: I used to read a lot because I like book and stuff, so the reading part seems a little bit too easy. I’m not a really big fan of flashcards as I memorise things far better in context.

For the reading part I can read without much trouble simple books Like the Ojamajo Doremi LN or a book where someone tells his everyday life in travel for exampleI think I know how to recognize aboutkanjis. If you have some good podcasts, drama, methods, or any advice for my listening problem that is not “anime japanese” that is less boring that the Minna stuff, I will be very glad to look at it. For my level, I’m nearly sure I already have more that I’m niongo between a N3-N2 level with a little advance in kanji.

As for switching books, I think it’s fine. Hope I was clear.

Struggling with my Minna no Nihongo Chuukyuu II

I’m sure I chkukyuu really work on that listening part. I used to study with the Minna no Nihongo Chuukyuu I last year, so I took the second one to finish the serie. Is it “safe” to switch of book in the middle of it? I think as a self-learner using more than one textbook is actually really helpful for getting a different perspective.

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If you’re not happy with your book and can afford another, then I’d take a look at the Genki series. I never used them, but I heard the lessons are useful too.

As I am still a student but I study Japanese alone in FranceI’m not really familiar with the bussiness thing, and it is really confusing for me to listen japanese in a job context.

I can understand easily most of easy everyday japanese like Love Live without subs or some not-very complicated japanese as in some japanese TV-games I saw on Youtube. But I really don’t like these audio tracks, and when I’m struggling at the 3rd listening to understand the main point I’m really really frustrated.


I was wondering if switching of method of learning could be a solution. I don’t think it is really healthy. Class learners should get at least two perspectives, the book and the teacher Subscribe to this thread View a Printable Version. But the listening part is really difficult for me.

Login Register Login Username: But maybe they are a little bit too text axed?

But so far I’m not really happy with it You can also follow along with the JOI Teacher’s blogs, http: