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But because I have self-studied I have a lot of weird little holes in my learning. Plus, she probably misses talking in Japanese, too, since she is now in America. I know my Japanese is not great but I can have a bad conversation about most things. If you ask me, there really aren’t any good course books after the Elementary levels. I probably would have been suckered, too, except that I read a bunch of blogs from people on the internet who were angry or disappointed that they spent money on classes in Japan and got stuck in w classes learning material that they already knew so it was just a waste of their time and money.

But I think that is the problem with those Japanese schools. It’s definitely not an elementary coursebook. I am not afraid to have a iiou in Japanese. I just knew that many of the limited words they selected for the test. Most people cobble together iiou method by finding a good book for reading, for listening, for vocabulary, etc In addition, the book is really thin. The articles are based on topics which are either current shopping online, kids with cell phones, So I really need the books to have answers chuktu them so I can check myself.


Person C is a low intermediate in their use of grammar because they took Japanese in college in the US but they never practiced speaking so their listening and speaking skills are low beginner.

Thank you much for telling me what you know about Chuukyuu e Ikou. Caustic advice is also welcome. A lot of people use JLPT prep materials – not perfect, but there are heaps of books for the test.

Has anybody seen or used the book Chuukyuu e Ikou? If you’re looking for someone to practice Japanese with, try Lang I figure it works like this: There’s a J-E glossary so the articles aren’t too difficult to understand, and the CD has two recordings of the article – one chujyu normal and one chukuy reduced speed.

If I remember correctly, they lkou suggested answers, but ideally you should have a teacher checking this section. I am looking for good books that I can study from to fix my own weak areas.


Addressing each of their learning needs would be time consuming and difficult and also the teacher would have to identify exactly what their specific weaknesses are and match them with a similar group of people who are all working on the same weakness. So that is where I am at in my Japanese learning. What mainly does it teach?


I guesstimate that I know 5, or more Japanese words. If you need Japanese grammar reference, check out Tae Kim’s website, or Jgram.

And of course it probably is more financially rewarding for them to do things this way because most people can be suckered into taking these kinds of classes. Would it be good for self-studying?

And it isn’t like I only know that many words.

Chuukyuu e ikou

I am in America so I don’t have a lot of in person buying options for Japanese learning materials. Does it have answers in the back? Person B is an advanced beginner in listening and speaking because they are living in Japan but has not studied any kanji.

They use a very generic and inflexible formula for teaching. Well, I think I will do the piecemeal approach like you said.

If I was stuck in a class with people who had only been studying Japanese for 4 weeks, I think I would have to commit some sort of cide and I’m not really the suicidal type, you know what I mean. Methinks their placement tests need some work. The easier approach, just stick them all back in beginner Japanese with a bunch of students who have zero or minimal speaking, listening or reading or grammar skills.

Any advice would be appreciated.