2nd Week of January 2017

Today is a public holiday to celebrate the coming of age day. Tomorrow will be the first day of school in 2017 for my kids. My Japanese class will also start tomorrow.

I will proceed to the C class this semester after spending the autumn semester repeating the B class. (Only 3 chapters were repetition though, then I had 6 new chapters). I’d spent this winter break revising the past lessons especially the “te” form where I struggled the most in memorizing. 

My sensei had suggested learning it through songs and I found several on YouTube. However, constructing my own chart, I think I’ve got the hang of it. Finally! Alhamdulillah.

That’s the chart we got in class.

And here’s the chart I drew up myself. 

In my garden, I can still see some roses. Here they are, my January roses. Subhanallah!

These are probably the last ones for this season. 


9 responses to “2nd Week of January 2017”

  1. nice i really like the use of colors to learn these.
    where r u from btw?
    i’m learning japanese too so we can share each other what we learnt. ^_^
    hajimemashite 🙂

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    1. Hajimemashite. Yoroshiku onegaishimasu. 😊

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  2. Thank you. I’m from Malaysia and now live in Tokyo. I’ve been taking lessons for a year, but still have a hard time in memorizing all these.

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    1. oh i see. wow learning for a year is a lot actually. keep working hard u will improve day by day just use more of the words although its been few months i started with learning Japanese, but i can feel that im improving bit by bit.
      u can refer to my learn japanese page i hope that helps u too:)
      i’ll be posting more about how i study at home in a fun way in few days..

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      1. Yes, thanks. I will continue checking your posts. I study part-time, twice a week. There’s no test whatsoever. I just enjoy learning without pressure.

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  3. oh that’s nice!
    i m also having my A levels exam going on right now..
    it was really nice to meet u it’s like i found a new friend who is also studying Japanese with me since here in UAE i hardly see any people.. only uk Arabian type, so here i feel like learning Arabic is also important sometimes.
    good to both of us studying and learning Japanese 🙂

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    1. Yes, let’s study together. I stopped studying Arabic when I moved to Tokyo, but I would like to dedicate at least one hour per week to study Arabic too this year. Thanks for reminding me. Good luck with your A Levels exams. がんばってください

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      1. no probs! 🙂
        so how did u use to study Arabic before?
        I just know how to read the arabic verses with few vocabulary cuz I read our holy book called Quran.
        thank you. My exam today went quiet well.

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  4. Glad to hear your exam went well. The year before we moved to Tokyo, I took Arabic lessons at the mosque, once a week. Those lessons focused on words used in the Quran. Then when I moved, I joined a Whatsapp group. The Ustaz posts new lessons in the group on Saturdays and Sundays. I’m in the group, but I haven’t really been practicing. In this group, we learn vocabulary and sentence structure. There are lessons at the mosque in Tokyo too, but so far, I don’t want to commit my time.


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