JLPT or Japanese Language Proficiency Test has five levels: N1, N2, N3, N4, and N5. The most basic or easiest level is the N5 while the most difficult is the N1 level.
N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class.
- Read and understand the sentences or paragraphs written in hiragana, katakana,or kanji.
- Master the writing and counting systems of the Japanese language.
- Memorize and familiarize at least 100-200 kanjis.
- Listen and understand clearly the message or meaning behind the daily conversations done by the Japanese people.
- Formulate or apply the sentence patterns that are used in daily conversations.
- Converse confidently in Japanese.
-De La Salle University (AB-ISJ)
-Waseda University (Exchange StudentProgram for Japanese Language)
Japanese Proficiency Exam Level 2 Passer
TESDA TM1 Certified
More than 20yrs as Japanese Interpreter/Translator
Process Migration and New ProductionLine Set-up
The details on how to pay shall be discussed once you've confirmed your participation on the program.
Let us know if you're interested!
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