I have watched the drama わたし、定時で帰ります and loved it! Recommended!
The collection of young adult nonfiction Chikuma Shinsho Primer is perfect for Japanese learners who want to read books in Japanese.
New Year = New Challenge! I have created several small personal challenges to help me widen the range of books I read in Japanese.
These are all the books I have read in 2019! I have not completed my reading challenge for the year, but I have read a lot: 27 books!
In this post, I only talk about books: the ones I gave up on, the ones I have just finished, what I am currently reading and what I recently bought!
I have tried the unlimited plan to listen to Japanese audiobooks on audiobook.jp! I am also starting a new playthrough of Fantasy Life in Japanese (on Nintendo 3DS). I know I should be studying for the JLPT instead but oh well…
New entry in my language diary! This is an update on what I have been doing recently, all related to Japanese of course. Harry Potter, anime on Netflix, self-development book… I am spending less time studying for the JLPT and more reading/watching interesting things in Japanese!
Hello everyone! I just wanted to apologize for not posting lately, but I have been sick last week, and I still feel tired now. I still want to make a quick update of my reading progress, and of course, the JLPT. I had to take a break in my JLPT preparation last week, but in any case, I don’t expect to be fully prepared for the test of July (my real goal is December). I wish I had time to learn more vocabulary, but oh well… I have written a review of the textbook So-matome Grammar N1, but I still need to work on it a little. I have finished two novels: I absolutely loved 『わたし、定時で帰ります』by Kaeruko AKENO (朱野帰子), it provides fascinating insights into the Japanese workplace, shows how hard it is to leave work before your colleagues but also introduces several characters who all have their reasons to work after hours. 『ガーディアン』by Gaku YAKUMARU (薬丸岳) is exactly the kind of genre fiction that I love reading. It is suspenseful, easy to read, and it …