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Is the JLPT really worth it? The final countdown to this Sunday’s Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) has begun, but professionals say piling pressure on examinees might do more harm than good at this point. Having said that, recruitment specialists and Japanese language teachers interviewed by The Japan Times stress that passing the N1 or N2 level of the exam is of paramount importance for foreign nationals hoping to land a top job in this country. The JLPT is a biannual testing service organized by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services. It will take place Dec. 1 across the country and in more than 100 cities around the world. The tests are divided into five levels, from N1 through N5, with the N5 being the easiest. “The JLPT is definitely a yardstick for many companies seeking to hire foreign nationals in Japan,” says Yuji Shinohara, president of Daijob.com, one of Japan’s largest multilingual job search engines with 420,000 registered users.

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Japanese Classical Literature at Bedtime Quick Kana Rapid Recognition Trainer for Hiragana and Katakana This is a simple trainer for learners of Japanese to improve their recognition speed of hiragana and katakana. The purpose of this exercise is to increase the recognition speed; thus, it is assumed that you have already learned the pronunciation of each letter. 1. ひらがな1 basic shapes ひらがな2 basic shapes + dakuon (voiced consonants) ひらがな3 basic shapes + dakuon (voiced consonants) + youon (glides) カタカナ1 basic shapes カタカナ2 basic shapes + dakuon (voiced consonants) カタカナ3 basic shapes + dakuon (voiced consonants) + youon (glides) 2. ひらがな1 ひらがな2 ひらがな3 カタカナ1 カタカナ2 カタカナ3 We have tested with native speakers to see how fast they can perform this task.

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