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2.) На этом билете кандзи я похоже угадал
В. Хотя корешок оторван, но с большой долей вероятности можно предположить, что название театра тоже написано справа налево, но не сверху вниз, а в строчку. Тенденция, однако.
А. Бился с 券劇觀御 пока меня не осенило зеркально развернуть: 御観劇券. Всё мнгновенно встало на свои места. Что это значит?
Всем заранее спасибо/Thank you in advance/どうもありがとうございました。
do u guys have any good japanese singer/bands i could listen to? i love japan and their culture and the music there is awesome! preferably rock or pop.
China and India are among the two fastest growing economies in the world and if they continue to prosper at current pace, both nations will soon become global economic super powers. Young work force of both countries will be playing the predominant role in this transition and this brings forward the career opportunities which will be available to individuals who possess good command over Chinese language. India shares its border with China and has bilateral trade of over $70 Billion (2017) with China and this makes learning Chinese all the more important for young graduates in the country.
Oriental languages are generally difficult to learn as they are very elaborate in nature with respect to number of alphabets and characters they constitute of. And especially Chinese is considered as the most difficult language to learn as it has the most number of alphabets among all prominent languages in the world. This fact all the more makes learning Chinese as an incredible personal accomplishment and has also created never ending shortage of Chinese proficient professionals worldwide. Young people who persist with difficulties posed by Chinese language and eventually master can pursue following career opportunities for themselves:
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French and English are the two most widely spoken and learn languages around the world, mainly due to colonial conquests of done by British and French rulers before 19th century. As on today, French is one of leading languages around the globe with more than 200 million plus speakers. Overall it is the second most widely sought after language around the world by scholars after English. And it is the only language which is being taught in almost every nation on the planet. These factors combine together to make French a very important foreign language to learn which enhances the career prospects of the disciple of the beautiful language by manifold. There is great demand for people who are fluent in in various sectors like retail, automotive, luxury goods, aeronautics, etc. And there are countries like Canada, Switzerland, Belgium and African nations where French is widely spoken, they also have good demand people who are proficient in the language.( Collapse )
Vocab, Grammar: 27 / 60 (19 to pass)
Reading: 23 / 60 (19 to pass)
Listening: 30 / 60 (19 to pass)
Overall: 80 / 180 (90 to pass)
Reference Grade: B
= I failed by 10 points.
Thoughts: I've already improved so much in the 2 months since I took it that it'd be impossible to fail if I were to take it again in December (also next time I'll bring some kind of medicine so I don't give up halfway through due to eye pain again), but considering what a stressful, huge pain it is I'll only take it again if I can't find a part-time job during my exchange year in Sendai without it. I'm assuming that if I can get a part-time job first, on top of having "Japanese-class grades" I can show to potential full-time employers, the bosses at the part-time workplace can be my references that can "prove" I know Japanese to the full-time even without me having taken the JLPT / having my finished Japanese degree. I don't know what you guys think / know about that.
Unrelated but I also just beat my first game in Japanese (.hack//infection, a PS2 game) where I actually understood what was going on the whole time: I understood nearly 100% of the dialogue, 95% of the in-game forum posts and Emails, 80-90% of the item names/descriptions. So if you're at around N2 level I recommend it (I don't think it's any good for learning from context because there's not enough context clues, but it's good for reviewing — most of it's voice-acted too).
Thank you in advance/どうもありがとうございました。