Japanese is difficult, isn’t it? (Topic：Japanese)
Natto smells bad, but it is delicious and good for your body. (Topic：Natto)
When is the JLPT test held? (Topic：JLPT)
How should I remember Kanji? (Topic：Kanji)
Does Tanaka-san have a girlfriend? (Topic：Tanaka-san)
Ms. Assistant? Did you already make handouts for the lesson?
I’m making them right now(#^.^#)
Tomorrow’s lesson is about “counters”, right?
Yes. We’ll learn many kinds of counters♪
Counters are really difficult…
【 TOP 3 of My Recommended Textbooks for N3 】
TRY is the best textbook for people who want to learn a lot of grammar.
It is translated to English / Chinese / Vietnamese, so you can get a better understanding.
You can practice the Listening section in the Review Questions with the CD that comes with the textbook.
I like this book the best because the book covers not only vocabulary but also reading.
I recommend this book when you want to focus on the N3(JLPT test).
Similar grammar is used throughout the chapter in this book, so you can learn grammar effectively.
They have practice questions for N3. So, you can get used to the JLPT test style.
This textbook series are separated into 4 books Grammar / Vocabulary / Kanji / Reading and Listening.
So, you can focus on your weak points.
The “TRY textbook” also highly recommends this book for the N3(JLPT test).
I recommend this book when you really want to pass the N3(JLPT test).
This textbook has mock tests with translated explanations (English / Chinese / Korean).
When you don’t have enough time for the JLPT test, this series will help you study effectively in a short amount of time.