Ahh, forgot to write in my Japanese classes diary again, so I’ll have to write out the events of last week and yesterday for you guys…my apologies for not keeping up!
So, last week we got to cover some more of Katakana, and the vowel lengthening that applies to it.
In yesterday’s class, we received a special textbook called 「若い安い日本語」Wakaiyasui Nihon-go. We also got to cover up foreign words and/or names that were incorporated within the Japanese language, as well writing our full names using Katakana. (Although I already knew how to do that) And the book that our teacher gave us can serve for self-teaching too, besides using it in class from now on, since, from I’ve seen of its contents, it appears to be heavily detailed and well-explained and practical for my learning.
At the end of class, our teacher presented us with a little challenge: To complete all of the Katakana that we’ve learned so far. I must say I’ve done pretty well on that test, it wasn’t super hard, just had to remember everything I knew about the Katakana syllabilary.