The Japan Foundation, Manila offers “Interactive Lecture & Exercises” from N5 to N2 levels. Prepare yourself for the upcoming JLPT (Sunday – December 4, 2016)!
The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), which was modified in 2010, measures communicative competence required to perform various tasks. The JLPT tests not only a learner’s knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, but also his/her Japanese comprehension at using the knowledge in practical communication.
The JLPT Interactive Lecture and Exercises will explain how the new test differs from the previous JLPT. It is open to those who plan to take level N5, N4, N3, or N2.
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is conducted both in Japan and outside Japan to evaluate and certify the language proficiency of primarily non-native speakers of Japanese. The test is administered by the Japan Foundation, outside of Japan and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services, within Japan.
For more details on the schedule of the lectures, visit Japan Foundation-Manila’s official website.