Last December, I took a Japanese language test called the JLPT. I studied a little bit every day to prepare for the test. I spent a lot of time at cafes and McDonalds, and I spoke as much as possible to my Japanese friends. I took a lesson with a Japanese teacher every week. I practiced grammar, vocabulary, and kanji.
Last week I finally got the results. I passed!
Now I have three goals:
1. Review my Japanese book thoroughly, then begin a new book.
2. Take the next level of the JLPT this summer.
3. Speak in Japanese as much as possible with my friends and teachers, and become more fluent. Speaking is my weak point, so I have to do it more often.
Wish me luck!
More good news...today, my Japanese teacher brought me flowers because I passed my test! I was really surprised. I never got flowers before!