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This is the 3rd step of Japanese Core 2000
This deck is not mine and I do not take any credit for this in any shape or form.
Because someone removed the deck I'm reuploading the one I have.
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Please tell me what your schedule is for today.予定 -- schedule, plan
きょう の よてい を おしえて ください
This company employs many women.女性 -- woman, female採用 -- employment
その かいしゃ は じょせい を おおく さいよう して いる
The students gathered all kinds of information on the Internet.情報 -- information
がくせいたち は いんたーねっと で いろいろな じょうほう を あつめた
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A very helpful Japanese Deck - Thank you very much!
The smaller writing might be difficult for beginners but that is so they get you used to the common font size in Japan. If it's too small to read, copy and paste it into google translate and the characters will be bigger. This is my 3rd deck I have studied and I'm very impressed with their work. I can actually understand a good chunk of Japanese now.
GET RID OF ALL BUSINESS RELATED CARDS
Other than that, Great deck. Just finished it
Too formal. Even more disappointing because i did step one and two and can't proceed further. They could've easily moved these words to last step. I have taken a look at 6th step. It includes kanjis like akachan, omoshiroi, etc. which i guess could've been put in this step.
Good, you can tell a clear difficulty curve from step 4, learning N3 kanjis at the same time you study this deck should make it easier overall.
Better than my paid decks!
This deck is hard; however, if you do 40 cards a day you get through it in 25 days. It's tough, but you must persist. Imagine the dopamine release you will feel upon completing this deck. I recommend upon completion you reward yourself with a treat, for extra dopamine, as it seem a lot of people agree this is the hardest deck in the series.
Good deck, hard as hell compared to the first 2. Also am I crazy or is that lady's tit out on the 目立つ card? Certainly fits the description
This deck is great if you are working in Japan or with Japanese people, but for my needs, it is way too business orientated. I recommend either skipping this one and coming back to it later or learning two decks at the same time so that you don't get too demotivated.
Deck is well put together with good audio.
However, I would thoroughly recommend skipping this deck and coming back to it later. Working through this deck demoralised me to the point of almost quitting countless times and frequently brought my progress to a grinding halt. Business/political terminology you won't use in everyday conversation combined with difficult compound kanji, combined with words that appear to be synonyms, combined with a whole slew of words that sound almost identical but with very different meanings (eg: 交渉, 強調, 競争, 工場, etc).
In short, this deck is HARD. Skip it an come back to it later.
Well made cards
Good standard: challenging and helpful
This deck was harder than Step 01 and Step 02. It would help if you have some familiarity with kanji. But as with the other decks, very useful!
I wouldn't recommend skipping this, it's difficult and quite a lot of the vocab is quite out of what you'll use day to day (politics and business speak), but there's enough important words and phrases interspersed through the deck to make it extremely important not to be tempted to skip.
On top of that, the difficulty makes you reconsider how you've been learning and refine the way in which you study. It helps prime you to learn faster and more efficiently.
There are a few problems though: the text is a different size from previous decks, some words are badly defined and could cause confusion, sometimes you get a sentence but the word you're supposed to learn doesn't show up by itself until much later, and some of the sentences written in English incorrectly translate words (for instance おもいで doesn't mean souvenir and あお doesn't mean green).
Love the sentences and audio, thank you for uploading!
It’s not as difficult as some have said, however it does get into a lot of “uncommon “ vocabulary. It’s a good deck if you want to expand your vocabulary outside of the “normal” range that most Japanese learners used to. You might impress your Japanese friends/coworkers with young range of knowledge!
3rd deck is indeed harder than the previous 2. But still a good deck.
This is great but the vocabulary is too specialized ("Consider this problem by the end of the day", "My parents were born during the Showa era", "The athletic meet begins at 9"... ). I would recommend to skip this deck and practice Japanese Core 2000 Step 04 first, as it features more practical vocabulary.
Step 3 is a BEAST
Do NOT panic if you find this step to be much harder than 1 and 2 were. It is really tough. The ten "steps" aren't presented in any particular order, they don't build on each other, and step 3 is kind of infamous for being much harder than anything else in the Core 2K. 4's a bit on the difficult side, too. Go do Step 10 and see if you don't agree with me--then work your way backwards through 9, 8, 7, and *finish* with 3.
Thanks for uploading this! Im learning a lot with these!!
It's a great deck
The step from 2 to 3, however is very big.
There should be a "Japanese core 2k 2.5"
thanks for uploading thi deck. i am following this deck to learn Japanese. really good!