|Posted by Seth Coonrod on July 25, 2012 at 1:15 AM|
Even if you are already fluent, you should always try to find something to learn each day. Learn more rare Kanji. This'll lead you to words you've never seen before. Read nonstop. Try to do something that makes your Japanese even better. As the foreigner you may feel like you have to in some ways be better at Japanese than the actual native speaker. In some ways this is true. Do you know all of these words? If you know at least one, that's a good thing. This entry is supposed to make you realize that there is much more out there than you've ever thought. No definitions or readings will be given. You will have to find the resources yourself. This is in hopes that you will read more Japanese that may be above your level.
And yes, this is Japanese! ワロタ I really hope that this helps those aiming for the Kanken Level 1.
Good luck, and I hope this gives you a day's worth of study material.