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I am a filipino citizen and i only know a few or lets jut say basic words in japan. And we will be residing there. Is it posible for me to learn for just 6 months before i enter a class next year in april?. Lets say i just drop school this year for me to study abroad. And i find it hard and i became curious if it's posible for a filipino girl like me to enter a japanese school?.

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    I don't know about entering or enrolling in school, but I think that if you really buckle down-do things like hire a tutor or a buy really good language program like Rosetta Stone, and make all your free time about learning Japanese, you could pick up enough to be able to get around/communicate when you get there. If you try to practice conversational skills with someone who is a native speaker of Japanese, or at least is fluent in it, that will help immensely. With that base, once you get there, and are immersed in the culture & lifestyle-you'll become more & more fluent and comfortable-you'll really have no choice, lol, but it's the best way to learn real world language skills, for any language. I have no doubt if you begin now & really concentrate & spend time on learning at least the basics, you'll be amazed how well you understand & speak Japanese by April. Best of luck, and congratulations, that's a really great choice to make. over 4 years ago

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    Thank you :) and may god bless you. :) over 4 years ago

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    You are very welcome, I think you're considering a very brave & fantastic adventure. I wish I had done more of the same before settling down, getting married, becoming a Mom. That's all great stuff, but it's not very conducive to traveling & going where the wind takes you, to being young. So, lose your fears & do everything that you can before you have to be a 'grown-up' one day and deal with grown-up, boring, yet serious & important daily and general life issues. Take advantage of this fantastic and carefree time in your life, don't ignore it or squander it away, only to look back & regret that you didn't do more & those opportunities may be lost forever. God bless you & safe travels, PearlMae! over 4 years ago

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