TESTS!!!

ご無沙汰しました ...

All too soon, my 3 month sojourn is ending soon, but not before being bombarded by a barrage of tests, in addition to the daily short tests before every lesson.

timetable-r1

Next week’s gonna be hell ….

and I am flying off on Friday, returning only on Sunday 9 Dec 2012, where got time to study …

But then again why bother to study, when daily short tests results are like this:

AIYA!!! Just short of 1 more before I get fullmarks ... for all wrong answers :P

AIYA!!! Just short of 1 more before I get fullmarks … for all wrong answers 😛

Luckily, this is the most difficult it could get, for the rest of the short tests some teachers “give chance” …. by reviewing all the answers with us BEFORE giving out the paper, bwahahaha

So 1 entire month no post means doing nothing, izit, izit?

No la, no la, got go jalan jalan, maybe jalan too much that’s why no time to prepare presentation (and write blog :P), some more have to write 400 word essay on my time spent here to submit to school for publishing on web site, wah lau ehhhhh

Not withstanding the fact that I may be presented with ¥2000 voucher, …. still don’t feel like writing leh ….

Would rather send out truck loads of resume in Japanese (履歴書) with no chance of ever getting a job, hehehe. Since the course has been teaching us how to write it, might as well do it up properly, send them out formally to some companies I fished out from the internet and weekly job recruitment magazines.

( But in the process had to BUY a printer/scanner (which I won’t be able to use back home ‘cos of voltage difference), heaps of paper, envelopes, string (to tie the envelop cos couldn’t find those with string fasteners, cannot staple, tape or stick down), postage stamps and of course, ink cartridges … )

Front of envelop (A4 size)

Front of envelop (A4 size)

Back of envelop

Back of envelop

Actual resume in Japanese 履歴書

Actual resume in Japanese 履歴書

Couldn’t do or translate the Work Experience Log or 職経歴書 at all, so just dumped my usual English version as attachment together with some dwgs 😛

So far sent out to 3 companies, 1 have replied in the negative, interesting answer for use as casestudy on keigo 敬語 🙂

Nonetheless, good experience to have *grin*

Decided to be "funny" and tie up the envelop with a Chinese knot ** troublemaker**

Decided to be “funny” and tie up the envelop with a Chinese knot
** troublemaker**

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