Basic survival Japanese for maintaining simple conversation with a vocabulary of 500 words
In this course, a person will learn around 1,000 new vocabulary
Intermediate level spoken Japanese. In this course, a person will learn around 1,000 new vocabulary with which he or she can converse day to day conversation. It will also cover simple technical Japanese vocabularies.
It is mandatory t know both Hiragana and Katakana plus JLPT intermediate Kanjis (A minimum of 400 Kanjis )
(Completion of N5 and N4 Vocabulary, Kanji and grammar knowledge MANDATORY )
22 sessions of TWO hours each.
Special spoken language-related materials will be used but 80% spoken will be used.
Teaching the Japanese language for almost TWO DECADES to aspirants from all walks of life. From FIVE years above, anybody can learn Japanese.
I prepare aspirants for JLPT N5, N4 & N3 levels (Japanese Language Proficiency Test - Conducted by Japan Foundation) and NAT Q5, Q4 & Q3 levels (Nihongo Aptitude Test - Conducted by Senmon Kyouiku Publishing Co., Ltd.).
I teach the basic scripts Hiragana, Katakana & Kanji (And for spoken Japanese I use Romaji) through English.
The syllabus includes Particles, Adjectives, Adverbs, Verbs, Vocabulary, Kanji meaning, Onyomi reading, and Kunyomi reading, etc.
Even for corporate companies, I teach Japanese. The number of my students exceeds more than THREE THOUSAND to date.
Since my vernacular is TAMIL, I teach Japanese through the Tamil language to SOME students who find it difficult to learn Japanese through English because the SYNTAX or the SENTENCE PATTERN Japanese is similar to Indo Asian language family.
I have been teaching Japanese Online for the past TEN years. Offline classes are also conducted which include Weekday batches and Weekend batches.
Many of my students are placed in multi-national companies across the globe due to their dedicated learning and I'm proud to be a part of an instrument in their achievement. Students especially from Nepal, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, and a couple of Tamil students who recently relocated to Japan.
After globalization, the gates of Japan are open to all and since there is a steep decline in the birth rate and there is a huge shortage of young manpower, many opportunities are available if a person can either speak fluent Japanese or if a person holds N3/Q3 certificate.
So, Learn Japanese!!!!!!!
GANBATTE NE!!! ( Try your best!!! )