Japanese Beginner 2

Develop skills for effective communication in Japanese at a basic level. Students will understand a number of practical phrases and expressions. 

who's this course for?

This course is for beginners who completed Beginner 1 (A1).

Contents

  • Accepting & Refusing an invitation (polite form).
  • I-adjective and na-adjectives, adverbs.
  • Expressing likes and dislikes.
  • Superlatives, comparatives.
  • Verbs including ‘arimasu – imasu’.
  • Expressing desires, wishes(-tai form).
  • Ordering food and drink.
  • Reading exercises.
  • Tips for cultural awareness.
  • Kanji (30 kanjis will be introduced.).

Achievement

Students will be able to talk describe their preference using adjectives, accept and reject an invitation, order in a restaurant, ask about presence of a person or thing, talk about their likes and dislikes as well as learning and 30 Basic Kanjis.

Students will receive a certificate of completion and will be advised for further learning opportunities.

Achievement

Course book: Minna no Nihongo (shokyu 1) 

Other material: Minna no Nihongo 1 Translation & Grammatical Notes

Basic Kanji Book 500 Vol.1

Students will receive a certificate of completion and will be advised for further learning opportunities.

cancellation policy

Please, read carefully our cancellation policy:

  • You can cancel any private tuition or course up to 14 days upon purchase.
  • Cancellations for any private tuition or course have to be done 14 days before start date.
For example, if you buy a course on the 1st of July you will be able to cancel it by the 14th of July. However, do not forget that your private tuition or course has to be cancelled 14 days in advance to the start date.

students say...

Fantastic Japanese lessons for our child who finds her teacher to be punctual, friendly, polite, helpful and patient. The lessons are dynamic and sections are repeated until fully understood. Overall very happy!
John f
student parent
Yekta san is an excellent teacher for both adults and children. She has a wonderful knowledge of the history of the Japanese language and includes many very interesting anectodes about it in her lessons. She tailors each lesson and prepares teaching materials so that the lesson is enjoyable. Both myself and child are making good progress due to her excellent teaching skills.
Nadia abdel aal
student &parent

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