Japanese Language Class
日本語能力試験N5-N3 対応教材 (JLPT N5 to JLPT N3 Level Elementary Japanese Study Course)
The “Aayug International Education Service” gives you Japanese study materials related to the JLPT N5 level to JLPT N3 level. You can study vocabulary, expressions, and grammar that correspond to the JLPT level. Furthermore, to advance communication proficiency in Japanese, you can watch video clips that show the actual level of Japanese being used in daily conversations. All of the narration contains English subtitles so that those learning Japanese for the first time can freely study the materials. In addition, for those countries unfamiliar with kanji, all of the Japanese is written in roman letters from Lesson 1 to Lesson 3, and all of the lesson examples are shown in English so that all learners can study effectively.
What You'll Learn
Master the basics of writing and pronunciation of Japanese vocabulary.
Master vocabulary, expressions, and grammar related to the JLPT N5 level to JLPT N3 level.
Being able to use basic greetings often used in daily life.
Being able to comprehend hiragana and katakana, as well as read common phrases and sentences written in N5 level to N3 level Kanji.
Being able to have short simple conversations in daily life, and understand.
This course is useful for advancing your proficiency in Japanese language study, acquiring the proper qualifications of JLPT N5 to JLPT N3 as well as business Japanese.
This course is made for: Beginners wanting to study general Japanese, learners who want to study entry-level business Japanese, and those taking the JLPT N5 to JLPT N3.
Who This Course For
i. Learners who understand English and whose native language is not Japanese.
ii. Learners of elementary Japanese who have, to an extent, mastered hiragana and katakana.
iii. Learners who want to take the JLPT N5 to JLPT N3 (JLPT N2 will also be available in a request.).
iv. Learners who want to study business Japanese.
v. Learners who want to be proficient in conversational Japanese.
vi. Students enrolled in a Japanese language school or majoring in Japanese in college.
vii. International students coming to Japan.
viii. Foreign employees of a Japanese company who need Japanese language training.