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    Intensive Japanese Beginner 1 (Aug-10 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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    Intensive Japanese Beginner 1 (Jul-27 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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    Intensive Japanese Beginner 1 (Sep-21 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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  • Intensive Japanese Beginner 2 (Sep-27 start)

    £300

    Our Japanese Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hiragana foundation and roughly 100 vocabularies already. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana reading and writing, we will introduce 46 Katakana too. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about daily activities and schedules, going to restaurants, visiting local Japanese places etc. Our key grammar points covered include: how to use adjectives for description, describing things and impressions, and asking about places.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next Japanese course – Beginner 3.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Going places
    Lesson 3 – Ordering food & drinks
    Lesson 4 – Habitual Action
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Adjective 1 (as modifiers)
    Lesson 7 – Adjective 2 (conjugation)
    Lesson 8 – There is/are…
    Lesson 9 – Describing positions
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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    Japanese Beginner 1 (Aug-07 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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    Japanese Beginner 1 (Jul-10 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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    Japanese Beginner 1 (Jun-03 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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    Japanese Beginner 1 (Oct-16 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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    Japanese Beginner 1 (Sep-12 start)

    £280£313

    Your first step to speak Japanese

    This course is designed for complete beginners to learn Japanese Hiragana as foundation. You will learn to read 46 Hiragana smoothly, practise natural pronunciation and conversations in each lesson. Our topics in this course include greetings, introduction, numbers, shopping, travel plans and whereabouts.  Our key grammar points covered include: basica sentence structure, pronouns and ownership, -desu and -masu forms, and some basic verbs.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Greeting /Introductions
    Lesson 2 – Numbers
    Lesson 3 – Possessions (-no desu.)
    Lesson 4 – Time
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Shopping (kono/ano/sono)
    Lesson 7 – Basic adjectives
    Lesson 8 – Basic verbs
    Lesson 9 – Verb conjugations
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentations

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  • Japanese Beginner 2 (Jul-02 start)

    £300

    Our Japanese Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hiragana foundation and roughly 100 vocabularies already. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana reading and writing, we will introduce 46 Katakana too. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about daily activities and schedules, going to restaurants, visiting local Japanese places etc. Our key grammar points covered include: how to use adjectives for description, describing things and impressions, and asking about places.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next Japanese course – Beginner 3.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Going places
    Lesson 3 – Ordering food & drinks
    Lesson 4 – Habitual Action
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Adjective 1 (as modifiers)
    Lesson 7 – Adjective 2 (conjugation)
    Lesson 8 – There is/are…
    Lesson 9 – Describing positions
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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  • Japanese Beginner 2 (Jul-25 start)

    £300

    Our Japanese Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hiragana foundation and roughly 100 vocabularies already. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana reading and writing, we will introduce 46 Katakana too. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about daily activities and schedules, going to restaurants, visiting local Japanese places etc. Our key grammar points covered include: how to use adjectives for description, describing things and impressions, and asking about places.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next Japanese course – Beginner 3.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Going places
    Lesson 3 – Ordering food & drinks
    Lesson 4 – Habitual Action
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Adjective 1 (as modifiers)
    Lesson 7 – Adjective 2 (conjugation)
    Lesson 8 – There is/are…
    Lesson 9 – Describing positions
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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  • Japanese Beginner 2 (Oct-02 start)

    £300

    Our Japanese Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hiragana foundation and roughly 100 vocabularies already. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana reading and writing, we will introduce 46 Katakana too. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about daily activities and schedules, going to restaurants, visiting local Japanese places etc. Our key grammar points covered include: how to use adjectives for description, describing things and impressions, and asking about places.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next Japanese course – Beginner 3.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Going places
    Lesson 3 – Ordering food & drinks
    Lesson 4 – Habitual Action
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Adjective 1 (as modifiers)
    Lesson 7 – Adjective 2 (conjugation)
    Lesson 8 – There is/are…
    Lesson 9 – Describing positions
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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  • Japanese Beginner 3 (Jul-10 start)

    £300

    Our Japanese Beginner 3 Course is designed for students with Hiragana and Katakana foundation and with 200+ words vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana and Katakana, and learn 30 very interesting basic Kanji. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about gifting and offering, preference and desire, connecting a few sentences, and a confident two minutes self introduction. Our key grammar points covered include: more verbs in -masen ka, -masho, -masho ka form, and how to make request and invitation.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Asking for directions
    Lesson 3 – Giving and receiving
    Lesson 4 – Preferences
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Dictionary verb form
    Lesson 7 – Suggestions
    Lesson 8 – I want to (conjugation)
    Lesson 9 – Verb te- form (serial verbs)
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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  • Japanese Beginner 3 (Oct-08 start)

    £300

    Our Japanese Beginner 3 Course is designed for students with Hiragana and Katakana foundation and with 200+ words vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana and Katakana, and learn 30 very interesting basic Kanji. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about gifting and offering, preference and desire, connecting a few sentences, and a confident two minutes self introduction. Our key grammar points covered include: more verbs in -masen ka, -masho, -masho ka form, and how to make request and invitation.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Asking for directions
    Lesson 3 – Giving and receiving
    Lesson 4 – Preferences
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Dictionary verb form
    Lesson 7 – Suggestions
    Lesson 8 – I want to (conjugation)
    Lesson 9 – Verb te- form (serial verbs)
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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  • Japanese Beginner 4 (Oct-15 start)

    £300

    The course of advanced beginners is designed for students with Hiragana and Katakana foundation and with 300+ words vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana and Katakana and learn 30 very interesting basic Kanji. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about request, describe route, permission, forbid, present continuous tense.Our key grammar points covered include: the important -Te form, -nai form and -tai form, asking for permission and ask someone to do something, the difference of progressive action and current status.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Making a request
    Lesson 3 – Direction & Transportation
    Lesson 4 – Asking Permission
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Forbidding actions
    Lesson 7 – Explaining Actions
    Lesson 8 – Present continue 1
    Lesson 9 – Present continue 2
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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  • Japanese Beginner 4 (Sep-23 start)

    £300

    The course of advanced beginners is designed for students with Hiragana and Katakana foundation and with 300+ words vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise Hiragana and Katakana and learn 30 very interesting basic Kanji. In each lesson, students will practise natural pronunciation and conversations about request, describe route, permission, forbid, present continuous tense.Our key grammar points covered include: the important -Te form, -nai form and -tai form, asking for permission and ask someone to do something, the difference of progressive action and current status.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Making a request
    Lesson 3 – Direction & Transportation
    Lesson 4 – Asking Permission
    Lesson 5 – Mid course review
    Lesson 6 – Forbidding actions
    Lesson 7 – Explaining Actions
    Lesson 8 – Present continue 1
    Lesson 9 – Present continue 2
    Lesson 10 – Total review & presentation

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