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  • Japanese Elementary 3 (Aug-21 start)

    £320

    This course is designed for students with good Hiragana, Katakana and basic Kanji foundation, and with 500+ words vocabularies.In this course, students will continue recap all plain forms and practice casual style conversations across various daily subjects and start to learn direct and indirect speech. Another 25 Kanji will be introduced in this course too, adding to a total of 75 Kanji to your knowledge.
    Our key grammar points covered include: must do, don’t have to, talk about your thought, describe the possibility, talk about your plan. etc.

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

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Strongly recommendation
    Lesson 3 – Talk about what you must do
    Lesson 4 – Talk about what you don’t have to do
    Lesson 5 – State the reason
    Lesson 6 – Talk about your thought
    Lesson 7 – Describe a possibility
    Lesson 8 – Talk about your plan with conditions
    Lesson 9 – Talk about your plan during a period.
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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  • Japanese Elementary 4 (Oct-16 start)

    £320

    This course is designed for students with good Hiragana, Katakana and basic Kanji foundation, and with 600+ words vocabularies.

    In this course, students will continue recap all plain forms and practice casual style conversations across various daily subjects and start to learn direct and indirect speech. Another 25 Kanji will be introduced in this course too, adding to a total of 100 Kanji to your knowledge.

    Our key grammar points covered include: how to tell the hypothetical, to describe the result of actions, learn verb containing an emotion, tell your impression, present perfect continuous, expressing continuation, etc.

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

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Recap and warm up practise
    Lesson 2 – Hypothetical
    Lesson 3 – Result of an action
    Lesson 4 – Describe your disappointers
    Lesson 5 – Hypothetical with result
    Lesson 6 – Tell your intuitively
    Lesson 7 – Expressing suppositions
    Lesson 8 – Present perfect continuous
    Lesson 9 – Expressing continuation
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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  • Japanese Intermediate 1 (Sep-26 start)

    £340

    Our Japanese Intermediate 1 Course is designed for learners to finished level 2 or are able to as below.

    • Read and write Hiragana & Katakana very well
    • Can memorize 500+ vocabularies, familiar with a couple hundred
    • Can converse with a native Japanese speaker on various daily topics
    • Have a good foundation of Level 2 grammar
    • Have a knowledge of 100 or less Kanji

    In this course, students will continue to practise reading, writing and conversational skills in each lesson, to discuss things we do not know or understand, to describe sounds, smells and taste, to express things that puzzle or trouble use, and to discuss changes in our life. Our key grammar points covered include: how to express suppositions, certainty or uncertainty, impressions, beliefs, expectations, ideas and reasons; how to convey information gained elsewhere, to describe actions done or to be done in the future.

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

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