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Basic Japanese grammar & conversation Japanese course

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Hiroshi Saito

Speak Japanese

From Japan

has taught 17 sessions.

My name is Hiroshi Saito. I have taught Japanese since October in 2015 on italki. I was born and raised in Tokyo, capital of Japan, so my Japanese accent is standard. I like playing tennis, jogging , driving my car and teaching Japanese. I ...

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Information of the Courses

  • Language Levels

    Beginner 1 - Beginner 2


    Can read a very short, rehearsed statement.

  • What Will I Learn?

    Basic Japanese grammar & conversation

Introduction

● Who is suitable for this course
Beginners who have never learned Japanese.

● How will you solve this problem in the course and what effect will be achieved after finishing the course?
Students can learn a lot of words and phrases in this course, and they can introduce themselves. read Japanese and speak something with basic Japanese.

● Motivated words. What is the meaningful or interesting part after learning this language or overcome this problem? What can be achieved?
やればできる After this lesson, you can communicate with Japanese people without a Japanese guide.

What will students need to know or do before starting this course?

  • You need “みんなの日本語”. But I have all files of this book. So I’ll send you the file for each lesson.

Who is your target student?

  • Beginners who have never learned Japanese.

At the end of your course, students will be able to…

  • Read all the Japanese characters
  • Greeting
  • Count numbers ( time, weight, money etc.)
  • Introduce yourself
  • Ask something

Curriculum

  • Lesson 1: Japanese characters

  • Lesson 2: Accent and intonation

  • Lesson 3: Basic phrase 1 (In a class room)

  • Lesson 4: Basic phrase 2 ( Greeting words)

  • Lesson 5: Numbers (Counting system)

  • Lesson 6: Introducing (Positive sentence)

  • Lesson 7: Introducing (Negative sentence)

  • Lesson 8: Basic conversation 1

  • Lesson 9: Basic conversation 2 (Question)

  • Lesson 10: Practice Conversation

How to start?

Confirmation:

  • After buying courses, you can arrange the them according to the teacher’s schedule.
  • If the teacher is able to do “Instant Tutoring”, you can make an appointment with the teacher at the upcoming time.
  • If the teacher is not online, the fastest possible course is 24 hours later.
  • If the available time on teacher’s calendar isn’t convenient for you, you can click “Contact Teacher” on the right to discuss with the teacher.

Purchasing notice:

  • The duration of a trial session is about 25 minutes.
  • The duration of a private session is about 50 minutes.

Instructions:

  • Enter the website 10 minutes before the class starts. Click “Calendar” on the function bar, find the class, click “Go to class”, and then you will be in the classroom on ZOOM!
  • If you haven’t downloaded ZOOM, the system will direct you to download it when you first click “Go to class”.
  • You can use ZOOM for classes both on your phone and computer. (Please download ZOOM in advance if you choose using phone for the class. )
  • In order to have a successful class experience, we suggest you use a microphone or headphones/microphone combination, and ensure that your network is stable prior to the class. You may also use a high-definition video camera (optional).
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