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About our course

Our course is for students who are studying with the aim of passing the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N1 or N2. Since our course content is composed of vocabulary, grammar, reading, listening for JLPT, we do not focus on teaching conversation skill. We also help our students to study Japanese for Examination for Japansese University Admission for International Students(EJU).

*What is JLPT?→http://www.jlpt.jp/e/about/index.html

*What is EJU?→http://www.jasso.go.jp/eju/index_e.html


School time


Morning class Afternoon class
Monday to Friday 9am - 12.40pm 1pm - 4.40pm

Students are assigned to their classes after a placement test at the beginning of the program. 
Please beware that we do not allow students to choose their level.

Level 

Beginners
Outline Learn hiragana and katakana. Emphasis on all four aspects of the language -- speaking, listening, reading and writing. 
At the end of this course, students will practice with questions of the Japanese language proficiency test N4, and of course they can also take it if they so wish.
Enrollment April/July /October
Learning objectives Able to carry everyday simple conversations 
Able to understand simple cartoons and comic books. 
Able to pass N4 of the Japanese language proficiency exam
Teaching Materials Minna no nihongo I, II
Writing exercises, beginners 
Listening comprehension, beginners 
Comprehension tasks, 25 
Questions from the Japanese Language proficiency exam, N4
Intermediate
Outline Continuation of the four key elements of study of the beginners course. 
Emphasis on strengthening vocabulary for better comprehension. 
Speed reading, writing exercises and preparation for exams.
Enrollment Ask for details
Learning objectives Proper use of honorific Japanese (keigo).
Able to communicate without difficulties. Listening to the news
Take the Japanese language proficiency test, N2
Teaching Materials Bunka chuukyuu Nihongo I, II
Kanzen Master I, II
Nihongo Sou matome N2
Japanese speed reading
Everyday listening comprehension, intermediate
Japanese language proficiency exams
Nihon Ryuugaku shiken exam questions
Advanced
Outline Strengthening the acquired base, and taking it further with advanced grammar and idiomatic usage. 
The course uses real-life teaching materials, such as newspapers, magazines, newscasts, and we will discuss Japanese current events and culture. 
Students will deepen their knowledge of the culture, and often express their opinions. Students will be able to take the Japanese language proficiency test, N1.
Enrollment Ask for details
Learning objectives Use a wide range of vocabulary in idiomatically correct ways. 
Able to express subtle nuances in speech, and voice one's opinion on a variety of subjects. 
Take the Japanese language proficiency test, N1
Teaching Materials Various teaching materials for advanced students

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