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e-Learning | No. 42

Partner class 1 month free trial!
パートナークラス1ヶ月無料体験!

Are you taking lessons with a tutor?  If you haven’t decided on a tutor yet, here’s a special offer.

[Campaign code] HH1

Partner class only
Campaign deadline: Within two weeks from today!
 
Usually, there is only one trial lesson, but you can take a partner class trial lesson for one month free of charge. This is only for those who have never had our tutoring before.

Why is Japanese not difficult?
なぜ日本語は簡単なのか?

Japanese can be difficult, but don’t be disappointed. Actually, it’s not like other languages.

Why Japanese is easy:

● Easy grammar
● Easy pronunciation
● Japanese sentences do not need a subject.
● Only three basic sentences

 1.動詞文 例)よく笑う。: Verb sentence
 2.形容詞文 例)かわいい。: Adjective sentence
 3. 名詞文 例)赤ちゃんだ。: Noun sentence


Why Japanese is difficult:

● In Japanese, “the spoken language” and “written language” are quite different. (many textbooks focus on “written language” rather than “the spoken language”).
● Japanese has a lot of vocabulary.
● Japanese has a male way of speaking and a female way of speaking.
● Honorifics are difficult in Japanese.
● Conjugation can be difficult.

When we asked our students who studied for a few years with us about their impressions of Japanese, most of them answered, “It’s much easier than I thought it would be.”

 

They also said, “Japanese is difficult to read, but it is surprisingly easy to speak.” Almost everyone said the same.

Review of e-learning course

        1. Greetings. Let’s get started! | No.1
        2. Let’s master katakana! | No. 2
        3. Have you mastered numbers? | No. 3
        4. Use your calendar! | No. 4
        5. The key to studying | No. 5
        6. [Video] How Characters Work 1 | No. 6
        7. [Video] How Characters Work 2 | No. 7
        8. [Video] How Characters Work 3 | No. 8
        9. Recommended Textbooks | No. 9
        10. The secret to learning a language | No. 10
        11. [Video] Let’s understand Japanese sounds! 1 | No. 11
        12. [Q&A] Why do you say “I’m sorry” when you say “Thank you”? | No. 12
        13. [Video] Let’s understand Japanese sounds! 2 | No. 13
        14. [Video] Student testimonial | No. 14
        15. [Video] Japanese Form, nouns, verbs, adjectives | No. 15
        16. [Video] Mastering the Japanese postposition | No. 16
        17. Podcasts useful for learning Japanese | No. 17
        18. Let’s use a polite form | No. 18
        19. [Video] Mastering the Japanese Form 3 | No. 19
        20. Useful apps for learning Japanese | No. 20
        21. [Video] Japanese postposition | No. 21
        22. The list of verb conjugation | No. 22
        23. Popular Japanese manga | No. 23
        24. [Video] Mastering the Japanese Form 4 | No. 24
        25. Summary of plain and polite forms | No. 25
        26. Review video learning | No. 26
        27. Useful websites for learning Japanese | No. 27
        28. [Video] Have you learned the conjugation of verbs? | No. 28
        29. What are -u verbs? | No. 29
        30. [Video] About verb groups | No. 30
        31. What are -Ru verbs? | No. 31
        32. [Video] Do you know the rules for verb conjugation? | No. 32
        33. [Q&A] Why do pedestrians wait even when there is no car? | No. 33
        34. What are -Irregular verbs? | No. 34
        35. [Video] Scenes where verb conjugation is used | No. 35
        36. Youtube for learning Japanese | No. 36
        37. What are -I adjectives? | No. 37
        38. What are -Na adjectives? | No. 38
        39. Adjective conjugation tables | No. 39
        40. [Video] Basics of speaking | No. 40
        41. Challenge JLPT. Try it for free! | No. 41
 
 

1ヶ月無料キャンペーン| 42号

 

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