Just for this week only.
A special promo just for those who really wish to try to take up the language.
5 Beginner lessons for $80.
Lessons start 12th Jan (Fri) 730pm-10pm
Week 1: What is Japanese?/Introduction to Hiragana/ Self-Introduction/Numbers in Japanese
Week 2: Accents & Intonations/Long sounds in Japanese/4 basic sentence structures/Telling Time
Week 3: Expressing basic actions using verbs/Telling Time 2
Week 4: Japanese culture
Week 5: Expressing things using adjectives
Whatsapp us now at 8288-5682 to avoid disappointment.
While seats last.
I will be starting a new Beginner Japanese (Foundation Studies) class.
Below are the details.
Date: 12th Jan 2018 (Fri)
Fees: $300 (inclusive of textbook and classroom rental) / 10 sessions
Location: Waterloo Centre
Enjoy early bird discount of $50 if you sign up and make payment before 31st Dec 2017.
Would you like to know how to choose a good book for JLPT? Or get some suggestions on some good books.
This is the 1st time i would be showcasing my whole Japanese books library of over 200-300 books. We would meet at the void deck of Blk 123 Mcnair Road.
Date/Time: 15th Dec 17 7pm-9pm
How to get here:
From Novena station, take bus 21, stop at the 4th stop excluding Novena MRT and walk over to the void deck.
I will only be allowing max of 6 members per session. Please note that i will need to count all the books first before you can go. If you do not agree to this, please do not sign up for this meetup.
I have published my list of recommended books for all levels. You are free to post the link anywhere, but please do not claim this list as yours.
Please feel free to take a look and let me know if you need to purchase any books as i am going to Japan next month. A handling fee will be charged for all purchases.
How was the paper today?
Today i went to support my N4/N5 students in the morning and took N1 in the afternoon with my students.
This year, i felt the level for N1 has dropped a bit. Some of the words in question 1 and 2 are testing N2 words. For grammar, a lot of N4/N5 stuff were tested. My student who studied cram with me for 2 months told me that Paper 1 was easy for him. But listening was difficult.
According to my students, N4 was relatively easy, N5 was a bit difficult.
All in all, what i want to say is that as you progress up to the higher levels, do not forget your fundamentals. If not you will never know that to even attempt the higher levels, you need the knowledge from the lower levels. That is also why i always want my students to get at least 85% for N4 and N5 before they do N2.
Do contact me if you are having difficulties and i will see how i can help you achieve what you want.
Worked from 7am to 10pm