Course Overview

Aside from forming the second largest economy in the world, Japan is renowned for its unique culture which blends the modern and the traditional. Learning Japanese will open your eyes to Japanese film, animations, comic books, martial arts, cuisine and more. Japanese uses a different system of writing than English and other European languages and so is seen as challenging, but actually the grammar is arguably a lot more straightforward, as it only has two verb tenses and the nouns do not have genders, plural forms or articles.

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10 hours of lessons

Interactive smartboards

Qualified, native teachers

Textbook: Marugoto A1

Course Outline

  • Lesson 1. Greetings and useful classroom expressions. Introduction to Hiragana alphabet
  • Lesson 2. Practising Hiragana alphabet. Japanese hand signs and body language.
  • Lesson 3. Introducing Katakana alphabet. Countries. Writing practice.
  • Lesson 4. Occupations and formal introductions. Grammar: Common particles
  • Lesson 5. Questions and answers about family. Making and exchanging business cards.
  • Lesson 6. Places in Japan. Counting and age. Grammar: I live in.
  • Lesson 7. Like and don’t like. Food and drink vocabulary. Introducing Kanji alphabet
  • Lesson 8. Asking and offering food and drink. Grammar: Often and rarely.
  • Lesson 9. Ordering at a restaurant. Grammar: Positive and negative adjectives.
  • Lesson 10. Different food shops. Recommending places.

* Please note there may be slight content variations at the discretion of the teacher. We may, for example, include additional content when general progress is good, or vary content according to students’ interests.

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