【NEW!】2017 JLPT N5 NIHONGO COURSE (Part 1 of 5)
Course title

2017 JLPT N5 Nihongo Course (Part 1)

Course objective

1. To pass the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) N5 exam on December 2, 2017

2. To be able to communicate in simple Nihongo

*NOTE: All 5 parts must be completed to prepare for JLPT N5 (total 140 hours)

Course duration

7 classes x 4.0 hrs/class, 28 hours

Class schedule

Part 1: Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (Apr. 8 ~ May 20, 2017) 

 

*Tentative schedule for Parts 2 ~ 5:

Part 2: Sat, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (May 27 ~ Jul. 8, 7 classes x 4.0 hrs/class, 28 hours) 

Part 3: Sat, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (Jul. 15 ~ Aug. 26, 7 classes x 4.0 hrs/class, 28 hours) 

Part 4: Sat, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (Sep. 2 ~ Oct. 14, 7 classes x 4.0 hrs/class, 28 hours) 

Part 5: Sat, 9:00 am - 2:40 pm (Oct. 21 ~ Nov. 18, 5 classes x 5.6 hrs/class, 28 hours) 

Fee

P4,500.00 (P1,000 reservation fee, P3,500 on 1st day of class)

*EARLY BIRD PROMO: Pay in full by Mar. 24 (Fri) for only P4,000! (Save P500!)

*JLPT PROMO: Enroll for all 5 courses (total 140 hours) for only P18,000! (Save P4,500!)

To enroll

Visit our office, or click here to enroll online!

(Deadline: Apr. 5, Wednesday) 

Venue Innosoft Solutions office, Innosoft Bldg. (across Jollibee V. Rama, beside Chinabank), Corner V. Rama Avenue & R. Duterte St., Guadalupe, Cebu City
For inquiries

(032) 266-3773 (office), 254-0577 / 0922-814-8987 /

0920-274-6747 (PhilNITS Secretariat)

Course curriculum (Part 1 of 5):
Reference material:

Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (2nd edition) textbook

No Lesson Details
1 Hiragana 46 Hiragana characters (+ special characters)
2 Katakana 46 Katakana characters (+ special characters)
3 Kanji

20 Kanji characters

4 Lesson 1: New Friends Self-introduction, Asking Questions, Date/Time & Age
5 Lesson 2: Shopping Nouns, Prices
6 Lesson 3: Inviting to a Date Verbs, Inviting Someone
7 Lesson 4: The First Date Location, Past Tense
           
Course curriculum (Part 2 of 5):
Reference material:

Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (2nd edition) textbook

No Lesson Details
1 Kanji 30 Kanji characters
2 Lesson 5: A Trip to Okinawa Adjectives, Likes & Dislikes, Counting Things
3 Lesson 6: A Day in Robert's Life ~Te form of Verbs: Making a Request, Allowing/Prohibiting an Action
4 Lesson 7: Family Picture ~Te form of Verbs: Current Action, Connecting Sentences, Going Somewhere for a Specific Purpose
5 Lesson 8: Barbecue

Informal Speech, Saying One's Thoughts

           
Course curriculum (Part 3 of 5):
Reference material:

Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (2nd edition) textbook

No Lesson Details
1 Kanji 30 Kanji characters
2 Lesson 9: Kabuki Past Tense (Short Forms), Qualifying Nouns with Verbs & Adjectives
3 Lesson 10: Winter Vacation Plans Comparison, Making Plans
4 Lesson 11: After the Vacation Saying What One Wants To Do, Saying One's Experiences
5 Lesson 12: Feeling Ill

Explaining Oneself, Choices, Saying What One Must Do

           
Course curriculum (Part 4 of 5):
Reference material:

Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (2nd edition) textbook

No Lesson Details
1 Kanji 40 Kanji characters
2 Review Exercises Genki I: Lessons 1~12
3 JLPT Review Introduction to JLPT, JLPT N5 Mock Exams
           
Course curriculum (Part 5 of 5):
Reference material:

Genki I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese (2nd edition) textbook

No Lesson Details
1 JLPT Review JLPT N5 Mock Exams
           

"むずかしいことをやさしく、(Make difficult things easy,)

やさしいことをふかく、(Make easy things meaningful,)

ふかいことをおもしろく、(Make meaningful things interesting,)

おもしろいことをまじめに、(Make interesting things serious,)

まじめなことをゆかいに、(Make serious things fun,)

そしてゆかいなことはあくまでゆかいに (And fun things, fun.)"

- 井上ひさし (Hisashi Inoue)