【NEW!】BASIC NIHONGO ONLINE COACHING COURSE

*Learn at your OWN pace, at the COMFORT of YOUR home!

NO NEED to commute to class!

Save TIME, EFFORT & MONEY!

Course title

Basic Nihongo Online Coaching Course

Course objective

Read & write Hiragana (46 characters + special characters), Katakana (46 characters + special characters) and Kanji (140 basic characters)

Course duration

30 days (starts from completion of registration & payment)

System

1) The student will access the Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji online learning materials in www.cebunihongo.com.

2) After each lesson, the student will answer the Self-Evaluation Test, and post a picture of it on our Facebook Group, Tanoshii Nihongo Online

*For reference, please see posted photos on Tanoshii Nihongo Online

3) Based on the photo, comments and advice will be provided to the student (*through Facebook comments), until the student can read and write all 46 Hiragana & Katakana (+ special characters) and 140 basic Kanji. 

Important notes

1. The student must have a Facebook account. 

2. This course MUST be completed in 30 days. Coaching will only be provided for 30 days. 

3. Each level is designed to be completed in around 30 minutes. Since there is a total of 28 levels, the student will be able to complete the course in around 14 hours of studying (28 levels x 30 minutes = 840 minutes = 14 hours) .

a) Hiragana: 6 levels (46 characters + special characters) 

b) Katakana: 6 levels (46 characters + special characters)

c) Kanji: 16 levels (140 basic characters) 

 

4. This course must be completed to enroll for the N5 level Basic Nihongo Course (100 hours).

Fee

P3,000.00

To enroll

Click here to enroll online!

Venue ONLINE *Facebook Group: Tanoshii Nihongo Online
For inquiries Click here to ask a question
*Reference: N5 Level Basic Nihongo Course Curriculum (Part 1 of 5):
Reference material:

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

No Lesson Details
1 Lesson 1: New Friends Self-introduction, Asking Questions, Date/Time & Age
2 Lesson 2: Shopping Nouns, Prices
3 Lesson 3: Inviting to a Date Verbs, Inviting Someone
4 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 Lesson 5: A Trip to Okinawa Adjectives, Likes & Dislikes, Counting Things
2 Lesson 6: A Day in Robert's Life ~Te form of Verbs: Making a Request, Allowing/Prohibiting an Action
3 Lesson 7: Family Picture ~Te form of Verbs: Current Action, Connecting Sentences, Going Somewhere for a Specific Purpose
4 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 Lesson 9: Kabuki Past Tense (Short Forms), Qualifying Nouns with Verbs & Adjectives
2 Lesson 10: Winter Vacation Plans Comparison, Making Plans
3 Lesson 11: After the Vacation Saying What One Wants To Do, Saying One's Experiences
4 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 Review Exercises Genki I: Lessons 1~12
2 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
           

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