Japanese language course in Islamabad
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Japanese Language Course in Islamabad
Learning Kanji for the JLPT
Basic Japanese Language Course (N-5)
Topics & Vocabulary
The basic Japanese language course from Nippon Ecological school of Japanese Language course in Islamabad enables you to: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing the basic conversation in Japanese language. The course is intended for the beginners (N-5) and lets you identify whether Japanese is for you. You will learn about vocabulary and be able to frame sentences and talk with people in the daily routine life conversation. The course can also be beneficial for future goals.
At first, learning Japanese may seem like a daunting task, for the grammar is completely different from other languages and the writing system ornate – two alphabets mixed with a ideographic character system adapted from Chinese. But if you just relax and start with the basics, you’ll find that learning the language is not as difficult as it sounds.
Letters in the Japanese alphabet are referred to as kana, specifically HIRAGANA and KATAKANA. While the alphabet is larger than the Roman alphabet, it is a phonetic alphabet where each alphabetic combination represents just a single sound. Thus any Japanese word can be written in a way that can be read without having to remember “hmmmm, how is this pronounced?!?”. To some this may sound obvious, but consider the sound of ought in the English words through, though, thought, tough, plough, thorough, and hiccough. Although they share the same ought sequence, no two words in this list are pronounced the same way!! Japanese kana are much simpler, the way something is written is the way it sounds. Learn how to read and write the kana on our HIRAGANA and KATAKANA school.
It is strongly recommended that you familiarize yourself with hiragana and katakana before the first lesson start.
Learning Kanji for the JLPT
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test administered twice a year. The test is a standard national test used to measure Japanese language ability. Like many other countries in Asia, the Chinese writing system heavily influenced the development of the Japanese writing system. Chinese characters, or KANJI in Japanese, are still used heavily today.. Students of Japanese learn KANJI in a similar way, starting with simple characters used frequently and gradually learning all the characters used in daily life. Learn how to read and write the KANJI on our school
BASIC JAPANESE LANGUAGE COURSE (N-5)
The aim of the course is to help the students learn Japanese language using the Japanese script Hiragana, Kanji and Katakana. The batches for the courses are available on start of the months. The duration of the course is 3 months. The scope the course includes framing of sentences Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing Japanese language.
Speaking: Five extra classes each week of conversational Japanese focus on some of the interesting aspects of conversational Japanese that it can be hard to cover in the standard classes, such as slang, dialects, specialized vocabulary, and more.
Writing: Able to write Hiragana and Katakana and Kanji. Be able to understand approximately 150 Kanji characters.
Listening: Be able to understand daily life conversation and Minna no Nihongo 25 chapter khiwa video listening.
Reading: Able to read Minna no Nihongo 25 chapter and related vocabulary.
Composition: e able to write a simple composition using basic expressions.
Topics & Vocabulary:
Introduce yourself in Japanese
Exchanging business card in Japanese
Describing about the whereabouts of things and people
Time and numbers – telling and asking the time, counting cardinal numbers
Places – shops, important buildings
Daily life – routines, free time
Existence of People and Things
Basic Japanese grammar rules – particles : か (ka), は (wa), の (no), と (to), を (o),に (ni),も(mo), が (ga), や (ya) .
Present, Past, Future
Pronouns – subject, object, possessive
Singular vs. Plural
Word order – sentence, question, negative
Three writing systems in Japanese (Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji)
How to bow
Shops in Japan
Excursions to Japanese spas (温泉onsen)
Course duration 3 months.