About Me (自己紹介)

My name is Can, a 37 year old Singaporean. I started my Japanese studies in Jan 2006. I have been teaching for about 14 years now. I hold a JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) N1 certificate for both 2010 and 2017. I am proficient in the Japanese method of learning Japanese. It’s different from how foreigners learn Japanese, which is a method that may prove to be difficult when you approach the higher levels of the language. I have also Business Japanese experience, supporting Japanese users for 3 years plus. Students who studied under me have scored 75% and above on the JLPT. My best student’s score was 180/180 for JLPT N2 (2016). I have also an extensive Japanese books library, which is updated regularly to help students to score well in the JLPT. I have also completed my Japanese teacher training course. I have also been to Japan 40 times. Let’s learn Japanese together!

はじめまして。ケンと申します。37歳で、シンガポール人です。2006年1月から日本語を勉強しはじめました。今まで、14年ほど日本語を教えています。日本語能力試験1級に合格して、日本人はどうやって日本語を習得するか熟達しています。外国人が日本語を勉強する方法に比べて少し違い、もっと面白いです。3年ぐらいビジネス日本語を使った経験もあります。私から日本語を勉強した生徒は日本語能力試験で75%以上のいい点数が取れました。 一番トップの生徒は180点中180点を取りました(日本語能力試験N2級・2016)。日本語に関する図書室もあり、生徒を合格させるため、書籍はいつも更新しています。日本語教師養成コースも受けました。 40回日本に行ったことがあります。一緒に日本語を勉強しましょう! (^_^)

2 thoughts on “About Me (自己紹介)”

  1. Im looking to brush up on my conversational Japanese n have a jlpt 2. Do you offer. Any intermediate conversational courses.

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