We are launching new 30 mins online group classes during lunch-time for trial at the comfort of your office. You would just need a microphone and a web camera. Lessons are conducted via Zoom and lessons are recorded. Choose any slot that you like to attend as the lessons are all independent.
Per lesson: $50 for 5 lessons / $90 for 10 lessons
1, Tues(12:00pm-12:30pm) / Tues(12:30pm-1:00pm)/ Tues(1:00pm-1:30pm) / Tues(1:30pm-2:00pm)
2. Wed(12:00pm-12:30pm) / Wed(12:30pm-1:00pm)
Wed(1:00pm-1:30pm) / Wed(1:30pm-2:00pm)
3. Thurs(12:00pm-12:30pm) / Thurs(12:30pm-1:00pm)
Thurs(1:00pm-1:30pm) / Thurs(1:30pm-2:00pm)
4. Sun (12:15pm-12:45pm) / Sun(12:45pm-1:15pm)
For any enquiries, contact us via here
Our original, revamped and most popular Beginner Japanese : Foundation Studies course is starting on 4th Jan (Sat) 10-12pm.
Learn about the language, culture, food and the mindset of Japanese natives in this short 10 week course.
Try 5 lessons for $80!
Don’t wait! Join us now!
Thank you for your support. I have changed the schedule for the upcoming classes.
The Tues class starting on 2nd July would now be taught by me. It will be from 730-9pm. We need another 2 more students to start the class.
If you are sincerely interested to attend lessons with me, please contact me asap via the Contact form for a special discount.
Our Beginner Japanese class starting on 2nd July (Mon), 7.30pm-9pm is confirmed starting.
Fees are only $200/10 lessons, due to the late starting of the class.
This is a chance to get more value for your lessons.
Contact me if you need more information.
EDIT: Class has been changed to Tues
I am starting a new Beginner Japanese class on Mon night. Please see below for details.
Starting Date: 7th Jan 2019 (Mon)
Slots: 4-6 students
If you are interested, do drop me a message via the Contact Me link here.
I will be starting a new class on Tues night.
Estimated starting date: 6th November 18 (Tues) or earlier once we have 6 students
Fees: $80/5 lessons or $300/10 lessons
Slots: 6 (4 slots left)
Location: Waterloo Centre (See classroom and testimonials)
Currently i am running an early bird promotion now, if you sign up and make payment by 15th Oct, there will be a $30 discount.
Drop us an message using the Contact us form found here.
If you recall my post yesterday that i talked about Japanese grammatical terms, today i am going to share how and why the grammatical terms matter.
To make things short, i am going to refer 名詞 (Nouns) as 名, 助詞 (Particles) as 助, 動詞 (Verbs) as 動, 副詞 (Adverbs) as 副, 形容詞 (Adjectives) as 形, etc
Let’s take a look at a few example sentences.
Figure 1: I am Tanaka
Figure 2: I drank water.
Do you find that it is easier for you to understand how the grammar structure work?
I see that a lot of Japanese schools here in Singapore do not use this structural method of teaching the students, except for Hougang Japanese Language School, my alma mater.
If you are good in Mathematics and remember the grammar structures, you would be able to do something like this.
Figure 3: The beautiful teacher bought expensive water.
Figure 4: The beautiful sensei met the handsome Tanaka-san right?
Once you are able to construct a diagram like the above, what you need to do is to use sentences to internalize what you have learned into these structures as shown above. In this way, you would be able to form sentences more easily. For example, you would know that to link 2 words (e.g a noun (名詞) and a verb (動詞) together, you would require a noun, a particle and a verb.
Knowing how grammatical terms are linked enables you to form sentences more easily. You would not ever need to remember… “Eh, how to say Mr Miller met Ms Sakura at Donki Hote”, just remember the grammar structures in boxes.
I would have a few parts on this article tomorrow or next Tues, so stay tuned!
I am starting a new Beginner Japanese class on Sat 3-5pm, as the current 3-5pm class has moved up and taken the 1-3pm slot.
Please see the details as per below.
Starting Date: 3rd Nov 18 (Sat) or earlier
Fees: $300 for 10 sessions
If you are interested, kindly drop us an email using the Contact Us form found here.