Online teaching services starting soon

Hi all,

A lot of students have been asking about our online teaching services, we will be starting soon from 15th April 2015.

How does it work?

Step 1: Drop us an email via contact us form
Step 2: We will contact you for a Skype interview to discuss ur needs, etc
Step 3: Once you are confirmed to be our student, we will send you a video of the lesson for every lesson (it`s the same as attending the lesson in the class). This link will expire after a certain period of time. You can take up to 2 lessons per week.
Step 4: Teacher will be online to answer your questions during a designated period of time.

We are giving a promotion price of $100 for the 1st 10 lessons (that`s like $10 per lesson). Original price: $200 for 10 lessons.

For N2 lessons: We are giving a promotion price of $50 for the 1st 5 lessons.
Original price: $150 for 5 lessons.

Upon completion of the course, if you pass the online test with a score of 80%, we will refund you $20 of the course fee.

Payment is via Paypal or bank transfer (Singapore only). A receipt will also be issued.




Excel Program for Verb Conjugation

Hi all,

I am writing a Excel program that can do automatic conversion of the forms based on the verb entered into the program.

I am looking for testers who wish to participate in this and who have ideas to improve the program.

In the program below, words like みず, ごはん and the English equivalent are entered and system will auto-generate the various phrases based on the info input.



If you are interested, kindly drop me an email with ur name and contact number.
Prize: You will get the ultimate version of the program for free…




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旧正月(きゅうしょうがつ/Lunar New Year) おめでとうございます!



みなさん、時間があれば、周りの友達に電話してみたらどうでしょうか。仕事のせいか、みなさんは忙しいかもしれませんが、周りの友達に声をかけて、関心を与えましょう。いつもFBを使ったら、意味ないでしょう? =)

Grammar Points
1. Noun +にとって  (N2 grammar): To ~
2. た-form+らどうですか/どうでしょうか。(N4 grammar): How about you do ~
3. Noun +せいか (N2 grammar): Due to ~ (bad result?)




New Advanced Class starting in December


こんにちは。N1を目指す新しい上級クラス を開きます。

予想スタート日時: 12日19日から/12時半-3時まで
教科書: $20
レベル制限: N2合格か4年間日本語を勉強されている方




A “Part-time degree”: Learning Japanese



Thank you those of you who take time to read my blog. Appreciate your support. Tonight, i’ll like to share something about learning Japanese.

For a lot of you, when you learn Japanese, at the start, was it a rush to want to learn? Was it due to some friend’s invitation? Regardless the reason, you just began your journey with the language.

I feel studying Japanese is like taking a part-time degree. At the start, it seems easy. As time goes by, when you learn more, you start to feel that it gets difficult, then some of you decide to give it up, because you find that it’s just a “part-time degree”, something that you can give it up, or you no longer have the time to commit to doing this “degree”. Some of you need this “part-time degree” for your future/current job, so you would have to endure through this phase. Then, there comes the final year “honours” project, the “N1”.

Then it comes to a point that you reach Pre-Advanced and N2, that’s where you decide you get your “part-time degree” and decides to stop learning.

No matter what happens, wherever you stop, do take some time to thank your sensei for guiding through the various modules in the “part-time degree”.

Learning has never stop for me, as i still attend Japanese lessons with my 3 sensei-tachi from Japan, so that i can continuously give my best to my students. =)



JLPT Results

Received my results for my students.
N1: 1/4 passers . Top scorer with score of 114/180
N2: 3/5 passers (1st attempt from N4 after 1 yr of studies.) Top scorer with score of 167/180.
N4: 5/5 passers. Top scorer with score of 167/180
N5: 10/13 passers. Top scorer with score of 148/180

Overall, a bit disappointed with myself. But happy to say that my top student has done it again. Passed N2 after 1 yr of studies from N4.