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Bharat-san from India “I am glad I chose this as 1:1 lessons are important to me.”


Q1.What issues do you have on studying Japanese?

I started learning Japanese via Youtube videos about 2.5 years ago and well the reason is one of the most obvious reasons in the world. I wanted to understand all forms of Japanese entertainment in the best way possible i.e., the original language without the need to wait for translations. Before I joined the school my main issues were to try and figure out what structure should I being into my learning and how to go about learning this language.  

Q2. What made you decide to study with us ?

I found about this via online research and found out that there’s customizable 1:1 lessons available and that is the one I prefer the most as I can try and customize my learning experience rather than having to adjust at the class’s pace. I am glad I chose this as 1:1 lessons are important to me.

Q3. Could you tell us about your lesson experience, how to proceed lessons with teachers, materials and so on?

I wanted a 1:1 class and I discussed with my teacher as to how to progress for the JLPT exam level and where to start for JLPT N3/N4. We determined that JLPT N4 was too simple for my current Japanese level and should study for N3 instead. This sort of dynamic feedback between the teacher and student was what I liked. I currently do like the materials being covered and I also sometimes have song lyrics taught to me whenever I want a change of pace in my learning as it keeps the learning experience fresh!

Q4. Do you have any requests to improve your study with us?

Yup, I am very happy with the structure of the lessons and the way of teaching, maybe having more examples much closer to daily life japanese rather than only academic japanese could be the way to go although I understand JLPT is just unforgivable when it comes to that, so it’s rather something that JLPT itself lacks! 

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