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Justin-san The U.S [6 month with 50 lessons course]”I quite enjoy the way my lesson has turned out the pacing feels good and challenging.”

2024/06/08

Students: Justin-san The U.S
6 month with 50 lessons course

Q1.What issues do you have on studying Japanese?

I have always enjoyed the culture to an extent along with having friend that live in Japan. My end goal is to live in Japan for some period, however long it may be. Most of my struggles come from remembering concepts that I don’t use often and remembering vocabulary. If I don’t study them often or use them often i tend to forget.

Q2. What made you decide to study with us ?

What drew me to this school was that the lessons were 1 on 1. I struggle with classes that are group based because they lean more towards group progress more than an individual. So, if i do well in one class and learn quickly it goes faster, or if I’m slow on a concept the class can go into more detail.

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

I have enjoyed all of my lessons so far. I feel as though I’m still terrible at speaking Japanese, even when i know i understand much more than when i started. It is hard to notice my own progress because there is still so much to learn. My end goal is to reach n2-n1 level of Japanese. My only wish is that it covered more vocabulary and older grammar structures.I quite enjoy the way my lesson has turned out; the pacing feels good and challenging. The only think i would like is for the lessons to have a little more focus on new words and kanji. I find myself lacking when it comes to vocabulary in newer lessons. Or going back and touching up on grammar that was covered but is not used very often. Lessons tend to be to do and forget.

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