Japanese Language Evening Course
Would you like to learn Japanese in London? Join one of our part-time Japanese courses at our central London Regent Street Campus – just a few minutes' walk from Oxford Circus.
Our beginner Japanese courses start in October and January. If you already have some knowledge of Japanese you can also join part 2 or part 3 of the Beginner Japanese course.
We also have intermediate Japanese classes starting in October each year.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Japanese Beginner is the first exposure to the language, allowing you to start to communicate.
- Part 1 is for you if you have no or little previous knowledge of Japanese.
- You can join Part 2 if you have studied Japanese for about 20 hours.
- You can join Part 3 if you have studied Japanese for about 40 hours.
Training Course Content
Our Japanese lessons follow a communicative approach to language teaching, focusing on the language you need to communicate in authentic situations with an emphasis on speaking and listening. Our evening classes are taught by experienced language teachers who are native speakers of the language or equivalent.
In this term, we will cover:
- personal introductions (professions, ages, nationalities, countries)
- numbers 0–100
- telling basic time (hours, half past)
- telephone number
- simple shopping conversation
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