Have Fun Learning Japanese! #1-1 (A0-A1) Letters and sounds
Japanese for beginners (especially for who love Totoro)
What you’ll learn
- Reading Hiragana and Katakana with correct Japanese pronunciation
- Knowing the concept of Romaji and Kanji
- Typing in Japanese
- Motivating you to keep learning Japanese
- (#1-2 of this course) Greeting people and introducing yourself in Japanese
- (#1-2 of this course) Asking and answering basic questions to travel to Japan
- Your motivation on learning Japanese, that’s it
This course is to introduce how fun it is to learn Japanese. If you are a complete beginner and love anime, especially Totoro, this course is for you!
This course is divided into two parts;
- “Letters and Pronunciation”
- “Greetings” and ” Ask and Answer questions”
This is the FIRST PART of the course. If you already know letters and pronunciation, you can skip this part.
I shared silent vowels and pitch accents in this course. If you are not sure what they are, please explore this part first. These pronunciation tips will make your Japanese sound more natural. Learn More Google Cloud Architect Certification 2022
The course includes quizzes in the video and multiple options too. You can download Hiragana and Katakana tables so that you can refer to them when you type or write Japanese. Presentation materials are also provided.
If you are stuck somewhere, please don’t hesitate to go back to the previous videos and watch them again and again, ask your questions in the comment section. I’m here to help you go through the course.
I recommend you pause the video and pronounce the letters, words, and sentences with me. It’s very important for language learning to output what you have just learned and try them out. Once you know how to type hiragana and katakana, please type in the comment section in Japanese, or try it on your social media and see how Japanese people or other learners react to it. Enjoy communicating in Japanese!
Who this course is for:
- Beginners Japanese language learners, who interested in learning Japanese letters and pronunciation