Japanese Language Training
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- Module 1 : For students
- Modules2: For professional
- Note: In C1 and C2, we also teach international etiquette which is beneficial for business or employment purposes
Module 1 : For students
- A1 – you learn how to make simple inquiries in speaking and writing. Can introduce yourself to others and vice versa.
- A2 – You learn to express yourself adequately in familiar and everyday situations
- B1 – You learn grammar structure, learn to lead discussions and can understand main points.
- B2 – You have massive understanding of the language. Can communicate spontaneously and fluently
- C1 – You learn how to express yourself clearly both in speaking and writing. Can understanding large number of topics and understand almost all texts.
- C2 – You learn literary, socio-political, cultural and scientific topics. Excellent knowledge of the language. Problem free and fluent communication in situations of all kinds, understanding of complex written and oral passages, the ability to discuss complex topics.
Modules2: For professional
- Listening – Can make basic inquire in speaking and writing, basic understanding in reading and listening. Can understand familiar words and basic phrases.
- Reading – Can understand familiar name, words and very simple sentences.
- Spoken – Can interact in a simple way, repeat and rephrase things at a slower rate, can introduce yourself to others and vice versa. Can use simple sentences to describe places, things, and people.
- Writing – Can write simple messages, can fill up forms with personal details or details of others.
- Listening – Can understand phrases and vocabulary related to very basic personal and family information
- Reading – Can read short, simple text and writings
- Spoken – Can communicate in simple words, exchange information on familiar topics.
- Writing – Can write simple notes and messages
- Listening – Can understand main points and speeches on familiar matter regularly encountered in work or school
- Reading – Can understand texts that consist of words that are used every day. Can understand description of events, feelings and wishes
- Spoken – Can have conversation in an area where the language is spoken. Can give explanation for dreams, hopes, plans and opinion
- Writing – Can write simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest.
- Listening – Can understand complex texts on abstract topics
- Reading – Can read articles and point out mistakes or problems.
- Spoken – Can express himself/herself fluently and spontaneously and give the advantages and disadvantages of various options.
- Writing – Can write clear, detailed text on any subjects without hesitation
- Listening – Can understand long, complex text, extended speech even when it is not clearly structured
- Spoken – Can comment on complex subject using organizational patterns and cohesive devices. Can have flexibility in the use of language in your social or professional life
- Writing – Can write in a well-structured manner, expressing point of view in complex sentences
- Listening – Can understand everything with ease. Can summarize various sources of speech.
- Reading – Can read anything with ease including abstract, structurally or linguistically complex texts
- Spoken – Can take part effortlessly in any conversation or discussion and have a good familiarity with idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms.
- Writing – Can write clear, smooth-following text in an appropriate style.