Japanese Beginner N5 (日本語)

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Course overview

Japanese language course for beginners. The “Japanese JLPT N5 course” emphasizes ACTIVE command of Japanese, not passive knowledge. Your goal is not simply to study the grammar and vocabulary, but to acquire skills necessary to use them in a linguistically and culturally appropriate way.

By the end of the course, you will be able to carry on a (basic) daily conversation with Japanese people.

Each chapter begins with a parallel, bilingual text with pronunciation, grammar, followed by dialogues that deal with common topics. Expressions and cultural facts are presented through the dialogues. To reinforce your comprehension, there are examples and AI-powered interactive activities, which helps in building all 4 skills of a language.

After completing the JLPT N5 Japanese language course, the students can take JLPT N5 exam and get certified. The students enrolled into this course, get free access to JLPT N5 mock exam.

What you will learn?
  • Express thoughts and communicate in the beginner level of Japanese with native Japanese speakers
  • Identify the kanji etymology as well as use it in basic vocabulary required for the JLPT/NAT 5 examination level
  • Be able to read and write the 100 kanji of the official JLPT N5 list
  • Gain knowledge required to take N5 certification and become N5 certified professional
Requirements
  • No prior Japanese knowledge needed
  • Basic English skills

Curriculum for this course
123 Modules - 27m 3s
Writing System
14 Modules 00:04:37 Hours
  • Hiragana, katakana, kanji
  • Classroom Expressions
  • Greetings
  • Culture: Japanese greeting 00:00:42
  • Numbers ( 1 to 10 million)
  • Greetings 1 00:01:44
  • Greetings 2 00:02:11
  • Hiragana chart
  • Katakana chart
  • Combined hiragana & katakana chart
  • Hiragana practise sheet
  • Katakana practise sheet
  • Practice: Writings
  • Practice: Hiragana & katakana
  • Vocabulary: Kana
  • Grammar 1: x は y です
  • Grammar 2: Question Sentences
  • Grammar 3: noun1 の noun2
  • Expression 1: Age
  • Expression 2: Meeting someone
  • Expression 3: Time
  • Video 1: Time & Numbers 00:01:17
  • Video 2: Particles 00:01:32
  • Video 3: Self-Introduction 00:01:29
  • Dialogue: かいわ
  • Video 4: Lesson dialogue 00:01:10
  • Exercise 1: desu / wa
  • Exercise 2: Sentence formation
  • Exercise 3: Numbers
  • Listening 1
  • Listening 2
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar 1: これ/それ/あれ/どれ
  • Grammar 2: この/その/あの/どの + noun
  • Grammar 3: ここ/そこ/あそこ/どこ
  • Grammar 4: だれの noun
  • Grammar 5: noun も
  • Grammar 6: nounじゃないです
  • Grammar 7: 〜ね/〜よ
  • Expression 1: Asking price
  • Expression 2: Japanese currency
  • Video: Grammar 00:04:02
  • Dialogue かいわ
  • Video: Lesson dialogue 00:02:20
  • Exercise 1: Particle mo
  • Exercise 2: Ask a question
  • Exercise 3: kore/sore/are
  • Exercise 4: Translation
  • Vocabulary: Kana
  • Grammar 1: Basic Verb Conjugation
  • Grammar 2: Present tense
  • Grammar 3: Particles (で, に, へ, を)
  • Grammar 4: Time Reference
  • Grammar 5: ~ませんか
  • Grammar 6: Word Order
  • Grammar 7: Frequency Adverbs
  • Grammar 8: Topic Particle は (Not always subject)
  • Video: Grammar 00:03:22
  • Video: Lesson dialogue 00:01:02
  • Exercise 1: All about verbs
  • Exercise 2: Particles
  • Exercise 3: Form Sentences
  • Exercise 4: Reading & Translation
  • Vocabulary: Kana
  • Grammar 1: Xがあります/ います
  • Grammar 2: Describing Where Things Are
  • Grammar 3: Past Tense
  • Grammar 4: Particle も
  • Grammar 5: いちじかん
  • Grammar 6: たくさん
  • Grammar 7: Particle と
  • Expression 1: Days / weeks / months / years
  • Video: Grammar 00:04:27
  • Video: Lesson dialogue 00:01:45
  • Exercise 1: Location words
  • Exercise 2: Time expression
  • Exercise 3: Sentences
  • Exercise 4: Particles
  • Exercise 5: Translation
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar 1: Counting
  • Grammar 2: suki, kirai
  • Grammar 3: Degree expressions
  • Grammar 4: masho
  • Grammar 5: Adjectives
  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar 1: -temoiidesu, -tewaikemasen
  • Grammar 2: -kara
  • Grammar 3: te -form
  • Grammar 4: -tekudasai
  • Grammar 5: -mashoka
  • Grammar 6: Describing two activities
  • Expression 1: Directions
  • Grammar 1: Counting people
  • Grammar 2: -ni iku
  • Grammar 3: te -form joining sentences
  • Grammar 4: -teiru
  • Grammar 5: Descriptions
  • Grammar 1: nanika, nanimo
  • Grammar 2: Particle ga
  • Grammar 3: Verbs as nouns
  • Grammar 4: Short forms
  • Grammar 5: -nai-de-kudasai
  • Grammar 1: Short form (past)
  • Grammar 2: mada-te-imasen
  • Grammar 3: -kara (explanation within sentence)
  • Grammar 4: Qualifying nouns with verbs and adjectives
  • Grammar 1: Comparison
  • Grammar 2: -tsumorida
  • Grammar 3: Particle de
  • Grammar 4: no as a pronoun
  • Grammar 5: naru (to become)
  • Grammar 6: doko-kani, doko-nimo
  • Grammar 1: -tai
  • Grammar 2: Connecting nouns with ya
  • Grammar 3: -kotoga-aru
  • Grammar 4: -tari-tarisuru
  • Grammar 1: -sugiru
  • Grammar 2: -node
  • Grammar 3: -n-desu
  • Grammar 4: ho ga ii desu
  • Grammar 5: -desho
  • Grammar 6: -nakucha-ikemasen
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This course includes:
  • 00:27:03 Hours
  • 123 Modules
  • Access on mobile and tv
  • Full lifetime access