Varsha S.

Whitefield, Bangalore, India - 560066

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Varsha S.

Japanese Language Trainer

Whitefield, Bangalore, India- 560066.

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I have 7 years of teaching experience of Japanese Language to corporates & school kids. I have stayed in Japan for 5+ years and I am well verse with the culture, general behavior and professional work environment.
Currently I am based in Bangalore & take home tuitions for-
1. JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) N4, N5.
2. Survival Japanese course for short term visits.
3. CBSC school curriculum of Japanese Language.

Languages Spoken

English

Japanese

Hindi

Education

Gorakhpur Univercity 1993

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Address

Whitefield, Bangalore, India - 560066

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Japanese Language classes Overview

Japanese Language classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Japanese Language classes

8

Years of stay in Japanese Speaking Country

6

Gallery (5)

N5 Batch Dec'18

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Reviews (15)

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4.9 out of 5.0 15 reviews

4.9/515
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15 Feb, 2019

Yugal attended Japanese Language

"I did a crash course with Varsha san for basic Japanese language in Johannesburg while she was visiting and found her to be effective. "

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11 Feb, 2019

Sneha attended Japanese Language

"I am very thankful to Varsha sensei for not only teaching me the language but also encouraging me to take up the certification. I passed my N5 level all because of her continuous support and guidance. Her passion for Japanese language and teaching is commendable. Her way of teaching is very structured and enjoyable. I strongly recommend her. "

Reply by Varsha

Thank you so much Sneha. It was pleasure teaching you. Now work hard for next level.

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05 Dec, 2018

Ravi M S attended Japanese Language

"It was an wonderful learning experience and I have learned a lot and learned not only Language also about Japanese Culture and their Values. Thanks for giving an opportunity to learn. "

Reply by Varsha

Thank you so much Ravi san for writing such kind review. Looking forward for the next session. Thanks & Regards, Varsha

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02 Dec, 2018

Neha Singh Kashyap attended Japanese Language

"Varsha mam is very professional, She has deep knowledge of culture and the language, She helped me learned the language at my pace.The best part is she is very flexible with the class timings which helps professional like us to manage the studies well with the job pressure. I highly recommend her . "

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Lessons (3)

Two Common Daily Use Japanese Expressions

Itadakimasu and Gochisousama: There is a custom to begin and end your meal with a greeting that expresses your gratitude toward the food itself. There is a life force that exists within food, and,...

13/09/2017
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Bowing in Japan

Bowing is perhaps the best-known form of Japanese etiquette. Bowing is so important in Japan that most companies provide training to their employees on the right execution of the act. The custom of bowing...

20/02/2017
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Traditional Japanese Breakfast

A traditional Japanese breakfast is likely different from any other kind of breakfast you'll ever experience. It consists of foods that make up a complete meal that one could conceivably enjoy at lunch...

20/02/2017
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Answers by Varsha (7)

Answered on 30/08/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

Learning any language on your own is little challenging. But to develop interest you can start with basic YouTube video lessons. To learn the correct script writing, pronunciation & structured learning you will need a teacher.
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Answered on 20/05/2017 Language/Hindi Language Language/Hindi Language/Hindi Speaking Language/Hindi Language/Reading

Internet is full of learning material. You can start with watching Hindi movies/videos with subtitles in your preferred language and you can also take Hindi lessons from YouTube.
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Answered on 13/07/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

There are lot of books which will tell a story for that kanji or some explanation based on the character. Or else you can make your own story which will help you memorise it.
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Answered on 13/07/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

Like English, are there any tenses in Japanese language?

Yes! There are but little different than English. Japanese verb forms have two main tenses, the present and the past. There is no future tense. The present tense is used for future and habitual action as well.
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Answered on 11/07/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

What is the best way of studying vocab and kanji?

Make your own dictionary and every day add new words. Learn opposite words together, such as high-low, up-down, beautiful-ugly. When learning verbs, associate it with noun like listening music, singing song, drinking water, going school. For Kanji make your own story in your mind of that kanji/picture,... ...more
Make your own dictionary and every day add new words. Learn opposite words together, such as high-low, up-down, beautiful-ugly. When learning verbs, associate it with noun like listening music, singing song, drinking water, going school. For Kanji make your own story in your mind of that kanji/picture, it will help you to memorise.
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Japanese Language classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Japanese Language classes

8

Years of stay in Japanese Speaking Country

6

Answers by Varsha (7)

Answered on 30/08/2017 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

Learning any language on your own is little challenging. But to develop interest you can start with basic YouTube video lessons. To learn the correct script writing, pronunciation & structured learning you will need a teacher.
Answers 12 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 20/05/2017 Language/Hindi Language Language/Hindi Language/Hindi Speaking Language/Hindi Language/Reading

Internet is full of learning material. You can start with watching Hindi movies/videos with subtitles in your preferred language and you can also take Hindi lessons from YouTube.
Answers 41 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 13/07/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

There are lot of books which will tell a story for that kanji or some explanation based on the character. Or else you can make your own story which will help you memorise it.
Answers 22 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 13/07/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

Like English, are there any tenses in Japanese language?

Yes! There are but little different than English. Japanese verb forms have two main tenses, the present and the past. There is no future tense. The present tense is used for future and habitual action as well.
Answers 2 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 11/07/2016 Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

What is the best way of studying vocab and kanji?

Make your own dictionary and every day add new words. Learn opposite words together, such as high-low, up-down, beautiful-ugly. When learning verbs, associate it with noun like listening music, singing song, drinking water, going school. For Kanji make your own story in your mind of that kanji/picture,... ...more
Make your own dictionary and every day add new words. Learn opposite words together, such as high-low, up-down, beautiful-ugly. When learning verbs, associate it with noun like listening music, singing song, drinking water, going school. For Kanji make your own story in your mind of that kanji/picture, it will help you to memorise.
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Lessons (3)

Two Common Daily Use Japanese Expressions

Itadakimasu and Gochisousama: There is a custom to begin and end your meal with a greeting that expresses your gratitude toward the food itself. There is a life force that exists within food, and,...

13/09/2017
0 0
0
Bowing in Japan

Bowing is perhaps the best-known form of Japanese etiquette. Bowing is so important in Japan that most companies provide training to their employees on the right execution of the act. The custom of bowing...

20/02/2017
0 0
0
Traditional Japanese Breakfast

A traditional Japanese breakfast is likely different from any other kind of breakfast you'll ever experience. It consists of foods that make up a complete meal that one could conceivably enjoy at lunch...

20/02/2017
0 0
0

Varsha S. describes herself as Japanese Language Trainer. She conducts classes in Japanese Language. Varsha is located in Whitefield, Bangalore. Varsha takes Regular Classes- at her Home and Online Classes- via online medium. She has 8 years of teaching experience . Varsha has completed Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) from Gorakhpur Univercity in 1993. She is well versed in English, Japanese and Hindi. Varsha has got 15 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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