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Arnab Bhowmik Japanese Language trainer in Kolkata

Arnab Bhowmik

Experienced Online Japanese Language Trainer

Motijhil, Kolkata, India - 700074.

25 Students

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I have done my JLPT N 2(level). 4 year of experience in Japanese Language and prepares students for JLPT. Audio Classes for Japanese and Mock tests are also conducted.
From this year onwards I have started conducting short-term courses for school students and communicative(spoken) course for individuals or groups in Japanese as well as in English.

Languages Spoken

Bengali Mother Tongue (Native)

Japanese Proficient

Hindi Proficient

English Proficient

Education

IIT Kharagpur 2012

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture 2014

Certificate course in Japanese Language

The Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services 2017

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Motijhil, Kolkata, India - 700074

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Teaches

Japanese Language classes
9 Students

Excellence Award Winner 2017

Japanese Language

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Japanese Language classes

6

Levels of Japanese Language I teach

N3 (Intermediate Level), N4 (Elementary Level), N2 (Upper-intermediate Level), N5 (Basic Level)

Profession

Working Professional

Type of student requirements I cater to

Migrating to Japan, For Employment reasons, Seeking admission in Japanese university, Other, To learn it as a Hobby, For School Curriculum

Citizen of

No

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Enter you Award details

Bachelor of Education

Lived or Worked in Japanese Speaking Country

No

Curriculum Expertise

CBSE, ICSE/ISC, International, State

Teaching at

Home

Documents (3)

Introduction into japanese

Japanese writing system

Japanese writing System

Reviews (21)

5.0 out of 5 21 reviews

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Japanese Language

"A superb way of teaching I have learned a lot within a short span of time. Highly recommended. Thank you for supporting and guiding as always. "

Arnab Bhowmik
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Japanese Language

"Always provides interesting and informative guidance and classes. Answers any type of questions and confusions without any delay even after class hours. "

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Japanese Language

"The way he teaches is simply amazing. He knows the language very well, and also looks approachable, by behaviour, which makes a big difference. He knows the rate in which you are progressing. As a result, in case you are aspiring to give exams and enhance in this specific field, he is an ideal teacher. "

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Japanese Language

"He is very methodical and knows in and out of the Japanese language. He helps me a lot to learn the language quickly. "

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FAQs

1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Japanese Language Class.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 6 years.

Lessons (1)

Self Introduction in Japanese

Subject wa(?) name/ noun desu(??) I am Avishek Dutta. subject verb name Watashi wa Avishek...

01/05/2017
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Answers by Arnab (3)

Answered on 10/01/2018 Learn Language/Spoken English

Hello, to improve in spoken English you must speak the language apart from studying or reading newspapers or watching English movies. For speaking practice try speaking with your colleagues or friends. Make it a habit that the time you will be in office you will communicate with your colleagues in English... ...more
Hello, to improve in spoken English you must speak the language apart from studying or reading newspapers or watching English movies. For speaking practice try speaking with your colleagues or friends. Make it a habit that the time you will be in office you will communicate with your colleagues in English as much as possible.
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Answered on 31/05/2016 Learn Language +3 Language/Language translation services Language/Language translation services/Others Life Skills Coaching/Career Counselling

Well, first of all i would like to say that you are in the same situation as i was three years back. I am also M.sc in chemistry and teaching in a school. 4 years back when i completed my masters i was unsure of what to do next then one day i came across an article about translator& interpreters. I always... ...more
Well, first of all i would like to say that you are in the same situation as i was three years back. I am also M.sc in chemistry and teaching in a school. 4 years back when i completed my masters i was unsure of what to do next then one day i came across an article about translator& interpreters. I always had a curiosity in Japanese language so started learning the language. 4 years later i currently teach japanese as well as work as a freelance translator. Payment is better obviously but you have to be constantly educating yourself in this field. You have to be updated and have to have zeal to learn new things. But first of all find out by yourself which language attracts you the most...In terms of payment Japanese, Chinese and German tops the list. But other languages are also good. As Japanese and Chinese are the two most difficult languages to master the payment is obviously high. So do not waver..just pick up your choice of language and start learning and keep your patience. You have to balance your job as well as your studies. Hope it helps
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Answered on 03/01/2016 Learn Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

Writing and reading Kanji like a native can be very satisfying, but it requires great deal of practice and patience. Surely there are number of ways to remember Kanji, like, flashcards and others, but in my opinion the best way to remember is writing and applying the Kanji that you have learnt so far... ...more
Writing and reading Kanji like a native can be very satisfying, but it requires great deal of practice and patience. Surely there are number of ways to remember Kanji, like, flashcards and others, but in my opinion the best way to remember is writing and applying the Kanji that you have learnt so far in texts that you write. Writing by hand is the best way to remember. Suppose you are writing "It is raining." and in the sentence you only know the Kanji of rain, so you write rain in Kanji and rest in hiragana.." ?????????” like this you write. When you study the kanji of ?????? then you use that Kanji instead of hiragana. This way eventually you will remember the vast Kanji list. Hope that helps
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Teaches

Japanese Language classes
9 Students

Excellence Award Winner 2017

Japanese Language

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Japanese Language classes

6

Levels of Japanese Language I teach

N3 (Intermediate Level), N4 (Elementary Level), N2 (Upper-intermediate Level), N5 (Basic Level)

Profession

Working Professional

Type of student requirements I cater to

Migrating to Japan, For Employment reasons, Seeking admission in Japanese university, Other, To learn it as a Hobby, For School Curriculum

Citizen of

No

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Enter you Award details

Bachelor of Education

Lived or Worked in Japanese Speaking Country

No

Curriculum Expertise

CBSE, ICSE/ISC, International, State

Teaching at

Home

Answers by Arnab Bhowmik (3)

Answered on 10/01/2018 Learn Language/Spoken English

Hello, to improve in spoken English you must speak the language apart from studying or reading newspapers or watching English movies. For speaking practice try speaking with your colleagues or friends. Make it a habit that the time you will be in office you will communicate with your colleagues in English... ...more
Hello, to improve in spoken English you must speak the language apart from studying or reading newspapers or watching English movies. For speaking practice try speaking with your colleagues or friends. Make it a habit that the time you will be in office you will communicate with your colleagues in English as much as possible.
Answers 117 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 31/05/2016 Learn Language +3 Language/Language translation services Language/Language translation services/Others Life Skills Coaching/Career Counselling

Well, first of all i would like to say that you are in the same situation as i was three years back. I am also M.sc in chemistry and teaching in a school. 4 years back when i completed my masters i was unsure of what to do next then one day i came across an article about translator& interpreters. I always... ...more
Well, first of all i would like to say that you are in the same situation as i was three years back. I am also M.sc in chemistry and teaching in a school. 4 years back when i completed my masters i was unsure of what to do next then one day i came across an article about translator& interpreters. I always had a curiosity in Japanese language so started learning the language. 4 years later i currently teach japanese as well as work as a freelance translator. Payment is better obviously but you have to be constantly educating yourself in this field. You have to be updated and have to have zeal to learn new things. But first of all find out by yourself which language attracts you the most...In terms of payment Japanese, Chinese and German tops the list. But other languages are also good. As Japanese and Chinese are the two most difficult languages to master the payment is obviously high. So do not waver..just pick up your choice of language and start learning and keep your patience. You have to balance your job as well as your studies. Hope it helps
Answers 78 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 03/01/2016 Learn Language/Foreign Language/Japanese Language

Writing and reading Kanji like a native can be very satisfying, but it requires great deal of practice and patience. Surely there are number of ways to remember Kanji, like, flashcards and others, but in my opinion the best way to remember is writing and applying the Kanji that you have learnt so far... ...more
Writing and reading Kanji like a native can be very satisfying, but it requires great deal of practice and patience. Surely there are number of ways to remember Kanji, like, flashcards and others, but in my opinion the best way to remember is writing and applying the Kanji that you have learnt so far in texts that you write. Writing by hand is the best way to remember. Suppose you are writing "It is raining." and in the sentence you only know the Kanji of rain, so you write rain in Kanji and rest in hiragana.." ?????????” like this you write. When you study the kanji of ?????? then you use that Kanji instead of hiragana. This way eventually you will remember the vast Kanji list. Hope that helps
Answers 22 Comments
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Lessons (1)

Self Introduction in Japanese

Subject wa(?) name/ noun desu(??) I am Avishek Dutta. subject verb name Watashi wa Avishek...

01/05/2017
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Arnab Bhowmik describes himself as Experienced Online Japanese Language Trainer. He conducts classes in Japanese Language. Arnab is located in Motijhil, Kolkata. Arnab takes Online Classes- via online medium. He has 6 years of teaching experience . Arnab has completed Master of Science (M.Sc.) from IIT Kharagpur in 2012 and Certificate course in Japanese Language from Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture in 2014. He is well versed in Japanese, Hindi, English and Bengali. Arnab has got 21 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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