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Answered on 02 Apr Learn Japanese Language and Culture +1 Japanese Language

International Multilingual Academy

You can work with us, I am having lots of foreign students.
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Answered on 17/07/2021 Learn Japanese Language and Culture

Sakuraa Institute Of Japanese Language

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It's not necessary, but if you want to work in a Japanese company, you need a language certificate. So you have to appear in JLPT/ NAT examination. Japanese companies require it. If it's your hobby, then a certificate is not required.
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Answered on 12/07/2021 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +1 Japanese Language

Prachi Jain

Japanese and Hindi language Trainer

Hi, The Japanese language has five levels like JLPT N5, N4, N3, N2 and N1. If we talk about the N5 level, it includes scripts, reading, writing and listening to the Japanese language. It's an 80-100 hours course, and the book I refer to is "Minna no Nihongo", which covers 1- 25 chapters. Same for N4... read more

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The Japanese language has five levels like JLPT N5, N4, N3, N2 and N1. If we talk about the N5 level, it includes scripts, reading, writing and listening to the Japanese language. It's an 80-100 hours course, and the book I refer to is "Minna no Nihongo", which covers 1- 25 chapters. Same for N4 or N3, it will take at least 80-100 hours for each level. For job purposes, you should go at least till N3.
Thanks!

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Lesson Posted on 14/07/2020 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +1 Japanese Language

Lesson 1

Japanese Institute Of Foreign Language

Japanese Institute Of Foreign Language( ) one of the most prestigious Language Institute of Rajasthan...

Vocabulary Words used in the Pattern Word Japanese Reading English Readimng I Watashi We Watashi-Tachi You Anata Engineer Enjinia Student Gakusei India Indo Suffix meaning nationality -Jin ... read more

Vocabulary Words used in the Pattern

 

Word

Japanese

Reading

English

Readimng

I わたし Watashi
We わたしたち Watashi-Tachi
You あなた Anata
Engineer エンジニア Enjinia
Student がくせい Gakusei
India インド Indo
Suffix meaning nationality ーじん -Jin

 

PATTERN - Noun 1 wa Noun 2 Desu. (Noun1 は Noun 2 です。)

The particle Wa (は) indicates that the words before it is the topic of the sentence. You select a noun you want to talk about, add Wa (は) to show that it is the topic and give a statement about the topic.

 

 

Example :-

  1. Watashi wa Maiku Miraa desu.       わたしは マイク・ミラーです。            I am Mike Miller
  2. Watashi wa Enjinia desu.              わたしは エンジニアです。                  I am  an Engineer.
  3. Anata wa Gakusei desu.               あなた は がくせい です。           You are a Student.
  4. Watashi-Tachi wa Indo-Jin desu.    わたしたち は インドじん です。    We are Indians.

 

Nouns used with Desu(です) work as predicates.

  • Desu(です) indicates judgment or assertion.
  • Desu(です) also conveys that the speaker is being polite towards the listener.

 

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Lesson Posted on 16/04/2018 Learn Japanese Language and Culture

Nihongo - Japanese

Deepali Gulati

I have completed my high school from Delhi Public School, Rohini in Commerce with Maths. Completed...

Nihongo - Japanese Japanese or Nihongo is a formation of 3 parts: Hiragana Katakana Kanji Hiragana Japanese written characters. Katakana Foreign words in Japanese. Kanji A pictorial description of words. In Japanese, there is no L It is R instead of L, for instance, London... read more

Nihongo - Japanese

Japanese or Nihongo is a formation of 3 parts:

  • Hiragana
  • Katakana
  • Kanji

Hiragana

 Japanese written characters.

 

Katakana

Foreign words in Japanese.

 

Kanji

A pictorial description of words.

 

In Japanese, there is no L

It is R instead of L, for instance,

London - Rondon

 

Japanese is the 3rd most difficult language in the world. But if you will try to learn it, it is the most fun language. If I was able to learn so can you.

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Answered on 21/03/2018 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +1 Japanese Language

Taniya B.

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1) Every language curriculum is designed in levels of learning and that is the right way to learn and analyse our knowledge . Japanese language curriculum is designed and planned into 5 levels of learning from Beginners to advance level by the Japanese Government prospects named as JLPT levels (Japanese... read more

1) Every language curriculum is designed in levels of learning and that is the right way to learn and analyse our knowledge .

Japanese language curriculum is designed and planned into 5 levels of learning from Beginners to advance level by the Japanese Government prospects named as JLPT levels (Japanese Language Proficiency test) 

N5 is basic - N1 is advance

JLPT exams are held twice an year in July and December and each level needs 5-6 months to prepare for efficiently.

Therefore , to learn Japanese level one needs 2-3 years to master ( one can find a good job after doing N3)

2) There are many private institutes , private teachers .

Language also taught in Universities . ( DU and JNU)

Depends on the time one can devote ,the person opts for an institute or university.

Detailed literature and history of Japan is taught in Universities.

3)Worth is parallel to the background you are already into.

There are many career opportunities.

Amongst all foreign languages , Japanese language is best in scope in India. 

4) Out of 3 scripts ,Kanjis are the most Difficult in the language.

It is recommended to practice spoken skills from the very beginning . This is the key to find a good job easily and obviously Kanjis and Grammar will take hold with time too.

Thank You 

 

 

 

 

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Asked on 30/05/2017 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +2 Chinese Language and Culture German Language

I want to learn foreign languages like Korean and Chinese. Is it good to take online classes? If yes... read more
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Lesson Posted on 06/03/2017 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +1 Japanese Language

Common Words in Japanese

Priya

I am basically computer science engineer. I was in Japan for 8 years. I worked there as bilingual IT...

Konichiwa - Hello! (Lit - Good day!) Ohayou! Good morning! Arigato! - Thank you! (Domo) Arigato gozaimashi-ta! - Thank you very much (Formal) Do Itashimashite - ¦You're welcome.Sankyuu - Thank you (Informal) Jya (or Ja) na! - See you later! (Informal/masculine) Jya ne! - See you later! (Inf/feminine)... read more

Konichiwa - Hello! (Lit - Good day!)
Ohayou! Good morning!
Arigato! - Thank you!
(Domo) Arigato gozaimashi-ta! - Thank you very much (Formal)
Do Itashimashite - ¦You're welcome.
Sankyuu - Thank you (Informal)
Jya (or Ja) na! - See you later! (Informal/masculine)
Jya ne! - See you later! (Inf/feminine)
Itai! - Ouch!
Itai yo! - This will hurt!
Ikuze! - Let's go! (Informal)
Ikuzo! - Let's go! (Informal)
Ike! - Go!
Iku wa yo! - Let's go! (F)
Dasena! - Pathetic!
Nasae kanai! - Pitiful!
Soushi! - Pathetic!
Tanoshikitta! - That was fun!
Iku yo! - Let's go! (Inf/feminine)
Hai! - Yes!
Iie! - No!S

Sou ka! -  I see!
Baka - Idiot/Silly/Stupid
Kuso! - Shit!/Damn!
Shimatta! - Shit!/Damn!
Che! - Damn!
Doushita? _What's wrong?
Asobi wa awari da! - Playtime is over!
Shine! - Die!
Senpukuu - Suicide
Yareyare - Geez! (This is the Japanese equivalent of a tired or dissapointed
sigh)
Nani? - What?
Nan do? - What is it?
Nani da yo? - What are you doing?
Doushite/Naze? - Why?
Hajime! - Start!/Begin!
Saa, hajime na sou ka. - Now, let's begin.
Ichi, ni, san, shi, go, roku, shichi, hachi, kuu, juu - 1-10
Shi - death
Yon - Four
Yatsu - Eight or fellow
Yatsura - Those people or they
Aoi - Blue
Shiro - White
Yuki - Snow
Seiyuu - Japanese voice actor/actress
Yoshi! - Alright! (As in "Alright. I have the clothes in.")
Yosha! - Alright! (slang)
Watashi wa Jazzie desu. - I am Jazzie. (You say your name.)
Watakushi wa Jazzie desu. - See above. (More formal)
Watashi aishiteru. - I love you.
Gomen! - Sorry!
Gomen nasai! - I'm very sorry! (Formal)
Anta yatsu! - That creep!
Genki - Energetic
Uttini! - Wrong!
Yoku dekashiita! - Well done!
Yuujin - friend
Kodomo - Child
Omocha - Toy
Hashi - Bridge or chopsticks
Aachi - Arch
Buranketto - Blanket
Ocha - Tea
Bento - Boxed meal
Tenshi - Angel
Tenchi - Heaven and Earth
Hana - Flower or nose
Sakura - Cherry blossom
Saku - Bloom
Gaijin - Foreigner
Fushigi - Mysterious or miraculous
Yuugi - Play or game
Kanchou - Captain
Kawaiiku ne - Uncute
Kawaisou - sad, pitiful, poor, pathetic
Genki - energetic
Genki desu ka? - Are you okay?/How are you?
Genki desu ka - I am fine.
Somona shine! - Die as you are!
Sugoi! - Wonderful!
Ikasi! - Cool!
Onesan - Elder sister (F)
Onisan - Elder brother (F)
Neko - Cat
Inu - Dog
Aniki - Big bro (M)
Aneki - Big sis (M)
Jijou - Circumstances
Kareshi - His or boyfriend
Kanojo - Her or girlfriend
Shukufuku - Blessing

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Answered on 27/01/2017 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +1 Advanced Placement Tests Coaching

Please tell me the requirements to become a japanese language teaching professional or professor.

Stanford English Academy

Dear Hellsong, Are you Japanese ? if you are Japanese, I don't think it will be difficult for you to get yourself a job for teaching Japanease language. But if you are local/Indian, I feel you need to get enroll in Good Japanese language school.
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Answered on 21/05/2018 Learn Japanese Language and Culture +2 Advanced Placement Tests Coaching Japanese Language

Ashish Badhani

Language Expert

You can download the application form of AMIE from www.ieindia.org
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