皆さん日本語コースへようこそ! Welcome to this Japanese course!
Allow us to be your guides in your Japanese studying journey with this Complete Hiragana and
Katakana course. I do know that studying a brand new language from scratch may be overwhelming, however
worry not! We tried to create a course that will be quick, easy, and straight ahead. This
course doesn’t require any prior expertise, all you want is an eagerness to study!
Your course teacher has greater than 8 years of expertise of finding out about Japan and
Japanese language. She has lived, labored, and studied in Japan, the place she realized extra
concerning the nuanced particulars of the language. She has additionally been educating languages for over six
years, and Japanese for over three years. So that you’re in good palms!
Let’s take our first step and study Hiragana and Katakana collectively.
On this course you’ll study:
What’s the goal of Hiragana and Katakana;
How Hiragana appears to be like and capabilities;
The best way to learn and write Hiragana syllables;
Hiragana diacritical marks;
Hiragana contracted sounds;
Hiragana double consonants;
Hiragana extended vowels;
Variations between related hiragana characters;
The best way to learn and write Katakana syllables;
Katakana diacritical marks;
Katakana contracted sounds;
Katakana double consonants;
Katakana extended vowels;
Variations between related katakana characters;
102 new vocabulary phrases in Hiragana and Katakana;
To jot down the characters of Hiragana and Katakana in a stupendous approach.
On the finish of the course it is possible for you to to jot down down any Japanese phrase in Hiragana and
Katakana. And also you’ll be properly in your technique to studying Japanese phrases, grammar, and kanji!
Your course undertaking is to have a look at the vocabulary checklist supplied on this course, and select 10 phrases
to jot down down in Hiragana and Katakana. If you happen to’re very motivated – attempt to write down all of them.
On this approach you’ll not solely apply writing, however may also develop your vocabulary.
Are you prepared? Let’s get began! 🙂