Listen to a Special Audio Message, in Japanese, from the creator of Rocket Japanese Premium, Sayaka Matsuura…
Listen To A Very Special Audio Message, in English, from Rocket Japanese Premium Host, Kenny Squire…
My name is David Marshall, and when I got the opportunity to move from the United States to Japan for my job I jumped on it without thinking twice…
I was about to embark on an adventure abroad… I’d get to eat, breathe and experience a whole new culture. There was just one little problem, I couldn’t speak a single word of Japanese.
The old classroom method is slow, time consuming, expensive, frustrating and usually fails completely, if you keep going for more than a few weeks that is. Yes most people give up pretty quick…
The new interactive methods are expensive, seem like fun at the start but end up becoming boring, monotonous, time consuming and frustrating about as fast as the classroom.
The people say my Japanese is very good and always ask me where I am learning it from so I always recommend them to this website.
I cannot wait to check the rest of them! I would recommend NIHONGO Japanese lesson anyone who is interested in learning to speak, read, or write Japanese.
According to The Japan Foundation level 4 is reached after approximately 150 hours of study. Examinees are expected to have mastered the basic elements of grammar, know around 100 Kanji and 800 words, have the ability to engage in simple conversations and read and write short, simple sentences. That is a lot of work to get through. Do you have 150 hours to study?
According to The Japan Foundation level 3 is reached after approximately 300 hours of study. Examinees should know around 300 Kanji and 1500 words, and be able to take part in everyday conversation and have the ability to read and write simple sentences.
“I gotta say your Speak Japanese Fluently lessons really helped me out on my recent visit to Japan. I was able to use much of what I learned in your video lessons – ordering food, shopping, taking the train. I was even able to buy medicine from a chemist. Many Thanks”
To: To All Students Who Want To Move Beyond The Basics And Start Having Real Conversations in Japanese With Native Speakers!