We understand the importance of flexibility, and efforts are made to accommodate students’ schedules. Depending on the course format, there may be options for choosing between different class timings or study modes to suit individual needs.
JLPT N4 Class FAQs
JLPT N4 Class frequently asked questions
While the primary focus is on language proficiency, cultural appreciation is an integral part of the course. Optional cultural immersion activities may be offered to enhance students’ understanding of Japanese culture.
The course tuition typically covers all the necessary materials and assessments. However, it is essential to inquire about any potential additional fees or expenses during the enrollment process.
To ensure personalized attention and effective learning, we maintain a small class size, typically limited to a specific number of students.
Yes, students enrolling in the JLPT N4 Class are expected to have completed a beginner-level Japanese course or have a basic understanding of Japanese grammar, vocabulary, and kanji.
The course includes textbooks, workbooks, audio resources, visual aids, and access to an online platform with supplementary resources to support language learning.
The JLPT N4 Class spans a total of 150 hours of study, distributed over a specific period to ensure comprehensive coverage of the curriculum while accommodating other commitments.
After completing the course, students are expected to have gained cultural insights, survival skills, and functional knowledge of kanji and vocabulary required for the JLPT N4 level. They will be better equipped to interact in Japanese and appreciate Japanese culture.
The course is ideal for individuals who have completed a beginner-level Japanese course or possess basic knowledge of Japanese grammar, vocabulary, and kanji. It caters to language enthusiasts, travelers, and those interested in studying or working in Japan.
The JLPT N4 Class is an intermediate-level Japanese language course that prepares students for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N4 level. It focuses on developing language skills, cultural understanding, and proficiency required for everyday interactions and basic survival in Japan.