Conversational Japanese for Beginners

This course will teach you polite, beginner level conversational Japanese to communicate with your friends in a casual manner.

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Course Highlights

  • 65 lectures containing 15 hours of video content supported by numerous downloadable Flashcard files
  • You will be able to introduce yourself and hold a formal conversation
  • You will be able to speak naturally with Japanese friends
  • Learn how to Count from 0 - 1000, plus telling the time in Japanese
  • Develop natural and fluent Japanese speech 

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Conversational Japanese for Beginners

Richard Heiney
Richard Heiney, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures65
LanguageEnglish
RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

Course Teacher

Richard Heiney

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More Info

This course brings you the opportunity to learn polite, beginner level conversational Japanese with a strong emphasis on correct and natural sounding speech, but also will enable you to communicate with your friends in a casual manner. This course is perfect for beginner level Japanese speakers wanting to learn the essentials of conversational Japanese, but also more casual phrases to use with friends.

Richard Heiney takes great care in addressing the most subtle of differences between various words and particles, which is a hugely important aspect of the Japanese language, but is being ignored by most modern courses and textbooks. This course takes the form of text showing videos so that you can hear and see the words that are being taught enabling you to remember everything better.

Take this course and learn how to communicate with all types of people in Japanese, whether you want a very formal understanding of the language or a more casual version that you can use with friends. You will have a natural sounding accent, that will be clear and understood by whoever you are talking to.

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