Japanese Language Course - Job Guarantee Program

  • 80 Hrs (65 Hrs Training+10 Hrs GD+5 Hrs Exam Prep)
  • Gain Proficiency in 4 writing systems of the Japanese Language: Kaji, Hiragana, katakana, Romaji
  • Prepare for the JLPT, a Japanese Proficiency Exams

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Japanese Language Course

Learn the most fast-paced spoken language of the world in Henry HarvinⓇ. Japanese language course in Henry HarvinⓇ aims to develop the interpersonal skills of the candidates.  The course is designed to gain an excellent knowledge of the Japanese language at 5 different levels. The training program is divided into 5 levels.

Elementary level- N5: This is the basic level of the Japanese language test. This level will help you to know the basics of Japanese i.e sentence structure, typical expressions written in hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji as well as spoken conversation. 

Pre-Intermediate level- N4: This level is the second level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. This level consists of grammar and vocabulary.

Intermediate Level- N3: This level is the bridging level. It teaches linguistic skills expressed in terms of language activities like reading and writing.

Pre-Advanced level-N2: This level is divided into three sections i.e reading comprehension, language knowledge, and listening comprehension. 

Advanced level-N1: This level seems to be difficult. It consists of reading kanji, books, magazines, and newspapers in Japanese. This level will give you complete knowledge of the Japanese language

9 in 1 Course

  • Training:  Two-way Live Online Interactive Session

                               N5 Basic: 80 Hours | N5 Advanced: 80 Hours

                               N4 Basic: 80 Hours | N4 Advanced: 80 Hours

                               N3: 80 Hours

                               N2: 80 Hours

                               N1: 80 Hours            

  • Projects: Facility to undergo projects in Japanese Language, implementation and more
  • Internship: To gain practical knowledge in Japanese Language
  • Certification: Get certification of Japanese Language training course from Henry Harvin® Govt. of India recognized and award-winning Institute
  • Placement: 100% Placement Support for one-year post successful completion
  • E-learning: Access to abundant tools and techniques, video content, assessment, and more
  • Masterclass: Regular 52+ Masterclass session over next 12 months
  • Hackathons: Free access to #AskHenry hackathons and competitions
  • Membership: Get 1-year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Language Academy for the Japanese Language Training Course

Trainers at Henry Harvin®

  • Most renowned industry trainers with 11+ years of working experience
  • Have been invited for 120+ keynotes classes for the Japanese Language course
  • Have delivered 155+ lectures and are currently impaneled as domain experts with Henry Harvin® Language Academy

Gold Membership Benefits

  • Avail 1 year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Language Academy that includes E-Learning Access through recorded videos, games, projects CPDSPe studies
  • Free Bootcamp Session for 1 year
  • Earn the Prestigious Henry Harvin® Alumni Status and become one of the reputed  3,00,000 + Alumni across the Globe Guaranteed Internship with Henry HarvinⓇ or partner firms
  • Weekly 10+ job opportunities offered
  • Experience industry projects during the Training

Learning Benefits

  • Learning Japanese aims to develop competence in accomplishing tasks in Japanese
  • Broaden your perspective on Japanese culture and understand with clarity
  • Learn Japanese language fonts for example-

 猿フ移 (hello) 因違ドバ嵐 (how is your day going?)

 萎ヒポ (fine thank you!) ,and a lot more

  • Become a confident speaker by enhancing your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in Japanese language
  • Communicate habitual actions in better way
  • Japanese language will help greater with greater language sensitivity
  • Speaking Japanese fluently will make you stand out and offer you unique perspective as compared to your peers
  • Advance cross-cultural skills and get familiar with cultural dimensions

Career Benefits

  • On learning the Japanese language get better scope for jobs such as Translator, Interpreter or a Trainer
  • Learn Japanese with less competition, a high competitive edge, and better pay
  • Boost your professional value by understanding Linguistics and Translation
  • Distinguish your profile from peers and get promoted
  • Get hired by international brands like Amazon, Google, JP Morgan, and other topmost industries
  • Improve your CV and Linkedin profile with professional and technical development
  • Get job security with exceptional career growth
  • Connect with people globally in the arena of Japanese Language
Course Curriculum

N5 Basic Level

Preview

Module 1: Introduction

In this module, learn Japanese Language, reading and writing grounds of Japanese and special accents

  • Ice Breaker- Learning Matrix explanation
  • Introduction to the 3 Scripts
  • Basic Accents in Japanese Language- アクセント

Module 2: Hiragana Syllabary

Learn the basic script understanding and learn methods to learn and usage, word formation, and reading

  • Phonetics of Hiragana, Stroke Order- ひらがな書き順
  • あ/ か/ さ groups
  • な/ た は groups and words
  • ま/ ら/ わ/ ん groups and words
  • Writing and Reading words in Hiragana
  • Derivatives concept が ざ だ ば ぱ- Phonetics Jump
  • Stress Sounds- Double sounds
  • Long Sounds
  • Reading/Writing of Hiragana Words- 読み書き練習

Module 3: Katakana Syllabary

Learn about second Script of Japanese Language

  • Significance of Katakana- Phonetics
  • Stroke Order ア から ン まで
  • Long Sounds- いい、えい、うう、おう
  • Derivatives concept ガ ザ ダ バ パ
  • Stress Sounds- つ使い
  • Word Formation of Foreign Words
  • Important Katakana Words List and formation

Module 4: Greetings/Expressions

Learn about special greetings used in Japanese Language

  • 挨拶
  • 表現

Module 5: Beginners Terminologies

小学語彙

  • Days of the Week- 月曜から日曜まで
  • Numbers 1-100
  • 30 words vocabulary
  • Months of the Year- 一月から12月まで
  • Significance of Prefixes and Suffixes- お、語、人

Module 6: Verbs

同士

  • Verbs Types and description/ Sentence Syntax- 文章図栗
  • Desu/ Usage/Basic Tenses- です作り方
  • Arimasu/Usage/Basic Tenses- あります作り方
  • Masu/Usage/Basic Tenses- ます形作り方
  • Verb List- 語彙リスト
  • Subject Verb relation

Module 7: Counter Suffixes

Learn the usage of special Unit suffixes words

  • Suffixes as per the category.e.g. だい、まい、人-   台,まい、人、かい、がい、はい

Module 8: Introduction to Particles

上司

  • Significance of Particles in a sentence
  • は で に を と も から まで - 上司使い方
  • Sentence Formation- 文章作り方
  • 復習

Module 9: Introduction to Adverbs

副詞

  • とても あまり だんだん、ますますなど

Module 10: Introduction to Adjectives

形容詞

  • Types of Adjectives and its Mechanism- 形容詞類
  • いAdjectives & Tenses of I Adjectives- い形容詞
  • Na Adjectives & Tenses of Na- Adjectives- な形容詞

Module 11: Introduction to Kanjis

漢字紹介

  • Understanding the Origin and its geometry
  • Stroke Order and its significance
  • Kanjis and its readings- 音読み及び訓読み
  • Usage of Kanjis in a sentence- 文章付き漢字

Module 12: Conversation Ethics

Learn special expressions and conversation put up as per Japanese Culture

  • Kaiwa as per Japanese Culture- 会話表現
  • Jiko Shoukai- 自己紹介
  • Asking Questions- どうして、どれ、どの、どこ
N5 Advance Level

Preview

Module 1: Introduction to N5 Advance

Learn about JLPT N5 Preparation, revision of Kanjis learnt in basic and JLPT N5 first 20 Kanjis

  • JLPT N5- Learning Matrix explanation
  • Kanji of Number and time- 数字漢字, 時間漢字
  • Readings and Stroke order- 漢字意味及び読み書き

Module 2: Verbs

Enhance your knowledge by usage of Verbs

  • V ましょう- 文章作り
  • V た- 文章作り
  • 形- 文章作り
  • V辞書形-文章作り
  • V普通形- V普通形作り方
  • 文章翻訳及び意味わかり- 読み書き練習

Module 3: Phrases

Learn Can Do, And / And Etc Phrase, Toka/Toka Phrase

  • ことができる, ことがある- 文章作り, 会話表現
  • や や など
  • とか とか V

Module 4: Conversation Cont

Asking Questions using expressions/Replying Questions and Using Adjectives in Conversation

  • そうですね, そうですか, ええと- 会話表現
  • すきです
  • 嫌いです- 文章作り方

Module 5: Special Adjectives

Learn using Correct form of Adjectives while conversing

  • が 欲しい です- 得意形容詞

Module 6: Telling Time

Learn using Japanese style of telling time, Sentence Practice using verbs/Adjectives and Adverbs, Reading Skills Progress

  • 何時, 何時間, 午前, 午後, ごろ, ぐらい- 会話表現
  • 形容詞付き, 副詞形容詞付き- 文章作り練習及び説明
  • Comprehensions solving- 読解問題

Module 7: Verbs Cont..

Learn plain Forms of the verbs and phrases using Plain forms cont..

  • たけい, たりたりする- 文章付き
  • たりたりする, たけいあとで, 辞書形前に

Module 8: Kanjis Cont..

Learn 20 More kanjis Including Adjectives, Practice Kanjis in Sentences, Dictation of Kanjis for better Practice

  • Meaning Stroke order and Readings
  • 訓読み付き言葉- 練習
  • 訓読み付き言葉- 練習
  • 復習

Module 9: Adverbs Cont.. 

Understand adverbs sensitivity

  • どんどん, もともと, 時々, 色々, わざわざ, だいたい, ずいぶん- 意味付き文章作り方

Module 10: Adjectives Cont..

形容詞, Usage of Correct Adjectives in Kaiwa

  • Complex Adjectives with its correct usage- 形容詞類, 文章付き, 注意すること
  • 素敵ですね, へたです, 上手です, 嫌いです, ほしいです

Module 11: Verbs Forms Cont..

Continuous / State denoting forms and usage in Phrases

  • てけい- て形作り方, 文法付き, 文章付き
  • V手てから
  • Vて います
  • 置いておいてください。

Module 12: Listening Practice Cont..

Preparation of Listening Section for JLPT N5

  • 聴解会話

Module 13: JLPT Paper Practice

Understand JLPT Paper attempt

  • Reading and Grammar section- 読解と文法
  • Kanji Section- 漢字と語彙
  • Listening Section- 聴解
N4 Basic Level

Preview

Module 1: 

  • Revision (Phrases and Connecting, Kanjis learnt in Basic, JLPT N4 20 Kanji)
  • Phrases and Connecting, Revision of Kanjis learnt in Basic, JLPT N4 20 Kanji
  • Vたりたりする, ができる, ことができる, じしょけいまえに, ことがある, ほど, ほうがいいです, なければならない, てもいいです, ませんか, ていただきませんか, たらいいですか
  • Reading and Comprehension
  • Readings and Stroke order
  • Combination Words
  • Kanji Reading drill

Module 2: 

  • Grammar

- かのうけ

- みえる

- みられる

- きける

- きこえる

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • speed Reading drill

-読み練習

Module 3: 

  • Grammar
  • Verb forms
  • Conjunctions
  • Sentence Joiners

            - ながら

            - なにか、なにが

           - どこか、どこが

            - だれか、だれが

            - それに、それで

            - つまり

            - でも、しかし、けど、が

            - し、し

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 4: 

  • Grammar

- ている

てある

しまう

てしまいした

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

-読み練習

Module 5: 

  • Grammar
  • Verb Forms

- 自動詞 Intransitive verbs

- 他動詞 Transitive Verbs

  • Vocabulary

- Specific Terminology

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 6: 

  • Grammar-Patterns using Transitive and Intransitive verbs & Adverbs

-他動詞てある

- 自動詞ている

- まだ、あまり、だんだん、どんどん

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

- 読み方及び接続

- 読み練習

Module 7: 

  • Grammar

- Revision with Practice sheets

  • Vocabulary

- Cooking/ conversation drill; terminology used

  • Kanji

- 書きおよび読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読み練習

Module 8: 

  • Grammar-Verb forms & ending verb forms

- Volitional form

- Volitional form とおもう

- のつもりです

- 辞書形つもりです

- のよていです

- 辞書形よていです

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-総読

Module 9: 

  • Grammar

-ほうがいいです

- でしょう

- かもしりません

- かもしれない

- もしかしたら

- Quantifierで

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

-漢字音読み付き言葉

  • Writing skills

-普通な読解書き練習及び説明

  • Communication drill

-駅、ホテル、空港での会話

Module 10: 

  • Grammar
  • Sentence end patterns

- という意味です

- といっていました

- とつたえてください

- ていただきませんか

- ていただけませんか

  • Vocabulary

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

- 漢字で日本式名前

- 読解翻訳および説明

N4 Advance Level

Preview

Module 1: 

  • Grammar
  • Connecting Phrases

- とおりに

たあとで

自所形まえに

ておきます

ままにおいておいてください

  • Vocabulary

- ことわざ

  • Reading and translation

- 練習

Module 2: 

  • Grammar
  • Adjectives Connection

- い形容詞接続

な形容詞接続

  • Vocabulary, Minna no nihongo chapter 41-43

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

Module 3: 

  • Grammar- Pattern of facts and rumors

- ようです

らしいです

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 4: 

  • Grammar- Patterns using Likewise with Verbs

-ようにする

ようになる

  • Vocabulary

- 語彙

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 5: 

  • Grammar
  • Passive Sound

-受身形

  • Vocabulary

- 練習

  • Kanji

- 読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 6: 

  • Grammar
  • Patterns using Passive sound

-Nによって

から作られる

で作られる

  • Vocabulary- Minna no nihongo vocabulary Chapter 44

-語彙

  • Kanji

-読み方及び接続

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 7: 

  • Grammar- Revision with Practice sheets
  • Vocabulary

-祭り、行事用語

  • Kanji

-書きおよび読み練習

  • Reading and translation

- 読み練習

Module 8: 

  • Grammar
  • Verb and noun Qualifiers

- のは

のが

のを

  • Vocabulary- Minna no nihongo Chapter 45,46

-語彙

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-総読

Module 9: 

  • Grammar
  • Revision

-練習

  • Vocabulary

-語彙

  • Kanji

-漢字音読み付き言葉

  • Writing skills

-普通な読解書き練習及び説明

  • Communication drill

-注文、面接

Module 10: 

  • Grammar
  • Particle patterns

-で

せいで

おかげで

  • Vocabulary- Revision till chapter 50

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

Module 11: 

  • Grammar
  • Giving /Receiving Verbs

-やる

もらう

くれる

さしあげる

くださる

いただく

Vてみます

かどうか

  • Vocabulary

-用語

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明


Module 12: 

  • Grammar
  • Purpose pattern

- Nのために

- V辞書形ために

- のに

- も

  • Vocabulary- Tools/furniture
  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

Module 13: 

  • Grammar
  • Patterns

-辞書形そうです

いきそうです

  • Vocabulary

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

Module 14: 

  • Grammar
  • Patterns

-rootverbやすいです

rootverbにくいです

たべすぎる

  • Vocabulary

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

- 読解翻訳および説明

Module 15: 

  • Grammar
  • Patterns on situation

-Pl form場合

のに

  • Vocabulary

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

Module 16: 

  • Grammar
  • Patterns

-ところです

辞書形ところです

ているところです

たばかりです

  • Vocabulary- Verbal Practice

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

Module 17: 

  • Grammar
  • Revision

-練習

  • Vocabulary-Situational Sounds

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

- 読解翻訳および説明

Module 18: 

  • Grammar
  • Causative form

-使役系

味がする

においがする

Nのようです

  • Vocabulary-Situational Sounds

-語彙及び使い方

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

Module 19: 

  • Grammar- More patterns

-になる

  • Vocabulary-Telecon Communication

-にする

おはいりください

  • Kanji

-書き順及び読み練習

  • Reading and translation

-読解翻訳および説明

N3 Level

Preview

Module 1: 

  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Reference words and information
  • Grammar Explanation (according to the “Minna HO Nihongo I”, book)

Module 2: 

  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Reference words and information
  • Grammar Explanation (according to the “Minna HO Nihongo I”, book)
N2 Level

Preview

Module 1: 

  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Reference words and information
  • Grammar Explanation (according to the “Minna HO Nihongo I”, book)

Module 2:

  • Vocabulary
  • Translation
  • Reference words and information
  • Grammar Explanation (according to the “Minna HO Nihongo I”, book)
N1 Level

Preview

Module 1:

  • 文字 語彙

- Vocabulary

  1. Phrases
  2. Phrases contd
  3. Reading and translation comprehension
  4. Vocabulary discussion of comprehension

-Combination words- 100 kanjis

Module 2:

  • 文法 読解

-Vocabulary

  1. Adverbs
  2. Adjectives usage
  3. Correct usage of Adverbs 
  4. Usage of compound words

Module 3: 

  • 日本文化

-Japan Work Culture

  1. Kanjis contd
  2. Reading comprehension using idioms
  3. Understanding of idioms and usage in a sentence
  4. Speed Reading
  5. Reading discussion
  6. Editorial Writing
  7. Japanese work culture 労働環境
  8. Art and customs 伝統芸
Training Certification Process

1

Counselling and Registration

Consult with our counselors to check your eligibility and the right batch, and then Register for the Japanese Language Course

2

Complete the Japanese language Training Course

Attend Training for the Japanese Language, and achieve the certification.

3

Deliver Projects Assigned

Gather experience with real-world assignments and practical projects to upgrade your existing Korean Language skills. Deliver these mini-projects to be eligible for Henry Harvin® Japanese Language Certification

4

Earn the Certification

Post-successful completion of the Program, earn Henry Harvin® Japanese Language Certification. Post it on social media, get it framed, and increase your value in the industry

Commonly Asked Questions

What is the longest Japanese word?

It is a 37 letters long word composed of 18 syllables. The word is read as ‘toragahitowokamoutosurutokinounarigoe’. This word defines - the growl a tiger makes when it is about to bite someone.

Is kanji difficult?

Kanji is hard to learn when compared with kana since it is more complex and the number of characters in this set is more numerous than hiragana and katakana. However this doesn’t mean it’s hard to read. Also kanji are very efficient in communication.

What are the job opportunities after completing a Japanese language course?

  • Translator
  • Flight attendant
  • Journalist
  • Foreign language teacher
  • Interpreter
  • Teacher
  • Trainer
  • Purchasing agent
  • Social worker

Which language is most like english?

Frisian languages have the greatest percentage of lexical similarity with English. They are spoken in the Netherlands and Germany. The vocabulary of Frisian and English is 60% similar, they aren’t mutually intelligible.

Which language is closest to Japanese?

Ryukyuan and Ainu are the languages closely related to Japanese along with Korean. Less related are other Atlantic languages which are Turkic, Tungusic, Mongolic.

What is the language of Japan called?

The Japanese language is known as Nihongo (日本語 ).  Chinese documents record the existence of Japanese words as early as the 3rd century and texts clearly appear during the 8th century.   

Will Henry Harvin's Japanese language course help me in preparing for the JLPT exam?

Yes, this course is designed to assist you in preparing for the JLPT exam for the level of your choice. For example, if you are preparing for the elementary level JLPT N5 exam, you can choose the N5 level Japanese language course and so on.

 

What is e-Learning for the Henry Harvin Japanese language course?

The LMS or the Learning Management System helps you to access the recorded video sessions of the training in addition to the various tools and techniques available. This will help you to revise and practice the topics plus attend any session that you missed.

 

Can I work as a freelance translator after doing a Japanese Language course from Henry Harvin.

Yes, you can opt to become a freelance translator after doing this course. Japanese translators are in high demand and involve decent payment.

 

Which level should I choose to become a Japanese Game Localizer?

A game Localizer in japan needs to have at least passed JLPT N2 level. For this, you can choose the N2  level in the Henry Harvin Japanese language course and prepare for the JLPT exam.

 

What language is used in Manga and Anime?

The casual Japanese Kanji contribute to the language used in Anime and Manga. It is slightly different from the formal Japanese language that is taught on a professional level. But this course will help you understand anime and manga.

 

What's the difference between the pre-intermediate level (N4) and the Intermediate level (N3)?

The pre-intermediate level (N4) is the second level of the course. This level involves the basics of grammar and vocabulary. The intermediate level (N3) is the bridging level involving linguistic skills like reading, writing, and other language activities.

What are the career options after learning Japanese?

 The employment opportunities get enhanced by learning another language. There are jobs such as translator, interpreter, and trainer in Japanese. Get hired in MNCs dealing with Japanese-speaking populations, like Amazon, Google, JP Morgan, etc. You can get hired in the external affairs office of the Indian government or the Japanese embassy in India.

 

What is the duration of sessions for each level?

The duration of every level, N5, N4, N3, N2, and N1, is 80 hours each. But the level of difficulty is different across all the levels. N5 is the elementary level, N4 is the pre-intermediate level, N3 is the Intermediate level, N2 is the pre-advanced level, and N1 is the advanced level.

 

What is the qualification of the trainers at Henry Harvin Education?

The organisation uses the most celebrated industry experts with more than 11 years of experience in the field. They have been invited for 120 and more keynote classes for the Japanese language, each having delivered over 155+ lectures, and are now working for Henry Harvin Education.

 

How can I access the e-learning modules?

The Online Learning Management system (LMS) can be used for accessing the Japanese language course materials anytime and anywhere. The provided credentials can be used to log in using the Moodle app on your smartphone or laptop.

 

What is the best Japanese language Course?

The Japanese language course offered by Henry Harvin® is standardized for Japanese Language Education, making it possible for students to study Japanese easily and comfortably. Students learn four writing systems of the Japanese language: Kaji, Hiragana, Katakana, and Romaji, along with five levels: N5, N4, N3, N2, and N1.

 

Home learning of Japanese is possible?

Yes! Japanese can be learned and spoken at home. As a result, financial matters and governmental affairs are not discussed among Japanese. However, reading, writing, understanding, and speaking in daily conversations can be easily acquired. But taking an online Japanese language course is highly recommendable!

 

Is learning Japanese quickly?

Nothing is impossible. You can enrol in Henry Harvin’s Japanese language course. With our program, you will learn as easily as possible. In this way, you can become fluent in a short amount of time.

 

Would it be beneficial for my career if I learned Japanese?

Of course, yes! You can avail yourself of many career opportunities like Embassies, Government Jobs, BPO Jobs, Translation, Sales, Interpretation, Travel, Tourism and more. Also, you can enrol in our Japanese language course to make the path easier!

 

Is the Japanese language Course still in demand?

Among East Asian languages, Japanese is most prevalent in India. A growing India-Japan relationship and Japanese companies expanding in India contribute to the high demand for Japanese language skills. As like that, the Japanese language Course is also still in higher order. 

 

What are Kaji, Hiragana, Katakana, and Romaji?

Kaji, Hiragana, and  Katakana are 3 sets of characters. Hiragana is a phonic set unique to the Japanese language. Katakana is another set of phonics but with words that are borrowed from other languages. On the other hand, Kanji is a set of characters that have been adapted from Chinese. Romaji has a Latin script that is adapted for Japanese speaking and understanding. 

 

Explain the JLPT exam format.

Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is conducted for 180 marks at all 5 learning levels. For N1 to N3 levels, the exam is divided into 3 sections namely Listening, Reading, and Vocabulary with Grammar. For levels N4 and N5, there are only 2 sections of listening while Vocabulary with Grammar and reading are clubbed together.

 

Are the sessions conducted only in Online mode?

Yes, all Japanese language courses are held in 2 way online interactive mode only.

Is the duration of levels the same for all 5 learning levels and what is the duration?

Yes, the duration of N1 to N5 levels is the same. Though the module will keep changing with each level a new learning set is introduced. The duration of each learning level is 80 hours.

Before enrolling in the Japanese language, how can I attend a session and arrive at a decision?

You can book a demo session with us and attend a live session. You can see for yourself and believe the experience and get started with the Japanese language course. 

 

What is the cost of a Japanese language course in Mahabalipuram, Chennai?

ANS: Henry Harvin’s Japanese language course in Mahabalipuram, Chennai ranges from INR 19,500 to INR 34,500. This depends on the level of proficiency desired by the learner.

 

Do I need to pass N2 before taking the N1 Exam in Japanese?

ANS:  No, You need not clear the N2 Exam before taking the N1 exam in Japanese. This is because there is a dire need to upgrade the Japanese language skills with each level from N5 to N1, and many candidates find it very hard to reach the Advanced level and quit in between.

 

Can I learn Japanese fluently in 3 months?

ANS: You can learn Japanese in 3 months, but can only know the primary language skills. If you want to attain a level of proficiency, Henry Harvin provides training for various proficiency levels through strategic and systematic learning through the Japanese language course in Chennai.

 

Which Institute is best for learning Japanese near me in T.Nagar, Chennai?

ANS: If you want to learn Japanese and master the language effectively, then you have come to the right place. Henry Harvin is one of the best Institutes that provide a Japanese language course in T.Nagar, Chennai. This course is scientifically designed to aid each learner in mastering the Japanese language easily.

 

Is Henry Harvin’s Japanese language course available online near me in Anna Nagar, Chennai?

ANS: Yes, Henry Harvin’s Japanese language course is available in Anna Nagar, Chennai. Once you get enrolled in the course, you can choose the batch and start learning.

 

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