Beginner’s Course

Each lesson is composed of a basic module: Vocabulary, Kanji, Text, Grammar, Additional Vocabulary, Exercise (in some lessons- Training).Each text in our lessons has a recording (mp3 file), for entertainment, I've added simple games and presentations in flash, which will make learning easier.
There will be a lot of test exercises, which will give you the results, when you finish.
I hope, I made all the efforts, for the materials to be attractive for you.
Examples

* Part of vocabulary from lesson 20* Part of Kanji dictionary from lesson 5 * Additional Vocabulary from lesson 8 (example of help in Flash). These varieties you’ll find in each lesson 

* Text from lesson 12 (I know that it look difficult, but trust me, it’s really easy) - each one has a translation

* Part of grammar from lesson 4* Part of test exercise from lesson 6

* Example of testing exercise (Training) from lesson 10 Course’s programme:In a restaurant

Expansion of ーて (–te) form New form ーて ください (–te kudasai) and jointed forms i- and –na adjectives.

17. At the doctor's

Forms ーて ください / ないで ください (- te kudasai/-naide kudasai) and て もいい です /ーなくて もいい です て わいけません 

(-te mo ii desu/-nakute mo ii desu/-te waikemasen). Simply, we're learning how to ask and request

18. Cooking together

Connection of words (combining words), onomatopoeias and a new use of (ni) particle.

19. SumoSimple form of verbs and adjectives in present-future and past tense. Additionally, you will learn adverbs and

ーたり、-たり する (–tari, - taru suru) form.

20. Returning homeRepetitionHere, you will find materials gathered from the whole course.
You can also solve the test, which will be the summary of our course.

Study Material:

In here, you will find materials, which can help you pass N5 of the national exam.
Also there are tests, which can check your knowledge.

- grammar issues: I like / don't like sth, I want a thing / Doing two things at one time, The connective form
Without doing sth, Because - kara, Before / after, Only - dake vs shika

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Last modified: Friday, 29 April 2011, 08:58 PM