Beginner & Travel Japanese

  • Just get started talking
  • Communicate with people when you are traveling abroad
  • Navigate a new city

Conversation topics in our Beginner Japanese course include: Introducing yourself, Telling someone where you are from, Asking for and giving directions, Airport directions, Driving Directions, Describing food, Asking about products, Making a reservation, Meeting new people, Days of the week, Birthdays and Dates, Buying a train ticket, Asking a Bus Driver for help, and Shopping.

A new conversation added every week: Total 65 conversations  

Prerequisites: Studying the language and would like some out loud conversation practice. If you are completely new to the language, some episodes may require a second watch. Click on the “Try it” area and try a couple lessons to see how you do with the mini-lesson portion before signing up.

In this intermediate Japanese speaking course, you’ll express yourself on a wide variety of topics in Japanese using 20 different grammatical structures. Over the course of 200 Japanese conversations you’ll practice expressing yourself comfortably using the grammar categories below. You’ll practice ten conversations per category and gradually build upon your skills as the course progresses.

1) The Present Tense
2) The Past Tense   
3) Comparisons   
4) Quantities   
5) The Present Continuous   
6) The Past Continuous   
7) The Present Perfect   
8) The Present Perfect Continuous   
9) The Past Perfect   
10) The Past Perfect Continuous     
11) The Future -Going To   
12) The future – Will   
13) The future continuous   
14) The Conditional   
15) The Passive   
16) Modals   
17) Reported Speech   
18) Relative Clauses
19) The Imperative   
20) Adverbs

A new conversation added every week: Total 200 conversations

Prerequisites: Speak the language at a low intermediate level and would like some out loud speaking practice and a grammar refresher.

Speak the language of the world’s third largest economy. Prepare to confidently do business in Japan or speak to your Japanese counterparts overseas. 

These business Japanese conversations are designed to help you at work, to advance your career and to prepare you for doing a job interview in Japanese. The ultimate “kaizen” or “continuous improvement in Japanese” is diversifying your business conversation portfolio by becoming comfortable expressing yourself on the topics below:

Loyalty Programs
Customer Service
Doing a job interview in Japanese.

A new conversation added every week: Total 100 conversations   

Prerequisites: Already speak the language at a high intermediate level and would like to specifically practice business conversations and doing a job interview in the language