Japanese courses are mainly intended for non-beginners (at least one year and a half of learning the language). They continue to discover the Japanese language and culture, and deepen their understanding of basic grammar and key linguistic features. This is to reach a sufficient level for a stay in Japan (double degree, internship in a Japanese company). We always encourage students to take the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test, issued by the Japan Foundation).
kanji, culture, business Japanese
- The courses are provided with various materials, textbooks, vocabulary and ideogram lists, audio resources, etc.
- 5 hours of weekly classes (3.5 hours of grammar and 1.5 hours of conversation): the teaching aims at continuing the acquisition of current vocabulary and new kanji but also at consolidating grammatical knowledge.
- Understanding texts on common subjects written in Kana and basic Kanji.
- Conduct a conversation on familiar and routine topics and exchange information in areas of interest.
- CECRL A2+/B1.
- JLPT 4
Know-how N2 = continuous assessment and test(s) and/or final exam.