Free Trial / Online Japanese Lessons

Free Trial / Online Japanese Lessons

Hello everyone !

I'm Japanese female. I'm providing Japanese lessons via Zoom.
I'm fully experienced and licensed by Japanese Educational Exchanges and Services, which is well-known for JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).

I can teach any level from beginners to advanced people.
Many students say my method and explanation are helpful and easy to understand.

Japanese language is very difficult, so I'd like to support people who seriously attempt to learn Japanese.
I can teach you Japanese conversation, sentence structure, grammar, JLPT and so on.

The details are below.
*Date and time : Negotiable
*Lesson style : Depending what you want.
*1 hour FREE trial lesson is available.
*Lesson fee : 2,000 yen per hour ( via Zoom )

*My experience
・I've been teaching Japanese for more than 12 years.
・I've taught around 57 people in the world.
・Their nationalities are various. They are Americans, Canadians, Australians, New Zealander, Danish, Spanish, Turk, Estonian, Indians, Chinese, Malaysian, Filipina, and so on.
・Many students passed JLPT N5, N4, N3, N2 after taking my classes.
In last JLPT, one client has got N1 !

My good point is that I have a sharp sense and huge knowledge toward Japanese language. Because I've been working at publishing companies for more than 30 years before being a Japanese tutor.
I used to check and correct many articles written by other people. My sense toward Japanese has brushed up through this job.

You will pay a lesson fee via PayPal.
When you don't have PayPal account, please create it.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact this ad.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.


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