Travelling in Japan Online 21 lessons

りょこう(旅行)
Elementary Japanese for Beginner Course

Sample Video Lesson 3 ▼

What will you learn?

Lesson 1 :  7 Useful phrases when shopping

Lesson 2 :  Shopping at the Supermarket, department store and  Convenience store

Lesson 3 :  Be able to tell when you have dietary restrictions

Lesson 4 : Master how to order foods and drinks at a restaurant

Lesson 5 : Master how to order foods and drinks at a fast-food

Lesson 6 : Shopping at a clothing shop

Lesson 7 : Shopping at a souvenir shop

Lesson 8 : Directions

Lesson 9 : Asking questions such as “how long is the wait?” or “how long the tour will be? ”

Lesson 10 : Requesting (for example “Please take photo of us / me”)

Lesson 11 : Asking permission

Lesson 12 : Talking about weather

Lesson 13 : Buying tickets

Lesson 14 : Be able to use Japanese currency since Japan still mainly uses cash

Lesson 15 : Connecting wifi / booking for a portable wifi / asking where can I use the internet

Lesson 16 : Staying at Japanese inn (ryokan) / hotels / B&B

Lesson 17 : Making a reservation

Lesson 18 :   Master essential greetings (Polite & Casual Japanese)

Lesson 19 :   Master essential phrases when you have a problem or concern

Lesson 20 :  Expressions for when you do not understand something

Lesson 21 :  How to use Japanese toilets and bathroom

This course offers learning materials for general Japanese language learners whose native language is not Japanese.

Requirements
※Printing the Online Japanese PDF supplemental Resources.

Description

The“Travelling in Japan Online 21 lessons ” is intended for travellers. Through the use of video materials, learners will study greetings and expressions used in travelling, in addition to a little bit of Japanese culture.

Who is this suitable for?

  • Learners who want to have your trip most enjoyable with trying communicate with native Japanese people
  • Learners who understand English and whose native language is not Japanese
  • Learners who want to improve from beginner to intermediate Japanese
  • Learners who want to take the JLPT
  • Learners who want to be proficient in conversational Japanese
  • Foreign employees who plan to travel to Japan for business and sightseeing

 

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