“I wish I could speak Japanese more fluently.”
People like that will try to study a lot of new words and grammar.
They might be desperate in their attempts to memorize the vocabulary.
Maybe they will watch thousands of videos to learn grammar.
Let me ask you a question.
What is your purpose for studying Japanese?
Memorizing words? Or memorizing lots of difficult grammar?
Of course, you may be studying Japanese to master vocabulary and grammar, but isn’t your goal “to be able to say what you want to say in Japanese”?
Then why do many learners lose sight of their purpose and goals?
It is because they “don’t have an environment where you can actually talk with Japanese people.”
Without an environment where you can speak Japanese with Japanese people, the only thing you can do is learn vocabulary and grammar.
If you study only vocabulary and grammar, you will start to think of Japanese as an academic discipline, even though it is supposed to be just a communication tool.
If you can speak with Japanese people on a daily basis, you will naturally ask yourself,
”What can I do to speak more fluently with the Japanese?”
This will help you focus on being able to communicate.
As a result, you will start studying to be able to speak.
What happens when you just must study the vocabulary and grammar you need to be able to have a conversation?
What if you could achieve your goals without wasting time?
Wouldn’t you feel your life would be richer if you could enjoy more conversation and sightseeing in Japan in your free time?
And if there was a school where you could get a chance to talk with Japanese for your study?
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a curriculum and place to learn to speak Japanese in the shortest possible time without learning useless words and grammar?
Our school teaches students just the vocabulary and grammar necessary to be able to speak Japanese, while also providing a curriculum and a place to talk with Japanese people.
The students who have attended have achieved these results.
I have improved my overall knowledge of Japanese, especially learning how to differentiate between very similar grammar points. My speaking skills improved quite significantly.
I have learned a lot about Japan and its culture thanks to studying with native Japanese teachers and also thanks to being able to meet with Japanese English learners through the school.
Why don’t you stop wasting your time memorizing words and grammar and join our teachers to learn to speak more Japanese?
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If you are having trouble speaking Japanese nearby, try attending Ohanasi Kagawa’s free events run by us.
You will have an environment where you can talk one-on-one with Japanese people.
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