Japanese Language Course
GLLC Japanese Language Course covers JLPT Test preparation for Skilled worked Visa of Japan. Courses in Islamabad,Rawalpindi and Sialkot. They are designed to provide you with a good idea of what you might cover over a 12-week period, and include typical themes, grammar and vocabulary fields. They are flexible rather than prescriptive, in that our teachers may decide to adapt their learning plans to the specific level, aims and interests of their classes. Use the tabs below to view the relevant Japanese course outline for your level.
The basic Japanese language course from GLLC language school enables you to master the basic conversation in Japanese language. The course is intended for the beginners and lets you identify whether Japanese is for you. You will learn about vocabulary and be able to frame small sentences and talk with people in the day to day life. The course can also be beneficial if you are going to Japan. The course is divided into two parts for JLPT exam.
BASIC JAPANESE LANGUAGE COURSE PART-1
The aim of the course is to help the students acquire the initial command over the language. After the completion of the course, the students will be able to strike a conversation in Japanese. Weekday and Regular batches are available to choose from. The course duration of the Basic Japanese language course part 1 is 3 Months, The scope the course includes framing of sentences, the basic concept of the grammar and the ability to talk in Japanese
BASIC JAPANESE LANGUAGE COURSE PART-2
The aim of the course is to help the students have the entry level command over reading and writing in the Japanese language using the Japanese script Hiragana, Kanji and Katakana. The batches for the courses are available on weekends and Regular. The duration of the course is 3 months. The scope of the course encompasses the knowledge of script in Japanese language and writing basic sentences.
Speaking: Be able to answer questions about oneself. Be able to hold conversations in limited everyday situations.
Writing: Be able to properly write Hiragana and Katakana. Be able to understand approximately 150 Kanji characters.
Listening: Be able to understand daily life situations when spoken to at a slower speed and using simple words.
Reading: Be able to comprehend written articles of around 800 characters regarding daily life themes.
Composition: Be able to write a simple composition using basic expressions.
Topics & Vocabulary:
Introduce yourself with greetings in Japanese
Exchanging business card in Japanese
Asking about of services in stores
Describing about the whereabouts of things and people
Time and numbers – telling and asking the time, counting cardinal numbers
Places – shops, important buildings
Daily life – routines, free time
Existence of People and Things
Basic Japanese grammar rules – particles : か (ka), は (wa), の (no), と (to), を (o),に (ni),も(mo), が (ga), や (ya) .
Present, Past, Future
Pronouns – subject, object, possessive
Singular vs. Plural
Word order – sentence, question, negative
How to bow
Shops in Japan
Excursions to Japanese spas (温泉onsen)
Lots of speaking-inc. situational exercises & interaction
Basic pronunciation rules
Numbers and Counters rules
Writing practice (Hiragana)
12 weeks (5 Days in a week)