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Japanese Language Course in Bangalore

We prepare you to read, write, speak, listen and learn the grammar of the Japanese language across several levels – N1 – N5. Japanese Language Course in Bangalore is designed to prepare you to write certification exams…. Read More
N1 Level Japanese Language Course

Japanese Language Course - Overview

If you wish to go to Japan for higher studies, employment in Japan or any other nation, wish to travel to Japan, interact with Japanese people, running the business with Japan or Japanese people, Prizma Academy will assist you by providing Japanese Classes in Bangalore. We provide an array of Japanese classes starting from beginner levels to advanced ones.

Japanese Language Course in Bangalore will teach you about the complete fundamental aspects of the Japanese language. The Japanese language is classified into five levels such as N5, N4, N3, N2, & N1. N1 is an advanced Level, N2 is a pre-Advanced level, N3 is an intermediate level, N4 is an elementary level, and N5 is a basic level.

Japanese Language Classes in Bangalore will be taken by our expert trainers. We are using standard study material such as Minna no Nihongo for all the levels such as N5, N4, N3, N2 and N1 which provides you knowledge about the Japanese language and you can understand the grammar. Building skills with Japanese language courses assist you with your career and it could improve your life goal.

  • Introduce yourself with greetings in Japanese
  • Exchanging business card in Japanese
  • Asking about of services in stores
  • Shopping
  • Describing about the whereabouts of things and people
  • Transportation
  • Time and numbers – telling and asking the time, counting cardinal numbers
  • Everyday objects
  • Places – shops, important buildings
  • Daily life – routines, free time
  • Job
  • Home
  • Culture
  • Existence of People and Things
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Talking about self & others, inc. family – key personal information
  • Expressing gratitude
  • Invitations
  • Talking about plans
  • Making a request
  • Holidays
  • Hotels & restaurants
  • Exchanging
  • Town & country
  • Home
  • Talking about self & others, incl. family – key personal information
  • Japanese festivals
  • Travel
  • Holidays
  • Health/illness
  • Meetings
  • Leisure Time
  • Money & shopping
  • Studying language
  • Socializing
  • Transport
  • Meeting Friends
  • Complimenting someone
  • Parties & Socialising
  • Leisure time
  • Travelling
  • Buying Souvenirs
  • Shopping
  • Lost items
  • Revisiting previous level’s grammar
  • Duration expressions
  • Compound sentences
  • Usage of plain forms of verbs (する, しない, した, しなかつた)
  • Express personal experiences using “have done ” -しことがある
  • Express actions -たり-たり
  • Understand the aspect of using dictionary form and た-form – (before doing something and doing something…dictionary form + まえ, た-form +あと)
  • Suggestions/Recommendations –ほうがいいです
  • Usage of plain form of adjectives and of nouns (おいしい、おいしくない、あめだ、あめではない、べんりだ、べんりではない)
  • Modifying noun
  • Common idioms
  • Common linking words.
  • Revisiting previous level’s grammar
  • Present/Past
  • Duration expressions
  • Compound sentences
  • Relative clauses (not only…but…)
  • Descriptive adverbials (-く+v, -に+v)
  • Conjunctions
  • Modal perfect
  • Describing a change in state-てきました
  • Making hypothetical statements/stating the result of an action of event -たら
  • Indicating that an action or event has been completed –てしまいます
  • Conditional form -ば
  • Speaking of natural or habitual results
  • Expressing necessity -なければ なりません
  • Expressing suppositions and wondering aloud (-でしょう, だろう, でしょうか, だろうか)
  • Expressing impressions (-よう, みたい)
  • Describing actions done or to be done in preparation -てお
  • Expressing certainty -はず
  • Expressing causes of or reasons for situations -ため
  • Describing Change: Changed coming into effect/continuous changes -ようになる
  • Nominalising sentences -こと.
  • Indicating means or attendant circumstances (-て/-で, -ないで/-ずに)
  • Describing deliberate effects -てある
  • Expressing completion/incompletion of past, present, or future actions (-ている, -て いた)
  • Stating decisions (ことに なる, ことにする)
  • Describing the actions of giving and receiving services (-てもらう, -てくれる, -てあげる)
  • Expressing intention (-う/ようとする)
  • Using causative and causative-passive structures (-せる/させる)
  • Expressing completion/incompletion of past, present, or future actions (-ている, -て いた)
  • Stating decisions (ことに なる, ことにする)
  • Describing the actions of giving and receiving services (-てもらう, -てくれる, -てあげる)
  • Expressing intention (-う/ようとする)
  • Using causative and causative-passive structures (-せる/させる)
  • Using causative and causative-passive structures (-せる/させる)
  • Honorifics: Basic Patterns and Honorific Verbs
  • Leaving and Relaying Messages (- ように言う)
  • Using Plain Imperatives: Do and Don’t (-行け)
  • Explaining Reasons
  • Understanding Written Styles
  • Understanding Spoken Styles
  • Complaining
  • Making and Responding to Apologies
  • Asking for and Responding to Explanations
  • Formal Invitations
  • Casual Invitations
  • RSVP Postcards
  • E-mail
  • Expressing Modesty
  • Expressing Gratitude and Apologizing
Grammar:
  • Activity + 中
  • 何 + counter + も
  • A formal and Casual Invitations
  • The –masu stem of a verb + しだい
  • -tai form of a verb + ばかりだ
  • A question asking どういうわけで, for what reason
  • Plain form of a verb + ところだ
  • Plans for a Party
  • Comprehensive Review
Cultural Content:
  • Customs and Special occasions
  • Anniversary
  • Wedding
  • Reasons behind Customs
Skills Work:
  • Extensive listening
  • Pronunciation
  • Translation from Japanese into English and vice versa
Topics & Vocabulary:
  • Talks and discussions on economic and cultural issues.
  • Reading news papers and magazines
  • Watching films and having a discussion
Cultural Content:
  • Business
  • Cultures and Customs
  • Difference between Japan and other countries
  • Economics status
Skills Work:
  • Extensive listening
  • Translation from Japanese into English and vice versa
  • Writing essays in Japanese
  • Discussion to express your opinions
  • Formal speech and writing of basic patterns

Japanese Language Course - Upcoming Batches

Course LevelBatch TypeTimingDateFor More Info
Japanese N5WeekdayMorning/EveningNov 15th , 2021 Speak To Advisor
Japanese N5WeekendMorning/EveningNov 20th , 2021 Speak To Advisor
Japanese N5WeekendMorning/EveningNov 27th , 2021 Speak To Advisor

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Advantages of Japanese Language Classes in Bangalore

Proper understanding:

The flow of study & covering of the Japanese topics in the Japanese Language Course in Bangalore become very easy when guided online over the video screen & visualization of the course becomes very easy to understand.

Help you to study abroad:

Japanese schools have high standards of learning at each level of education. If you want to study abroad, Japan would be an excellent place to do so. It can be a rewarding experience that helps you to expand your knowledge of the world around you.

High demand for Japanese Translator and Interpreter:

The new firm opportunities also increasing the demand for Japanese specialists. There is a high demand of people in various companies who are well versed in the Japanese Language. They are in the hunt for people who can easily be a translator or an interpreter for the company.

Benefits of Japanese Language Classes in Bangalore from Prizma Academy

Schedule your timings

You can adjust your schedule in such a way that you have got enough time to commute to the venue, do homework and practice the language. It could be a convenient to learn Japanese in Bangalore at your comfort and speed if you are a working professional or a full-time student.

Nothing much required

You only need a laptop or an iPad and a stable internet connection. You do not have to travel anywhere but just start a lesson with a click.

Interactive

An online session is much more interactive as you can even interact with other nations’ or cities’ students and practice your language. An online platform assists you to open up and interact with the teacher as well as other students.

Stay motivated

Sometimes busy schedules and hectic workdays may demotivate you to travel to your language class. In online classes, you decide the time and the classes happen as per your comfort and convenience. Catching up regularly with your lessons will keep you motivated and will assist you to attain your goals.

Testimonials

I have completed my German A1 and A2 levels. Its a very good institute to learn German with proper grammar knowledge. You will have a great learning experience which you will definitely not get with any other institutes. After finishing the first level itself you will be able to see the difference by comparing with other institute students. I will definitely recommend this institute to everyone who wants to learn German properly.

Madhuri Pochamreddy

Prizma is really very good for foreign language. Its really worth to join. I Have competed German A1 and also going to start A. Trainers are very good and very understanding. I really appreciate there audio and video facility for the students.

Manish Verma

Excellent ambience. Courteous staff and really good trainers . The specialities in rendition of true accent as original is what is a big benefit . Flexible in scheduling your classes base don your exigency. I highly recommend this institute for learning many foreign languages with expert trainers available here and having module online connects on management courses from top universities is being initiated which is an excellent thing for many experienced folks like me. I have truly benefitted being a student of French language at this great place! Kudos keep it going Prizma!!

Vivek Dhar

Hi everyone, We where as family are relocating to Germany next month. We where actually very worried how to go about with the language. We took up a course at Prizma…me and my 6 year old son. The training was very good. We have really grown a lot in the language. The training center gives us good time and have are very understanding. Aruna mam is very excellent teacher. Pls go ahead wit the course here….thanks a lot.

Aafreen Muddasir

I must say this is the most professional academy to learn German Language . Me & my husband were very particular before we joined here, visited many institutes took demo classes everywhere , finally decided to join here. it was far from our place but worth . We both have successfully completed till A2 level , gave exams , got certified with above 80 marks. Thanks to all the faculties who made us learn the Language so easily. Fun Lab Room is the best part of this place. Awesome experience . Kudos Team.

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FAQ

Japanese lesson cost is very affordable at Prizma Academy.
It takes approx 88 weeks (2200 class hours) for a student to attain Japanese proficiency. The time period can vary because of several factors, such as the student’s natural ability, prior linguistic experience and time spent in the classroom session.
After you begin learning some Japanese characters, you will be surprised by how easy they are to remember with regular practice.
Japanese language in India is one of the most sought-after among foreign languages in India. You will learn the history of the nations and the differences in dialect between one region and another. You will also learn to use words certain to Japanese culture & customs.
The French Course in Bangalore is curated in an aspect to make you proficient in the vocabulary along with proJapanese is one of the most beautiful languages. This language is good to learn for those who work in the automotive, financial, and communications sectors because of lots of opportunities in these sectors.nunciation, grammar, and phrases.
The scope is vast after learning the Japanese language. You have job opportunities in the Travel & Tourism sector for language experts. It could also be with business, industrial houses, commerce, & embassies.
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