Learn Japanese from English Beginner Course targeting JLPT

Learn Japanese from English

In this course you will able to learn Japanese from Beginning.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn Japanese from Beginning – Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji.
  • Student will get clear understanding for Kanji.
  • Student will able to pronounce words in Japanese.
  • Student will be able to read letters.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 3 lectures • 41min.
  • Greetings in Japanese –> 2 lectures • 8min.

Learn Japanese from English Beginner Course targeting JLPT


In this course you will able to learn Japanese from Beginning.

We will focus Speaking, Writing and Reading in this course, and you will increase your listening level while watching lectures.

In first level you will start to have some introduction regard Japanese Language.


  • What was first writing system
  • Why Hiragana introduced
  • Why Katakana introduced

You will start to learn kanji in this course from beginning.


We will focus on greetings in this course and those includes


  1. Good Morning
  2. Good Afternoon

In future lessons we will bring more greetings.

Japanese is spoken by 130 million people. This makes it the ninth most spoken language by native speakers. Linguists debate over the classification of the Japanese language, and one general theory asserts that Japanese is an isolated language and thus a language family of its own, known as Japonic languages. Another major theory includes Japanese as part of a hypothetical Altaic language family which spans most of Central Asia and would also include Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, and Korean languages. Neither of these theories has yet been generally accepted.

Japanese is written mostly using three writing scripts, kanji, hiragana and katakana. Kanji are Chinese characters that were first introduced to Japan in the 4th century. Unlike Chinese, Japanese is a highly inflected language with words changing their ending depending on case, number, etc.


For this reason, the hiragana and katakana syllabaries were created. The hiragana serve largely to show the inflection of words, as conjunctions and such. The katakana are mainly used for loan-words from other languages.

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