hanaseru yo ni

shonen

12-16-2005, 12:47 PM

please help me naman! i want to study advance nihongo lessons.
do you know any place in tokyo or saitama where i can study japanese.
tapos na kasi ako sa basic lessons. after a year of stay here in japan, i think im ready to study advance lessons. nahihirapan kasi ako pag self-study lang!

yoroshiku onegai-shimasu;)

sweetndspicy

12-16-2005, 01:40 PM

mas madali kang matututo if you’ll be surrounded by japanese everyday, i meant… work or gather with japanese people everyday… na wala kang sasalitaing language kung japanese lang… make friends with japanese… Yung obligado kang japanese lang ang sasalitain mo… Another reason why you learn japanese language slowly is… You keep speaking tagalog everyday with your Filipino friends… at bihira ka lang magnihongo… try to practice the language by using it everyday… use your tagalog language speaking lesser than japanese language. One day… mapansin mo… pati takbo ng utak mo… japanese na rin… Good Luck!! :slight_smile:

docomo

12-16-2005, 02:38 PM

please help me naman! i want to study advance nihongo lessons.
do you know any place in tokyo or saitama where i can study japanese.
tapos na kasi ako sa basic lessons. after a year of stay here in japan, i think im ready to study advance lessons. nahihirapan kasi ako pag self-study lang!

yoroshiku onegai-shimasu;)

kung san ka malapit na shiminkan (city hall) dyan sa yo… magtanong ka… may nag o offer ng mga ganyang advance learning… actually from zero hanggang sa kanji writing/reading meron… ngayon may mga kanya kanyang level dyan… may mag bibigay sa yo ng konting test usually yung mga volunteer na nagtuturo din ang mag-te-test sa yo… tapos after nyan sila maglalagay sa yo kung san kang level dapat ng mag aral… yung mga shiminkan na nag o-offer ng ganyan usually walang bayad… kung meron man 500 -700 yen lang para sa mga answering book , pero hindi lahat ganyan ang system ha … merong may bayad meron ding wala … ako dyan lang ako nag start … hanggang natuto, nakabasa, nakasulat, nakapagsalita… naging kaibigan ko na mga teacher ko , mababait sila at very supportive sa mga baguhan kaya ako nakatagal hanggang ngayon… try mo , :slight_smile:

adechan

12-16-2005, 09:01 PM

kung san ka malapit na shiminkan (city hall) dyan sa yo… magtanong ka… may nag o offer ng mga ganyang advance learning… actually from zero hanggang sa kanji writing/reading meron… ngayon may mga kanya kanyang level dyan… may mag bibigay sa yo ng konting test usually yung mga volunteer na nagtuturo din ang mag-te-test sa yo… tapos after nyan sila maglalagay sa yo kung san kang level dapat ng mag aral… yung mga shiminkan na nag o-offer ng ganyan usually walang bayad… kung meron man 500 -700 yen lang para sa mga answering book , pero hindi lahat ganyan ang system ha … merong may bayad meron ding wala … ako dyan lang ako nag start … hanggang natuto, nakabasa, nakasulat, nakapagsalita… naging kaibigan ko na mga teacher ko , mababait sila at very supportive sa mga baguhan kaya ako nakatagal hanggang ngayon… try mo , :slight_smile:

shonen good itong suggestion ni docomo, iyan din sana isu-suggest ko

fremsite

12-16-2005, 11:51 PM

hello shonen san … maganda yung idea na binigay ni docomo san …
go! go!! go!!! kid … ganbatte ne … :slight_smile:

striver

12-17-2005, 03:52 PM

hello shonen! if you want to improve your japanese skill na di ka masyado gagastos eh follow the advise of DOKOMO san. bait nyan, nakalabas pangil pag nakangiti. he he he. peace po tayo. ayaw mo? sige pasabugin kita. he he he.

to improve your kanji writing po, better to borrow some books in the library. dont buy it, marami sa library nyan. all you have to do is make a registration. choose the books that has kanjis way of writing po. then get a shinbun po, then try mo i re-write iyong naka sulat don bara makabisado mo po. try to watch japanese program everyday po. get your electronic dictionary when you hear some words na new to your ears po. goodluck!

louisian1986

12-18-2005, 06:51 AM

Hindi ko alam kung saan ka sa Saitama pero kung malapit ka sa Kita Koshigaya you can attend the evening nihongo classes of Bunkyo Daigaku. This si done twice a week, tuesdays and thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 . Thrice a year ang schedule nila ( tri-sem ) and this is being conducted by university student who are practicing their teaching skills.No need to worry, University professor is there to make sure the lessons are being done properly. It will cost you around 1000 yen per lesson or 21,000 yen per semester. You will be given an exam to determine your nihongo level and to which class you belong. Most of the students are English teachers coming from Canada, Australia and the US, some are exchange students. Bunkyo University phone no. 048-974-8811. Hope to see you there.

louisian1986

12-18-2005, 06:55 AM

Sorry i`ve made a mistake, it is done Tuesdays and Fridays.

shonen

12-19-2005, 11:47 AM

domo arigato!

actully sa mga hapon dito sa work place ko nahasa yung mga natutunan ko sa basic lesson. Sa kanila ko nalaman kung tama yung mga theories ko on how to form a sentence.
Thanks for your advice! it helps a lot!

shonen

12-19-2005, 11:50 AM

Thanks a lot!

Now I know where to go if I want to know more about nihongo.
Maraming salamat talaga!

shonen

12-19-2005, 11:53 AM

Thanks a lot!

I will keep your suggestion as one of my options.

docomo

12-19-2005, 12:32 PM

Thanks a lot!

Now I know where to go if I want to know more about nihongo.
Maraming salamat talaga!

Gambatte ne:)

RAIN

12-19-2005, 06:54 PM

Payo ko lang sa iyo mag syota ka ng jap. Hindi kasi ako nag punta ng school para matuto ng nihonggo nag syota lang ako jap.
Good luck:)

shonen

12-20-2005, 04:01 PM

The best yang option mo!!!

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