Part 3 will equip you with the skills to communicate in a variety of settings. You will learn new structures and vocabulary around different topics to extend the range of expression in this highly communicative course.
This is a challenging online course which requires some independent learning – but we will ensure that your tutor will give you support that you need throughout the classes. In your free time, you’ll be asked to watch Japanese films, articles and TV shows and discuss them in the lessons.
You will continue to work on your writing skills, learning an additional 100 kanji and practice on traditional manuscript paper. You’ll also use apps such as ‘Anki’ and ‘Quizlet’ to support your learning, as well as paper cards to help memorise Kanji.
At the end of this final module, you’ll have an opportunity to sit a mock test based on the JPLT N1 test to help you decide whether you are ready to take the accredited test. Although this mock test is at the same level as the JLPT N1, we cannot guarantee the results of the actual JLPT N1.
Who is it for?
To keep up in class you should have reached a good JLPT N2 level – around 340 hours of formal learning and substantial amount of independent study. You may have recently finished part 2 of our advanced syllabus, or similar. More can be found in the eligibility section.
Find out more about our Learn Japanese with City short courses courses
This course takes place once a week for two hours over 10 weeks with an intake in April/May.
- Opportunity to take a mock JLPT N1 level test
- Taught online allowing easy access to learning
- Led by an experienced native Japanese tutor.