Part 3 will teach you the skills needed to express thoughts. You’ll share your personal opinions on topics that you feel passionate about and express disagreement or criticism in a polite and respectful tone.
This is a challenging course which requires some independent learning – but we will ensure that you feel well supported throughout. In your free time, you’ll be asked to watch Japanese films and discuss them in class.
You will continue to work on your writing skills, learning an additional 100 kanji and practise on traditional manuscript paper.
At the end of the module, you’ll have an opportunity to sit a mock test, based on the JPLT N3 test. This will help you to decide whether to consolidate the same level or move up to the next class.
Who is it for?
To keep up in class you should have reached JLPT N4 level – around 220 hours of formal learning and some independent study. You could have recently finished part 2 of our intermediate 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 10 weeks.
- Reach JLPT N3 level on completion of the module
- Small class size helps build a supportive study group
- Explore modern-day culture through books film and music.