Hougang Japanese Language School was my alma-mater.
You have to ask yourself if you have 4 hours to study per week? If not, it's better to rely on online resources to learn first, once you have some certain knowledge, then proceed to do lessons. Don't waste the money.
I don't think they can. Call and check with them.
It's not the online that you think it is. The online classes have teachers around.
Hi, I am interested. Can you please PM me the details? Thank you.Does your relative good in computer / internet, and also can read Chinese traditional characters?
I'm asking this, because I'm also learning Japanese in Chinese language.
However, I'm learning Japanese with a Taiwanese teacher.
He has online courses, from beginning up to N1 level.
I bought the course, and whenever I want to learn, I just opened the course and learn. Anytime, even midnight too.
And no, the course bought will not expire. If I bought last year, I still can learn the course this year or next year.
I'm learning from him because:
1. I couldn't find learning Japanese course in Chinese language over here in Singapore.
2. The course is much cheaper as compared to here (about 30% - 50% cheaper).
3. I can learn anytime I want.
4. He teaches a lot of things which typical textbook doesn't teach.
Btw, sometimes he might also do FB live, have a few questions asked by students, and explained the questions and why the answer is this and not that.... This is usually on Sunday nights, 9 pm.
Oh ya, currently he also has published 4 learning Japanese books, and seems like 2 more are also confirmed to be published.
Anyone currently taking Japanese classes? How is zoom lesson like?
Thinking of rejoining one.
Should I wait till they switch back to physical lesson first?
Wah, your first post...I'm taking the one in bunka, Have been taking their online classes all the way since Elementary 1. Never face much challenges so far, sensei will always point a student to answer on rotational basis in class and you can submit your homework via taking a picture and send as PDF to her email and ask questions via email or after the lesson or during break time. The physical textbook and printouts can be taken from their school. It's slightly cheaper and imo more convenient than in-person classes so I think there's not a lot of difference from usual in-person classes.
I'm now at the end of Elementary 3. Starting my intermediate course next weekWah, your first post...
Thanks for the info...how long have you studied at bunka and what level are you currently at? Have been interested in trying out bunka, but I have friends who told me they were quite stress...and something about not being able to progress later...haha
Anyway, I just contacted ikoma...it looks like classes are moving back to physical lessons already and will be joining them once physical lesson start...
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