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The Best Way to Learn Japanese Outside of Japan

Most jobs in Japan require you to be at an N3 or N2 Level before applying. How can you achieve that from the country you're currently in?

Learning Japanese can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but it can also be challenging, especially if you're trying to learn outside of Japan. However, with the right approach, tools, and guidance, it's possible to achieve fluency and communicate effectively in Japanese.

At PonPon Japanese School, we believe that the quality of the program is crucial to the success of the students. We also understand that each student has unique needs and goals, so we provide flexibility in our program, allowing students to learn about topics that are relevant to their lives.

To help you get started on your Japanese language journey, we've put together a daily study routine that incorporates effective ways to memorize vocabulary and kanji.

Daily Study Routine:

  1. Review vocabulary and kanji: Spend 15-20 minutes reviewing and memorizing new vocabulary and kanji. Use tools like flashcards or spaced repetition apps to help you memorize them.

  2. Watch Japanese media: Watch Japanese TV shows, anime, or movies with subtitles in Japanese. This will help you improve your listening skills and pick up new vocabulary and expressions.

  3. Practice reading: Read short articles or news in Japanese. Start with simpler materials and gradually increase the difficulty level.

  4. Writing practice: Practice writing sentences using new vocabulary and kanji you've learned. You can also write about topics that interest you or keep a journal in Japanese.

  5. Language exchange: Practice communicating with native Japanese speakers or other language learners. Join a language exchange program, participate in online forums, or use conversation apps to practice your speaking and listening skills.

It's also essential to practice language production in spontaneous communication, as relying on structured apps like Duolingo can limit your ability to communicate freely. Language is designed for communication, so it's important to practice with real people who can provide feedback on your speech and help you improve.

At PonPon Japanese School, we offer expert guidance in all the skills needed to effectively communicate in Japanese. Our program includes written and creative homework to practice making novel sentences, and our experienced instructors will help you develop your speaking and listening skills in real-life situations.

In conclusion, learning Japanese outside of Japan is possible with the right approach and guidance. With the help of a quality program, flexible learning options, and consistent daily study habits, you can achieve fluency and communicate confidently in Japanese. Consider joining PonPon Japanese School to receive expert guidance on your journey to Japanese language fluency.

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