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Why shoud I join a Japanese lesson? Is a Japanese language teacher necessary?
To learn Gojūon (the 50 sounds in Japanese) and Japanese phonics, self-learners will need different Japanese materials. Japanese Apps and relevant tutorials are available online. However, there are less conversational practices in Hong Kong. By joining a private Japanese courses, you have the opportunity to practice daily conversations in Japanese.
What types of Japanese courses are there? Which one suits me best?
There are different Japanese courses in Hong Kong. According to students' age, Japanese language schools and centres provide courses for children, parent-child combinations, and for adults. As for students who aim at the JLPT exam, they can take N1-N5 courses or other intensive courses. There are also private tuition courses (including native Japanese living in Hong Kong), training students' conversational skills. Some teachers are willing to teach you one-on-one at your place.
What should I look for in a Japanese teacher or Japanese programme?
Every student learns Japanese for a different reason. Regardless of your reason, say to study in Japan, sit Japanese language exams, or just for leisure, there is a Japanese teacher that suits you. When you look for a teacher, you can refer to his/her background and experience. Say some teachers specialize in Japanese examinations, some like teaching about the Japanese lifestyle. Also, some langauge centres provide entrance exams for non-beginners to find courses that match their level.