Understand Japanese Verbs and Particles (3-Week Access)
You can try this free mini-course for 3 weeks
Every learner is different. Let's see if my teaching style matches your learning style.
Do you want to learn Japanese online in your spare time?
Do you learn better with visual aids such as PowerPoint or video?
Have you tried an online course before but were frustrated because there was nobody who can answer your questions?
Then, give this course a try!
Vocabulary List and Verb List are included in this Mini-Course
Yuko Sensei's online course is great! Easy to follow and concise. It makes learning Japanese fun! The best parts are the lesson videos and also being able to email Sensei with any questions you have. Yuko Sensei always responds quickly and with thorough answers which have helped me with many parts I have been unsure about. I recommend Yuko Sensei anyone who wants to learn Japanese!
By the end of this course, you will learn...
1. Why word order doesn't matter much in Japanese.
2. How to construct sentences.
3. Difference between Formal and Informal Speech.
4. Key points to sound natural in Japanese.
5. When to use Time Marker に NI.
6. How to say things that you do in your daily life as in "I drink coffee everyday."
7. How to say things other people do as in "My mother makes a feast on Christmas."
I am thrilled to once again be a student of Yuko Sensei. Her methods of teaching are outstanding, and she knows how to make learning the Japanese language fun and interesting. Due to my circumstances, finding an online language learning program was very important to me and I was so happy to find Yuko Sensei online learning courses using her methods. Her slides and handouts are the best! In addition, her program is self-paced. Her lessons have no expiration date, and I can go back to review them. As a busy mom, this is important to me. And as a language tutor myself, I can testify that her way of teaching suits all levels of learners.
Yuko-sensei is a professional Japanese instructor with an M.A. Degree in Japanese Pedagogy (Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language). She has over 20 years of teaching experience at colleges in the USA.
Her students say her teaching is fun, engaging, and very easy to follow. She is skilled at presenting the complicated parts of the Japanese language in a simple manner. Her students describe her as a kind, patient, and supportive teacher who genuinely cares about the student's success.