Japanese

Why learn Japanese?

10 Good Reasons to start learning Japanese

1. Japan has the 2nd largest economy in the world.

Japan is a prosperous country and has the most diverse economy in Asia.  The leading Japanese companies are among the largest, most efficiently run, and most well-known firms in the world. Familiar names like Sony, Toshiba, Sanyo, Casio, Canon, Minolta, Honda, Toyota, Mitsubishi, and many others have infiltrated the world market in a variety of sectors.

2. Knowing Japanese brings business opportunities.

Being able to communicate with potential customers in their own language is key to winning their business. In addition, when you learn Japanese, you become not only proficient in the language but also gain an insider view of the culture. Understanding the Japanese work ethic, their business etiquette, and knowing which cultural faux pas to avoid can often make or break an important business deal.

3. Japanese is a gateway to other Asian languages & cultures.

Throughout its history, Japan has been shaped by the influence of Asia’s great civilizations: India, China, and Korea. While the cultures of these Asian countries do differ, Asian cultures together share many similarities that differentiate them from Western ways and norms. So a study of Japanese can open your perspective on the values that other Asian nations share with Japan, including religious beliefs, ethics, and aesthetics.

4. Japanese-speakers are the Internet’s 3rd largest language group.

The Japanese make up the third largest language community on the Internet, after only English and Chinese speakers. Knowing Japanese can connect you to these people in an instant. They may just be future friends or acquaintances, business associates, or even the market that you or your future employer hopes to target.

5. The Japanese are innovators.

The Japanese have relied on their creativity and scientific know-how to succeed not only economically but also in ecology- and efficiency-oriented ways. The Japanese are known as high tech leaders in fields such as optical media, semiconductor manufacturing, industrial robotics, and fermentation processes.

6. Japanese cultural exports are exploding.

From anime to sushi bars, karaoke to manga, bonsai to origami, Japanese culture has become part of international culture. A knowledge of the language will give you direct access to Japanese film, animations, and comic books, give you insight into the special terminology used in your favourite martial art, help you understand the cultural basis for kamikaze training and the origin of the samurai warrior, and develop your ability to order sashimi like a native at your favourite Japanese restaurant!

7. Knowing Japanese will set you apart from the crowd.

The majority of people who learn a foreign language choose a European language like Spanish, French, German, or Italian. Choosing a less commonly learned language will pop out on your resume and differentiate you from the crowd.

8. The Japanese are international tourists.

The market for Japanese tourist dollars is strong. A  knowledge of Japanese can gain you entry into that market. Of course, knowing Japanese will make your own visit Japan both easier and much more enjoyable.

9. It’s not as hard as you think!

It’s true that Japanese has a much different system of writing than English or any other European language. However, foreigners can get by with learning the 44 or so hiragana or katakana characters that represent sounds in much the same way as the English alphabet does.

In addition, the grammar of Japanese is in many ways simpler than that of European languages. Japanese nouns have no genders, plural forms, or accompanying articles to learn. The language also has only two verb tenses, present and past, and includes very few irregular verbs. Spoken Japanese has only 5 vowel sounds and spelling is phonetically consistent, making the language relatively easy to pronounce.

10. Japanese is a stepping stone to learning other Asian languages.

Like other languages of Southeast Asia, Japanese is a highly analytical language, relying heavily on function words rather than extensive systems of inflection to denote linguistic properties.  Learning Japanese brings you a step closer to taking on Korean or Chinese because many of the concepts underlying the language are similar.

Learn Japanese Language at Gurgaon:Reading-Writing-Speaking

Want To Learn Japanese at Gurgaon Academy:

Program Highlights

Gurgaon Academy  is among the earliest recommended Languages-learning institutions situated in Gurgaon NCR India. It offers short term language courses for learning Japanese, Japanese, Japanese, English, Hindi and Japanese. The Academy  is committed to students’ overall  linguistic development.

Tailored Japanese courses to meet different needs.

Program Description

The short-term Japanese learners who come to join language course are mainly working people, University Students, Professionals working in MNCs, House wives or business owners. We form a  small  group of maximum 10 people in any batch for language course. We focus mainly on spoken part. We emphasize on “how to speak in Japanese language”.

Duration: 3 Months (12 weeks)

Days and Timing: Classes are held 3 days per week.Each class session will last for about  2-3 hours approximately.

Course: It is a short term beginner level/basic course mainly focussed on Spoken/Conversation part based on Japanese N5 Level

This course helps to prepare students/learners to write the Japanese Language Proficiency Test(JLPT) for N5 Level.

About JLPT Test: The JLPT has five levels: N1, N2, N3, N4 and N5. The easiest level is N5 and the most difficult level is N1. N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class.

 Medium of Instruction: English

Qualifications: Anyone who understands English well

Course Fee: INR 21,000 (Twenty One Thousand Rupees)

If you have any query please Contact  Us

Call us: 99996 50006, 99996 40006

Email: gurgaon.tutor@gmail.com

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