Japanese is not a difficult language, quite contradictory to the common perspective we tend to hold. The grammar of the Japanese language is relatively simple in comparison to European languages, gender, articles and distinctions between plural and singular do not exist in the Japanese language. Pronunciation of the Japanese language is straightforward, Japanese language possesses an inconsiderable amount of sounds, which makes it easier for the Japanese language learner, unlike rolling the R in Spanish, or the harsh G of German. Although the written form of Japanese, consisting of hiragana and katakana, (similar to an alphabet), and Kanji, which can be difficult, the calligraphy, brush stroke and meaning behind these Chinese symbols is intriguing.
Surround yourself with Japanese language, Japanese characters and Japanese people and you will love learning this captivating language.
With the increasing global and economic importance of Japan, it is important to understand the Japanese language in order to gain access to information available only in Japanese, to increase the level of understanding and gain a deeper knowledge of Japan.
Why Learn Japanese Language.?
China surpassed Japan as the world’s second-largest economy, but Japan’s influence on the global economy is still strong. Electronic and automotive companies such as Sony, Panasonic, Honda and Toyota are known for their excellent quality and efficiency. Non-Japanese speakers working for these companies are encouraged to learn Japanese as it definitely improves your chance of getting hired by Japanese companies if you know how to speak Japanese.
Japanese schools have high standards of learning at all levels of education. If you’re interested in studying abroad, Japan would be an excellent place to do so. Of course, studying in a different country would be most beneficial if you can speak the language very well, so make sure you are comfortable with all three Japanese “alphabets” (hirigana, katakana and kanji) before undertaking this endeavor.
Inspire You to Learn Other East Asian Languages
With the possible exception of Japanophiles, or persons exclusively fixated on all things Japanese, persons who learn about the Japanese language and culture may be moved to learn about other Asian countries and cultures.
It’s not unusual for someone to first learn Japanese and then move on to Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese or Thai. This will allow for you to greatly expand your understanding of languages and cultures in East Asia.
It Can Be The Basis for Learning a New Culture
During the process of learning Japanese, you will very likely learn all sorts of things about Japan itself. You’ll learn the history of the country and the differences in dialect between one region and another. You’ll also learn to use words specific to Japanese customs and culture.
JLPT course is meant for beginners who have no background of the Japanese language. The course has been designed for Learners in line with The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT, 日本語能力試験, nihongonōryokushiken) to evaluate and certify the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. The course will focus on all four skills of language learning – Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking
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JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) is conducted by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services to evaluate the proficiency of non-native speakers. It is an international Japanese exam carried out on a large scale worldwide.