Comprehensive Casual Japanese For Beginners

Richard Heiney, If you can't do it, learn it!

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28 Videos (6h 52m)
    • Promo

      5:45
    • 1. Introduction

      11:22
    • 2. ANKI tutorial

      4:21
    • Unit 1

      15:27
    • Unit 2

      15:34
    • Unit 3

      16:28
    • Unit 4

      17:27
    • Unit 5

      17:42
    • Unit 6

      16:24
    • Unit 7

      13:00
    • Unit 8

      14:45
    • Unit 9

      14:42
    • Unit 10

      14:10
    • Unit 11

      16:50
    • Unit 12

      14:01
    • Unit 13

      16:08
    • Unit 14

      16:20
    • Unit 15

      16:18
    • Unit 16

      17:29
    • Unit 17

      17:38
    • Unit 18

      16:31
    • Unit 19

      15:51
    • Unit 20

      13:47
    • Unit 21

      13:29
    • Unit 22

      15:14
    • Unit 23

      15:24
    • Unit 24

      14:41
    • Unit 25

      15:38

About This Class

This course focuses on casual Japanese - meaning you will learn how to talk to your friends.

The course is absolutely beginner friendly and as such you are required to know nothing. Just some English will be enough.

All lessons are videos combined with slides - sort of a audio visual teaching method, you will be both hearing and seeing the words for easier remembering.

There is a total of 25 units, each about 15 minutes long. You should do at least 1 unit a day.

Included are also flashcards (PC / Mobile) to help you review vocab effectively and fast!

Great emphasis is put on reviewing and steady progress. Each unit starts and ends with a review to help the students remember recently learned vocab and grammar.

This course will be your gateway for tearing down the barriers, that polite Japanese puts up, in order to bring you closer to your Japanese friends and build some real long lasting relationships.

Also will help you understand spoken casual Japanese in both Anime and Japanese drama/movies better.

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Richard Heiney

If you can't do it, learn it!

What you need to know about me is that I have a great passion for languages.

It all started with Japanese. I've been "exposed" to Japanese for many many years (studied since 2008).

During these years I went through many different books and courses. To be frank I feel like they all lacked something. Every book inevitably made me go try a different one for one reason or another. Typically lack of detailed explanations.

I wasted a lot of time with countless books and courses...

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