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Kazumasa U.
40/hour

Start Learning Japanese Today! All Levels Welcome!!!

I am a Japanese national and have been living in the United States since 2001. I currently live in San Diego, California. I graduated college in Japan and my major was education. My courses focused on international culture and the classes... read more

40/hour
5.0 (382)
720 hours tutoring Japanese out of 721 hours
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I am a Japanese national and have been living in the United States since 2001. I currently live in San Diego, California. I graduated college in Japan and my major was education. My courses focused on international culture and the classes... read more

Thomas S.
65/hour

170+ LSAT, etc

I was born and raised in Japan so I grew up communicating and studying Japanese. Japanese is my first language. I am also fluent in English. I have tutored university students enrolled in Japanese classes. read more

65/hour
5.0 (14)
2 hours tutoring Japanese out of 37 hours
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I was born and raised in Japan so I grew up communicating and studying Japanese. Japanese is my first language. I am also fluent in English. I have tutored university students enrolled in Japanese classes. read more

Noritaka I.
43/hour

Multilingual and native Japanese tutor

While my passion is to continue learning various languages, I love to share Japanese culture and language with people from different cultures. I have taught the diverse group of individuals in private, and sometimes I worked for the... read more

43/hour
5.0 (1130)
1,491 hours tutoring Japanese out of 1,491 hours
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While my passion is to continue learning various languages, I love to share Japanese culture and language with people from different cultures. I have taught the diverse group of individuals in private, and sometimes I worked for the... read more

Misty D.
35/hour

Experienced Chinese lessons, Experience in Japanese lessons.

I have Japanese Language Proficiency Test N1 and speak fluently. read more

35/hour
5.0 (197)
121 hours tutoring Japanese out of 501 hours
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I have Japanese Language Proficiency Test N1 and speak fluently. read more

Patience S.
40/hour

BA in Japanese with first-hand cultural understanding

I have a bachelor's degree in Japanese. I've been to Japan three times, once for a three-month stay and another time as a translator for a non-Japanese speaker. My strengths lie in conversation/listening and grammar,... read more

40/hour
5.0 (91)
208 hours tutoring Japanese out of 209 hours
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I have a bachelor's degree in Japanese. I've been to Japan three times, once for a three-month stay and another time as a translator for a non-Japanese speaker. My strengths lie in conversation/listening and grammar,... read more

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
The more I teach Japanese to my students, the more I realize how complicated, how unique, how interesting Japanese language is! There are 3 different characters, Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. Students need to learn all the characters when they want to read or write Japanese. Grammar also. There... read more
The more I teach Japanese to my students, the more I realize how complicated, how unique, how interesting Japanese language is! There are 3... read more
Mika M.

Mika M. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
Modern Japanese is the official language of Japan. It is one of the most difficult languages for native English speakers to learn. There are four types of writing and both writing and speech can take different politeness and formal registers.
Modern Japanese is the official language of Japan. It is one of the most difficult languages for native English speakers to learn. There are four... read more
Answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
Japanese is my native tongue and I attempt to introduce the culture of my home country through language. My lessons include the instruction of contextual practice so that my students can learn authentic/educated Japanese together with Japanese customs and manners. Since I focus on spoken... read more
Japanese is my native tongue and I attempt to introduce the culture of my home country through language. My lessons include the instruction of... read more
Naoko R.

Naoko R. answered • 03/20/18

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How would you define Japanese in your own words?
It is a language of politeness, ambiguous, and sensations. Japanese has lots of unique words to describe certain scenarios, emotions, and beauties of nature. After years of years learning Japanese, one became more sensitive to human emotions, changes through daily life, changes of the seasons,... read more
It is a language of politeness, ambiguous, and sensations. Japanese has lots of unique words to describe certain scenarios, emotions, and beauties... read more
Answered • 04/04/18