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Now You've Booked Your Group Session!

Let's Prepare for
the Group Session

Are you excited for the group session?

We're excited to have you in our session too!

Now prepare for it that way you and your Japanese friends don't have to have the awkward moments like:

"I don't know what to talk about..." "I'm out of topics..."

Or after the session:

"It was a good session! But I don't remember what I learned from the session.." "I talked a lot but I didn't learn anything new..."

So prepare your Japanese study materials, questions that you can share on your screen and don't forget to study it beforehand.

It will make our session smooth and help your Japanese friends 🙂

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"Success is where preparation and opportunity meet."

Henry Ford
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The Important Thing is...

Do you a question about Japanese grammar or Japanese vocabulary usage? 

Then we recommend you to Google on it and research on your own.

Because your Japanese friends speak Japanese but they might not be  professional Japanese instructors who can explain how the Japanese grammar works in English.

Even though your Japanese friends could explain it in Japanese, you might not be able to understand it.

There is a lot of professional and easy to understand explanations about Japanese grammar and Japanese vocabulary on the internet and they'll be more beneficial for you!

But listening and speaking practice are hard ones to do on your own so go ahead and practice those with native Japanese speakers during the group session 🙂

Using the Textbook That You Have

Make a Japanese Worksheet

 1. Make a Japanese worksheet.

Decide what to practice first.
Do you wanna practice on Japanese vocabulary? Or phrases?
Write them down.
This sheet goes to your Japanese friends so make it readable. Lol




2. Put the numbers in order.

Put the numbers in order next to the Japanese vocabulary/phrases/sentences that you wrote down.

Example:

 *You don’t need to have Romaji-reading. This sample worksheet is just one of our classroom materials.

Make a English Worksheet

1. Make an English worksheet.

Make an English worksheet with the English translation of the Japanese worksheet that you just made.




2. Put the numbers.

Put the numbers in order next to the English translations.

Make sure the numbers are matched with Japanese vocabulary/phrases/sentences.

Example:

Make a PDF or Photo

1. Make a PDF file or take a photo.

Either make a pdf file of the worksheets or take a photo.


 

2. Save them.

Save them where you can easily pull out during the group session.

Example:

Now your worksheets are ready!

Let’s make questions in Japanese.

Make Questions

During the group session, we’ll have a small free talk too.

Let’s make questions in Japanese to ask your Japanese friends!


 

1. Make questions.

Make about 10 questions in Japanese preferably with new vocabulary/phrases/grammar that you’ve learned in the week.

You’re not sure if you have right vocabulary/phrases/grammar?

Then post in Living Room and ask other members to check your Japanese!


 

2. Memorize the questions.

To be able to make the conversation smoothly, we recommend you to memorize the questions that you made.


 

3. Make your own answers.

In case your Japanese friends say “How about you?”, make your own answers to your questions and memorize them too.

JLPT Prep

Make a PDF or Photo

*Have your JLPT prep book ready.

1. Find the Japanese script of the listening part.

Decide what section out of the listening part in your JLPT prep book to practice.

Then find the Japanese script of it.



2. Scan the document or take a photo.

Scan the Japanese script or take photos of of it.



3. Save them.

Save them where you can easily pull out during the group session.

Example:

Using Our Study Materials

Get a Link of the worksheets

*Haven’t signed up our Japanese study materials yet?
Visit this page and sign up!


 

1. Open a lesson that you’ve studied in the week.

Open the course
> Lesson Part 4
> 20. Prepare for the Zoom Language Exchange
> 4. Review
> Worksheet.

 



2. Save the link.

The worksheets have both a Japanese worksheet and an English worksheet so all you need is just this one link.

Keep the link where you can easily pull out during the group session.

Examples:

Make Questions

During the group session, we’ll have a small free talk too.

Let’s make questions in Japanese to ask your Japanese friends!


 

1. Make questions.

Make about 10 questions in Japanese preferably with new vocabulary/phrases/grammar that you’ve learned in the week.

You’re not sure if you have right vocabulary/phrases/grammar?

Then post in Living Room and ask other members to check your Japanese!


 

2. Memorize the questions.

To be able to make the conversation smoothly, we recommend you to memorize the questions that you made.


 

3. Make your own answers.

In case your Japanese friends say “How about you?”, make your own answers to your questions and memorize them too.

Set Up Zoom

You don’t have a Zoom account yet?

Visit this page and create one!

Wondering how the actual group session works?

Let’s see the next,

16. Enjoy the Group Session.