Free online course to learn Japanese
Definition of Japanese language:
The Japanese language is the official language of Japan, and one of the most important languages in the world.
Information you do not know about the Japanese language:
The symbol used by the Japanese language is traced back to China, although the two languages are quite different.
The Japanese language uses three types of letters.
The symbols that are used in the Japanese language are called “kanji”, taken from the Chinese language, and since ancient times they have been used as graphics.
The number of symbols used by the language is about 2000 characters.
Children learn about 1,000 letters in Japanese in elementary school, and 1,000 letters in middle school.
The Japanese language contains two sets of phonemic letters (katakana, hiragana).
Each phoneme consists of 46 letters in the Japanese language and each letter is considered a phoneme.
It is spoken by about 1.5 million Japanese.
It occupies the ninth place among the other languages.
Japan is the only country that speaks the Japanese language.
You write from left to right and from top to bottom.
The Japanese language was written from right to left as Arabic in some periods.
Contain many local languages.
It differs from any other language in its letters, which makes it distinctive.
It differs from any other language based on the alphabet, such as Arabic.
The subject curriculum is presented to the beginner in the Japanese language so that they become familiar with the important basics in the language (letters – nouns and verbs – conversation)
The Japanese language course curriculum:
Writing system in the Japanese language
Sections of verbs
Words and terms
A note prepared by me and uploaded to the site for the student to print.
Japanese Language Learning Outcomes:
30% readability of Japanese
Knowing how to conjugate nouns and verbs (Past, Present, Proven and Negative)