First of all, nice to meet you all:)
This is Kana and I am a Master of Speech Pathology student and a part-time after school care educator.
I was born and raised in Japan and have been in Australia since high school.
I currently teach Japanese to 2 students regularly. I have some tutoring experiences in the past; teaching primary school students, university students and adults who had or had not studied Japanese before. I also have some experience teaching in Special Ed classes through the Graduate Diploma in Teaching.
I am open to teaching you off a textbook (which I hope you can arrange for yourself), helping you with school/uni work or targeting one skill (e.g. conversation).
I look forward to teaching you (either online or in-person) and please do not hesitate to shoot me questions if there are any!
I guess it depends on your goal or the purpose of learning Japanese.
Japanese grammar is quite straight-forward, and there are fewer exceptions to the rule compared to English, for example.
Japanese words are also relatively easy to pronounce but mastering the intonation takes a lot of practice.
Learning a language is difficult, regardless of where you are! And I know that because I had to learn English as a second language.
But if you put in the effort and time the right way, you can go a long way:)
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