We teach Japanese classes in Shinsaibashi, Osaka.

Japanese Futaba Language School

LANGUAGE

Beginner’s II

The example of a curriculum

  • *Please note that our teachers may change the contents of lessons.
Lesson Section Table of contents Lesson Section Table of contents
1 26th Understanding “た-form” → “んです(~is~. = conclusion)” 31 40th “~かどうか(Whether~)” “~してみる(I try ~)”
2 26th “んですが、~していただけませんか(~, but would you please ~?)” “んですが、~たらいいですか(~, but is it okay if we do~?)” 32 41st Reviewing Section 24th / modest words “~していただく” “くださる”
3 27th Understanding how to describe potentials and possibilities 33 41st “~してやる (will do ~ for you)” “~してあげる(will do ~ for you)”
4 27th Understanding of the term “だけ(only)” and “しか(only)”, “できる(able to)” 34 42nd Causes: “ために(for~)” and “のに(~but~)”
5 27th Determining term “~は~”, adding term “~も~”, specifying term “~が~”, and paradox term “~が~” 35 42nd Postpositional particles “number + は” and “number + も”
6 28th Reviewing the section 14th and 15th. (~ています(~ing.)): present continuous and state tense) 36 43rd Understanding how to show some conditions by using the word “そう(like ~)” and understanding the sentence “~して来る(go there to do ~)”
7 28th Reviewing the section 16th: “して〜して(do ~ and do~)” and “たり、たり(do~ and do~)” 37 Progress adjustment
8 28th “~ながら(while)” “~し、~し(do~ and do ~.)” 38 44th “~すぎる(It is too ~.)” “~しやすい(It is easy to ~.)” “~しにくい(It is difficult to ~.)”
9 29th Reviewing: “~ています(I am ~ing.)” / Comparing between “~しました(I finished doing ~.)” and “~してしまう(happened to do ~)”(statement) 39 44th い-adjective + くする(make it ~ ), な-adjective + にする(make it ~), and noun + にする (make it ~)
10 30th Comparing among “~しています(doing ~)” “~してあります(done~)” and “しておきます(will do~)”(statements) 40 45th Comparison between “~場合は、(In case of ~)” “のに(did~, but)” → “けど(but)、が(but)、”
11 Progress adjustment 41 46th “~するところ (~ is about to ~)” “~したばかり(~ has just done~)” “~はず(It should be ~)”
12 31st “~しよう(Let’s do~.)” “~している(~ is ~ing.)” “~していません(~ is not ~ing.)” “もう(already)・まだ(yet)” 42 Reviewing and mastering the previous lesson
13 31st “~しようと思っています(thinking of doing~.)” “~するつもりです(“~ going to ~.)” “~する予定です(planning to ~.)” 43 47th Comparing between hearsay form “そう” and state form “そう”
14 32nd “~した方がいい(It’s better to ~.)” “~しない方がいい(It’s better not to~.)” “~でしょう(Probably it is ~.)” 44 47th Comparing between the state form “よう” and “そう(Section 43rd)”
15 33rd “~かもしれません(It might be ~)” 45 48th Causative verbs
16 34th Imperative and prohibiting forms 46 48th Reviewing how to use causative verbs
17 34th Fact specifying term “と”: ~と言う(It is called~)、書く(It is written as~)、読む(It is read as~)、聞くWe heard that~) 47 49th Honorific language
18 34th “~という意味です(It means ~.)” “~と言っていました(I heard that someone said ~.)” 48 50th Modest language
19 35th “~とおりに ~してください(Please do ~ as directed.)” “~のあとで・~したあとで(After ~)” 49 Reviewing and mastering the previous lesson
20 35th “~して~する(do ~ and do ~.)” “~しないで~する(do ~ without doing ~.)” 50 Reviewing and mastering the previous lesson
21 35th “~すれば(If I do ~)” “~しなければ(If I do not~)” 51 Reviewing and mastering the previous lesson
22 35th “~すればするほど(More you ~, more …)” “~なら(If~)” 52 Conversation with Japanese people
23 36th “~するように~する(make to do ~)” 53 JLPT N4 preparation, kanji test, and Japanese conversation
24 36th “~するように~なる(become~as ~)” 54 Conversation with Japanese people
25 36th “~できなくなる(disable to~)” 55 JJLPT N4 preparation, kanji test, and Japanese conversation
26 37th Understanding passive sentences 56 Conversation with Japanese people
27 37th Reviewing passive sentences 57 JJLPT N4 preparation, kanji test, and Japanese conversation
28 38th The embodiment term “の”: “のは、のが、のを” 58 Conversation with Japanese people
29 39th “ので(Because~)” 59 JJLPT N4 preparation, kanji test, and Japanese conversation
30 39th “で、して、くて(Because~)” 60 Conversation with Japanese people

Testimonials

“What do you like about Futaba Language School?”

Mr. S.R. from Belgium (Full time worker at the accounting department of a Japanese company):

  • ・Our teachers are incredible and their lessons are wonderful.
  • ・Location of the school is good; very close to my home.
  • ・I enjoy participating the fun activities which the school holds.
  • ・By attending the school, I could make various friends from Japan
     and the other countries.

Mr. M.M. from Spain (Worker at a bakery):

  • ・Their lessons are very clear for me to understand and they are
     enjoyable.
  • ・It is great that the school is located near my home.