Here at Wahaha, we are proud to add Japanese Tutor Melbourne to our list of partner Japanese schools throughout the world!
Decided to study Japanese abroad in Japan, but having trouble deciding on a school?Please check out our blog post on our new partner’s site for tips on choosing a school:
Hi everyone! I hope you are not melted down by the heat and that you can enjoy your natsu yasumi!
And because Wahaha would not want you to forget about your Japanese, we have a special campaign: from August 15 to September 30, we offer private lessons for 2,750 yen an hour, with no enrollment fee, no minimum time and no obligations!
This offer is opened to everyone, university student, travelers, or people who could not leave their desks for the holidays. The only limitation is that you can only take up to 6 hours of lessons per week.
Contact us for more information and to reserve your time slot today!
Are you planning your trip to Japan during Winter holiday?
This is what we will be doing from 12/24/2012 to 1/13/2013.
No Class at WAHAHA from 12/29/2012 to 1/6/2013.
However, there will be a variety of New Year’s activities for all students during this time!
Are you going to take JLPT test in Dec.2012??
Are you looking for experienced teachers for JLPT preparation??
Try our JLPT preparation course!
JLPT Preparation Private Course
This course is designed for whom intending to take JLPT in December 2012. It assists candidates in the skills and strategies necessary for enhancing the ability of Listening, Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary.
Course Fees : JPY2,5000 (60min. × 10 lessons) , Text book fee is not included.
Class Date & Times :1 lesson / 60min.
Date and Times : All flexible depend on the student’s convenient schedule.
* We will do our best to fit your requests.
Course Contents :
– Private Lesson
– Access to independent learning facilities.
– Focus on individual weak point.
– Building up sufficient connects Listening, Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary.
– 2 free prep tests
Course Outcome :
– Reflected on approaches to test-taking
– Practiced the test under exam circumstances.
– Identified the key skills needed to accomplish the exam.
– Reviewed general skills and the strategies of test-taking
Kyle san wrote about WAHAHA on his blog, and he’s kindly allowed us to share his blog here.
He is teaching English here in Japan, and joined our school for one week during Golden week. He wrote from the day he arrived here in Fukuoka to last day at WAHAHA.
Let’s see how he spent his life here in Fukuoka/WAHAHA.
Here is the link : http://okaerikudamatsu.wordpress.com/2012/04/29/%E8%A5%BF%E6%96%B0%E5%88%9D%E6%97%A5-or-day-one-in-nishijin/
Thank you Kyle san. 🙂