Private Tutoring Rates

I believe everyone deserves quality and affordable educational support in order to achieve academic success. Scroll down to see my rates. Please contact me for special cases.

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Group Lessons In Person

If you are a college or university in Hampshire area, please contact me. We can talk further about teaching in a class.

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This is for casual learner. I am open for completely beginners.

  • Elementary: £30/hour
  • Beginner: £30/hour
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JLPT Preparation

JLPT is a mile stone to know your level of Japanese. I can offer preparation of JLPT N5 and N4 level.

JLPT focus: £35/hour

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to buy a Genki textbook?

    It is recommended that you buy a Genki textbook so that you can revise the grammar points between lessons.

  • How long does it take to learn Japanese?

    JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) is the first step to check your Japanese skills. To be able to pass the N5 exam which is easiest, it usually takes 350 to 600 hours of study needed for no prior kanji knowledge.  If you need some help for JLPT exams, I’m here for you.

  • Do you teach completely beginner?

    Yes I do! I’ve been teaching beginners for 6 years. If you are a complete beginner, my lessons will start from learning hiragana which is the phonetic Japanese alphabet. Although I recommend to study hiragana and katakana before starting lessons. Hiragana and katakana is memorizing letters and sound, you can learn approximately 2 weeks using apps.

  • Should I learn hiragana before the lesson?

    Ideally, yes it’s better to learn hiragana and katakana before the first lesson. Much of learning hiragana and katakana comes down to  memorizing the letter shape and sound. This usually takes around 2 to 4 weeks to complete hiragana and katakana. Here is the useful apps to memorize hiragana and katakana.

    If you need help learning hiragana and katakana, I can teach you from scratch!

  • Do you teach in person?

    I teach online only. You will need a Skype account before we start lessons.

  • Do you teach in group?

    No, I teach 1 to 1 via Skype. This way all of my students get as much speaking practice as possible and each lesson can be tailored to each student.

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