Pronounce like a Native Japanese! Class | Amphy
Pronounce like a Native Japanese! with Julia A | Amphy

Pronounce like a Native Japanese!

Tips to pronounce Japanese phrases like a native! They sound very different from English!

What you'll learn

⭐️Available for groups as well⭐️
... Just chat me the dates and times (with your location) so I’ll change this to Group.

*20% discount / student for Group

During the class (30 mins)
- Learn all the vowels and consonants
- Learn pronunciation tips that many people get wrong
- Practise the pronunciation with useful phrases
- Voice pitch *For intermediate - advanced level

Recommended Levels
- Extreme beginners
- Beginners 
- Intermediate
- Advanced

Ages: Anyone! Kids - adults

Platform: Zoom
... You don’t have to show your face if you are too shy. 

If you come late to the class
... The teacher will wait for you for the first 10 mins. If you can't still make it on time, please message me for the reschedule. 

This class is perfect for

Japanese learners

Your Teacher

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Why did I become a Japanese teacher? ... Since I realized the beauty of Japanese language and there are a lot of people all around the world who love Japan!! I started feeling that I’m meant to be born as a Japanese to tell how beautiful Japan is from the aspects of culture, history, and language. I believe learning a new language broadens your possibility and even changes your personality in a better way. I’d love to be of any help for you! Teaching style ... Very flexible! We can study based on a textbook step by step, focus on writing Japanese letters, have a conversation in Japanese, talk about some questions you’ve been wondering for, analyze your favorite Japanese songs/ anime/ manga, etc. How long have I been teaching? ... Since 2015 on Instagram. ... Since 2020 as a personal teacher. How many students have I taught? ... 106k students on my Instagram! ... 20+ students as a personal coach

What students need

Zoom account

How to participate

Simply click the link in your confirmation email to join the video call.
Note: Be sure to download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device before your scheduled class.