Japanese – N5 & N4 level
We guide and prepare students to take the 5 levels of JLPT Exam [Japanese Language Proficiency Test] conducted by the Japanese Government twice a year in July and December. Our courses are designed and structured as per the guidelines of 5 levels of JLPT Exam conducted by Japan Government and Japan Foundation
We not only prepare students for the 5 levels of JLPT exam but also focus on improving Japanese Conversational skills along with teaching Japanese Culture.
Beginners Level (200 Hrs)
Next Basic Level (250 Hrs)
Advanced Level 2
Advanced Level 1
Germany – A1 to B2 level
We undertake and prepare students to take the Language Examination Certificate for German up to B2 level which is required for a successful conversation with a German company. Levels A1 and A2 are called ‘Elementary use of Language’ and levels B1 and B2 are called ‘Independent language use’.
Can understand and use familiar, everyday expressions and very simple sentences, which relate to the satisfying of concrete needs. Can introduce him/herself and others as well as ask others about themselves – e.g. where they live, who they know and what they own – and can respond to questions of this nature. Can communicate in a simple manner if the person they are speaking to speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to help.
Can understand sentences and commonly used expressions associated with topics directly related to his/her direct circumstances (e.g. personal information or information about his/her family, shopping, work, immediate surroundings). Can make him/herself understood in simple, routine situations dealing with a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and common topics. Can describe his/her background and education, immediate surroundings and other things associated with immediate needs in a simple way.
Can understand the main points when clear, standard language is used and the focus is on familiar topics associated with work, school, leisure time, etc. Can deal with most situations typically encountered when travelling in the language region. Can express him/herself simply and coherently regarding familiar topics and areas of personal interest. Can report on experiences and events, describe dreams, hopes and goals as well as make short statements to justify or explain his/her own views and plans.
Can understand the main contents of complex texts on concrete and abstract topics; also understands specialized discussions in his/her own primary area of specialization. Can communicate so spontaneously and fluently that a normal conversation with native speakers is easily possible without a great deal of effort on either side. Can express him/herself on a wide range of topics in a clear and detailed manner, explain his/her position on a current issue and indicate the benefits and drawbacks of various options.