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Do you want to learn Japanese, but struggle to fit a class into your busy schedule? Maybe you are a Japanese major at the University of Tulsa, a high school senior at Union High School planning to travel to Japan, or a full-time professional in the Tulsa area who has always wanted to learn a new language. No matter your skill level, Varsity Tutors can enroll you in a Tulsa Japanese course and help you get started learning Japanese!

The challenge and time commitment of learning a new language can be intimidating, but Varsity Tutors offers Tulsa Japanese classes that take the hassle out of learning Japanese. When learning to speak or read a language, the most important thing is repetition, practice, and immersion in the language. That is, you need to be hearing, translating, and interacting with the language as much as possible. The more you immerse yourself, the faster you can master Japanese. Online classes are a convenient and accessible way to work this practice into any busy schedule. Not only will you learn from expert instructors, but you can also trade knowledge of Japanese with other students.

What can I learn from a Tulsa Japanese course?

As one of the world's major languages, Japanese is spoken by more than 127 million people. Written records of Japanese date back as far as the 8th century. With such a rich history behind the Japanese language, a Tulsa Japanese class can cover the linguistic development of Japanese over the centuries, the cultural shifts related to these developments, and the historic threads present in modern Japanese.

Additionally, a Tulsa Japanese course may review Japanese accents and pronunciation, as well as phrasing, vocabulary, alphabet characters, and sentence structure. Japanese sentences use a word order formula of subject, object, then verb. Japanese verbs must be placed at the end of a sentence in order to be grammatically correct. This differs from English. English orders items in a sentence as subject, verb, then object. For example, the English sentence, "I jump rope" would be reordered as "I rope jump" in Japanese. Sentence structure is just one of many concepts that may be covered in a Tulsa Japanese course.

How do I learn Japanese in an online class?

All Tulsa Japanese classes are taught entirely online by expert instructors. Prior to teaching, instructors are strictly vetted, ensuring that they are enthusiastic and comprehensive sources. Technology tools on the Live Learning Platform bring the features of a traditional classroom into an online environment. Instructors teach each session through video chat, so you can always view and speak with your instructor directly. A virtual whiteboard makes it easy to take notes and organize class material, and discussion boards allow you to converse with other Japanese learners.

Sharing knowledge and working collaboratively with other students can help you retain more course concepts than you may have otherwise. Learning alongside other students gives you additional opportunities to practice and discuss Japanese. Furthermore, advanced students can share their understanding with less advanced students, helping everyone stay on the same level and succeed. The collaborative environment in these online classes, therefore, helps students gain the full value of a Japanese course.

As you practice speaking Japanese more often, you may find yourself with questions that other students in the class are not asking. If you feel that you need extra support in the course, you have the option to request a one-on-one meeting with your instructor. Pick a time that fits your schedule and video chat with your instructor to discuss questions, concerns, and learning goals. Unlike large Japanese lectures at the University of Tulsa, Tulsa Japanese courses offer the benefit of individual attention alongside group discussions.

How do I sign up for a Tulsa Japanese class?

Whether you are a high school student at Booker T. Washington High School or an International Relations major at the University of Tulsa, Varsity Tutors can enroll you in a Tulsa Japanese class that supports your goals. Japanese is spoken by over 127 million people, and its cultural history dates back thousands of years, so learning Japanese can provide you with the ability to engage with modern cultures and ancient history alike. You can prepare for an upcoming trip to Japan, read your favorite anime in its original form, or add an extra skill to your resume by learning Japanese!

No matter your motivation for studying Japanese, you can benefit from the convenience of online classes. Online classes provide convenient, collaborative learning opportunities for students of all skill levels and learning styles. Classes are offered on weekdays, weekends, and nights, so they fit easily into your schedule. Choose a comfortable duration, as both two-week or four-week options are available. New classes begin at the start of each month, so you never have to wait long to start speaking Japanese. Contact Varsity Tutors today to find the Tulsa Japanese class for you!

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