Tuesday, October 20, 2020

I'm Finally Going to Learn Japanese!!!

I. Am. So. Excited.

As you probably know by now, I can speak several languages. However, I never really learned a language that I actually wanted to learn before. The languages I know were all learned out of necessity. This marks the first time I will be learning a language for me; and as such, my excitement is through the roof.

I have always wanted to learn Japanese. In fact, it's the only language that I really wanted to learn (at least before I fell deep into the BTS and KDrama world).

I have actually tried to learn Japanese on my own before what with my intense love for anime, Terrace House, Japanese food, and their whole country, in general. However, I found it too hard to learn the alphabet on my own and understand the inner workings of the language without a real person to teach me about it. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any places to learn Japanese here in the South, either, so that dream kind of fell to the wayside with time.

Well, I am oh-so-proud to announce that thanks to the pandemic, Jellyfish Education is making it possible for me to finally learn Japanese from the comforts of my own home. The best part is that their classes are ultra affordable at only Php5,250 per month!

The classes use the Babel method, focusing on communication skills and allowing students to improve their vocabulary, grammar, and listening skills through quizzes and practice activities.

The N4 and N5 classes come in packages of 60 hours with each session lasting for five months at an hour per session. Plus, if you sign up now, you'll get one month free! Just get in touch with them and let them know you got the news from me. ;)

What are you waiting for? Sabayan niyo na ako and let's learn Japanese together para fun!!! :D


You may call 09487112357 (Smart) or 09179486404 (Globe) for more information. They're super helpful and will patiently answer any questions you might have. Conversely, you may email them at studynihongoph@gmail.com or studynihongo.jec@gmail.com :) You may also like their Facebook page here. See you there?

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