Skype Lessons

Ayman N. – 2017

“I’ve been wanting to learn Japanese for a long time, and i have searched for many teachers. I chose to learn with Kazuo sensei after the introduction lesson face to face, and after a trial lesson on Skype. I was extremely impressed by the structure of the lesson, which is completely geared towards the Skype format, the lessons are very well thought through and custom tweaked to the student. My first Skype lesson was challenging because I have to concentrate throughout, but thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless . The lessons are truly immersing, something that some self study courses offer at a very high price without the benefit of a teacher to guide you through. I have now signed up formally and can’t wait for my next lesson”.

Shipra (Crisis Management) – 2014

Sensei and I started Skype lessons to supplement our face to face lessons as my travel schedule for work frequently keeps me outside of London for weeks at a time. I absolutely love Kazuo sensei’s Skype lessons. They allow me to focus on really putting what I have learnt into practice by focusing on conversation skills. In addition, by utilising the Skype ‘screen share’ facility sensei is able to tailor each lesson.Dictionary
In past Skype lessons we have been able to review kanji through a series of interactive quizzes,
apply different grammatical constructions to discuss photographs, and improve my understanding and usage of counters, adjectives and adjective clauses. I always leave each Skype lesson with a few new vocabulary words and a better understanding of how to utilise them in everyday conversation.
And the best part – the lessons fit around my busy work travel schedule so that I can continue to have regular lessons even when I am away.

Amanda (Accoutant in Birmingham)

I had a few Skype lessons with Kazuo-sensei to improve my Japanese speaking and listening, and I am very happy with the lessons I had and the progress made. ReadingKazuo encourages you to speak completely in Japanese – it was a challenge to begin with but this really is the best way to learn! I felt comfortable to ask questions when there was something I did not understand, and the weekly essays helped to consolidate what I had learned. I will be sitting the JLPT N4 exam this weekend and thanks to the lessons I feel I will do well, and am now encouraged to push myself even further and aim for the JLPT N3 later this year. Thank you Kazuo-sensei for the helpful lessons!