Search for a Federal Way Japanese Tutor

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Melissa G. ...I am planning on continuing my education with Japanese by receiving my Bachelor's next, and then my Masters in the Japanese language. I took Japanese through my Junior and Senior years in high school as well. When I first took an interest in Japanese it was in sophomore year, yet I wasn't attending a school that had a Japanese program with it.
1 Subject: Japanese
$55.00/hr
Federal Way, WA
Kimberly D. ...For beginners, It's best to start with romaji, the romanized version of these characters and learn the hiragana and katakana as you learn. I think it's best to learn kanji after learning and using the basic characters. It makes it easier to learn them.
1 Subject: Japanese
$40.00/hr
Tacoma, WA
Lauren F. ...If your student is taking geology in middle or high school and needs help, I will do my best to explain each topic in a way that is fun and easy to understand. As a primarily self-taught digital artist for 8+ years, I have accumulated considerable knowledge of Adobe Photoshop. I learned the bas...
3 Subjects: including Japanese, Adobe Photoshop, geology
$30.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Paul R. ...From my own experience as a non-Japanese adult learning Japanese, my approach is to help the student first learn 50 Japanese verbs. Of course, this is done in parallel with their textbook study. The purpose of mastering these 50 verbs as soon as possible is that it facilitates learning verb conjugation rules and gives the student confidence.
3 Subjects: including Japanese, public speaking, business
$45.00/hr
Gig Harbor, WA
William L. Hi there! I have a Bachelor of the Arts degree from Central Washington University with a major in Japanese and a minor in Applied Computer Science, so you can be sure that I'm well-versed in both of them. As part of my studies, I spent 10 months in Kyoto, Japan - a delicious experience, I assure y...
3 Subjects: including Japanese, Microsoft Excel, general computer
$35.00/hr
Renton, WA