Free Video Lesson (Japanese for Beginners 1)

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Posted: 29th June 2023

If you're signed up to my newsletter, you may already be aware of an exciting development: Ippo Ippo Japanese's foray into the big bad world of YouTube!

Having recently decided to interact much less with social media in general, I'm still very much testing the waters in terms of what I want to do on YouTube. However, the exciting news is that one of my very first videos is a completely free sample of the first lesson in my Japanese for Beginners 1 course.

This is one of my most popular courses, so I hope you enjoy getting a sneak preview of what it's like!

Funnily enough, I didn't intend to upload this video publicly to YouTube when I first made it, so this is a very genuine example of what you'd get via my new study option: Anytime Courses.

Anytime Courses are recorded versions of courses that you can access at any time. Lessons are shared privately via YouTube, making them easy to watch from pretty much wherever you are in the world.

Anytime Courses are a great option for you if:

  • You enjoy learning via video
  • You like studying independently
  • You would prefer to set your own schedule

If you're keen to find out more about this new flexible study option, you can click here to find out more.

As it takes a fair amount of time to film and edit videos, Japanese for Beginners 1 is currently the only course available in this format, but if it proves popular, there'll be more to come later this year.

Newsletter subscribers get a special discount for Anytime Courses, so if you haven't done so yet, don't forget to subscribe!

Catch you again soon,


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