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WeLearn to offer online and in-person Japanese classes free for one month


The WeLearn Community is an online platform where anyone can take Japanese lessons both online and offline.

They will offer lessons for ¥1,100 per month with a one-month free trial. During the trial period, once you sign up, you can take as many lessons as you want online or in person at a cafe located in Akihabara.


Japanese conversation classes are led by enthusiastic university student instructors who are passionate about teaching the Japanese language and culture. These online classes are designed for both beginners and advanced learners who wish to enhance their conversational skills in Japanese.

The beginner level class is perfect for those who are new to Japanese language learning or have limited experience in the language. You will have the opportunity to learn Japanese pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary while practicing conversational Japanese with the instructors. The class is structured to help build confidence in speaking Japanese through fun and interactive activities and exercises.

For those who have already studied Japanese and are looking to improve their conversational skills, the advanced level class is the perfect choice. Experienced instructors will guide you through more complex grammatical structures, vocabulary and conversation patterns. You will also have the opportunity to practice and refine your speaking skills through various activities and discussions on interesting topics related to Japanese culture, news and everyday life.

The classes are taught by university student instructors who are native or fluent speakers of Japanese and have extensive experience in teaching the language to non-native speakers. They are passionate about sharing their language and culture with learners from all over the world and providing valuable insights and tips on how to communicate effectively in Japanese.


Take advantage of the 1-month free trial so that you can experience the classes before making a commitment. You can join the community and improve your Japanese conversational skills in a fun and engaging way.

For additional details, please visit the official site here.

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Why learn Japanese,if you do not live in Japan,most Japanese can read English,but are not comfortable in speaking it, even Mexican without any formal education can become fluent in English

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That is, to be charitable, a very instrumental reason for doing something, Yrral. Perhaps some people just like to stretch their brain. And it is more than likely, since the lessons seem to be directed at people in Japan, that people may want to learn to be able to communicate with the millions in Japan who are not comfortable speaking English (or any other language).

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"most Japanese can read English,but are not comfortable in speaking it,"

Listen to the English expert!

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appears to be a subscription seeking trial based online course after one month

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Sadly, their registration system seems to be malfunctioning. No SMS verification codes are being sent (at least not to +1 US phone numbers).

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