The Japanese language school, Meguro Language Center (in Tokyo) was established in 1990 and since then
has been attended by students from all over the world.
JLPT N2 Grammar - Group Lesson by Skype
For JLPT N2 Preparation and Business Japanese
Eligibility: ・Those who have passed N3 or who are of the same level and can understand
about 700 to 1000 kanji →Online Self Kanji Level Check ・Even those who have passed N3 will not be able to participate if the level
check determines that the actual level does not cover the N3 level. In
that case, we recommend regular private lessons. ・Lots of homework is given in the lessons of this course. Please refrain
from attending if you do not have time to prepare and review. ・For preparation and review, you need to be able to look up unreadable
From 1 to 4 persons per class (Starts on Saturday, September 19, 2020.)
Textbook：新完全マスター文法 N2(1,320円)＋ MLC original worksheet (free)
Schedule:Saturday 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm→ Yearly schedule (There are no lessons on the gray days of the calendar.)
Course:90 min. x 14 lessons
Program Loop from Chapter 1 to sorting questions. You can also join the course
from the 4th lesson (Chapter 7 and 8) or the 7th(Chapter 13 and 14) lesson.
Even if you join in the middle of the course, the course will be 14 times
in a row.
Tuition fee：14 lessons course 55,440yen (10% tax included) The textbook fee is not
No registration fee
・Bank transfe (A handling fee of 4,000 yen in Japan and a handling fee
of a transit bank outside Japan will be added. In some cases, additional
fees may be charged for transit banks in Japan and overseas.)
・Credit card (You can pay by credit card through PayPal. You do not need
a PayPal account. A 5% fee will be added) → PayPal payment procedure
There is no free trial lesson for this course.
We will introduce textbooks and free worksheets during the online interview.
Reservations: This course is a set of 14 times and the schedule is fixed. It is a course
that you will take 14 consecutive lessons from the first time. From the
start, 14 consecutive lessons will be automatically booked. You cannot
skip a lesson in the middle or transfer a day when you cannot attend to
Cancellation: Cancellation/transfer is not possible. If you cannot attend the course,
you will be absent.
This course uses Skype. Not Zoom.
Textbook: Please prepare 新完全マスター文法 N2 (1,320円) by yourself before the lesson starts.
Here is the link for Amazon Japan. → 新完全マスター文法 N2
This course does not include kanji test during the lesson.
By Skype, about 30 min.
At the interview, we will introduce teaching materials and free worksheets.
In the level check, grammar and kanji levels are checked.
3. Purchasing textbooks
Please prepare by yourself before the lesson starts.
・Bank Transfer: You cannot participate in the lesson unless we confirm
payment by 15:00 the day before the lesson.
・Paypal/Credit card: You cannot participate in the lesson unless we confirm
payment by 18:00 the day before the lesson.
* Please make payment procedures as soon as possible.
5.First worksheet delivery
As soon as we have confirmed the deposit, we will send you an e-mail with
the worksheet you will use for the first lesson. The worksheet is in PDF
format. You can write on the screen using Acrobat Reader, etc., but it
is recommended to print and use it.
6. Start Lesson
At the moment attending preparation class for JLPT. I hope my classmates
and every test participant can pass the December test in particular. Had
failure experience for taking JLPT in the past, in order to avoid that,
attend class at MLC. The tuition is quite affordable for the group lesson.
Especially for grammar class, kanji and goi quizes, the worksheets provided
are very valuable to improve our understanding for JLPT materials in particular
and overall Japanese in general. And the sensei is very kind and patient
in response to question from my classmates and myself, beside has the capability
to explain the content of the lesson that might be unfamiliar to foreigner
learning Japanese such as myself. Again thank you very much for MLC for
the support in learning Japanese and good luck for JLPT preparation for
everyone. Harli Prahadi