Next Steps in Japanese with Paul Noble for Intermediate Learners, Complete Course
By Paul Noble
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No books. No long lists of vocabulary. No chance of failure. Welcome to Learn with Paul Noble – a tried and tested language learning method that has been used by over 1 million people to speak fluently and confidently. Take your Japanese to the next level and further your fluency with Paul's simple, relaxed approach and learn in a way that suits you – without having to memorise long lists of words you won't use; scribbling notes as you listen; or feeling frustrated. Instead, Paul will help you to you build on your existing Japanese knowledge and guide you through 12 hours of essential tenses and grammar that you need to independently construct sentences and feel confident speaking Japanese in a variety of scenarios. Just listen, interact, and learn wherever you are. This course also contains a handy downloadable booklet to help you revise and reinforce your learning. Next Steps is an intermediate course, for non-beginners, which follows on from the Learn Japanese with Paul Noble for Beginners – Complete Course. Paul Noble left school unable to speak a language – having found that the traditional learning methods left him feeling 'confused, incapable and unable to really say anything'. Determined that there must be a better way to learn, Paul spent years devising his own unique method of learning languages which cuts out all the grammar, all the memorisation, and all the stress. He began using his method to teach in his Language Institute and, thousands of students later, he prides himself on never having had a student fail. To continue your language learning journey once you've completed this course, download Learn with Paul Noble Complete courses in a variety of languages: Spanish, French, Italian, German and Mandarin Chinese. The accompanying booklet is also available here: http://collinsdictionary.com/resources#next-steps