Meiji University developed this site for intermediate and pre-advanced learners to practice speaking and listening. They used the study books, Nihongo de Chosen (Challenge in Japanese)! Speech & Discussion and Motto Nihongo de Chosen (More Challenge in Intermediate Japanese)! Speech & Discussion for reference.
- They used the study books, Nihongo de Chosen (Challenge in Japanese)! Speech & Discussion and Motto Nihongo de Chosen (More Challenge in Intermediate Japanese)! Speech & Discussion for reference.
- It comes with Japanese or English subtitles that you can select to display, if you like.
- There is video content for intermediate and audio content for Intermediate and Pre-Advanced.
- The site is simple and easy to use.
From HOME, select VIDEO/AUDIO or your level.
This is the Video [Intermediate] top page.
On the right side of the screen, you can see the list of units.
There are six units in all.
You can practice speaking and listening in various situations such as introducing yourself to start enjoying a conversation, making a speech to talk by yourself, interviewing each other to talk in pairs, and having discussions to debate in groups.
Choose whether or not to use English/Japanese subtitles and start the video.
When Japanese subtitles are displayed, you will see the kanji readings in parentheses.
With the audio, you can practice dictation, listening, and comprehension by not displaying the subtitles.
For details about usage and other hints, refer to the PDF in the heading of the top screen.