One important aspect of learning any language is listening comprehension so this beginner lesson focuses specifically on that. The lesson uses a combination of images and Japanese dialogues so that you can practice listening first and then try to guess at the meaning. You’ll learn some other vocabulary along the way so it’s a solid way to practice. If this helps then you might find yourself talking about how your grades have improved in Japanese. You can subscribe to their videos here.
Here’s another solid lesson that focuses on how you say excess or something is excessive in Japanese from Learn Japanese from Some Guy who should follow here. In this lesson he explains how to use すぎる to say that something is extreme or excessive. He also covers how to use with both verbs, conjugations and adjectives, even how to use in the negative form. Another lesson that that you might want to use with this one is linked at the end of this sentence so that you can say if this extreme is good or bad in Japanese.
Hopefully you won’t ever need the opening sentence example from this video which is “My Japanese is bad” and instead you can focus on how to say things are good. This video covers a variety of words and phrases related to being good or bad at things and also explains the differences between 上手 (jouzu), 下手 (heta), 得意 (tokui) and 苦手 (nigate) . You should subscribe to her other videos here. You might also want to say “I think” in Japanese.
When you first start learning Japanese you might be using more set phrases than building complete sentences on your own. This lesson covers an important topic which is how to start and how to end sentences and verbs. This is similar to transitive words in Japanese so if you’re looking for that you will probably also find this one useful. You can subscribe to their videos here. If you like the teacher from this lesson you may also enjoy their video about how to start learning Kanji.