|Course Description: Develop your everyday life skills in Japanese. This course covers how to invite people out and talk at the restaurant in Japanese, as well as focusing more on past and present tense conjugations, vocabulary, and verb forms.|
Course Goals: To be able to use your Japanese in a more practical context. Basic conversation skills are developed, while also practicing reading and writing.
This course is an extension of our Beginner and Advanced Beginner courses. By the end of the class, students should feel comfortable accessing real world Japanese resources on the own to further enhance their Japanese understanding.
Course Curriculum: Follows Genki I chapters 5 and 6. Depending on the ability of the class, this could be extended.
Maximum Attendance: We feel that having a smaller amount of students makes for a better language learning experience. Please sign up now as space is limited to 8 students.
Prerequisite: Students should have working knowledge of both Hiragana and Katakana, and starting to learn Kanji. Some particular knowledge of Japanese is recommended, such as あります・います、how to conjugate verbs, past forms, etc. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
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