Introduction to Japanese – Faux-Beginning

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Early bird

8 Tuesdays, 7:15 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.

Book: GENKI I: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese, 2nd edition ISBN-13: 978-4789014403
Location: Taught online via Zoom. An invitation and explanations on how to join the meeting will be sent to registered students.
Instructor
Madoka Iriguchi Burkinshaw
Price: $130 (early registration) $145 (after 4/18)
Dates:
05/04 – 06/22

This is a continuation of our introduction to the Japanese Part I, II, III classes — or similar experience.

This level assumes that students have been introduced to basic sentence structure and vocabulary to be able to engage in simple conversation involving greetings and basic background information (such as greetings, exchanging information, and making small talk about their daily life)
In this course, students are able to recognize Hiragana and Katakana (Japanese alphabetical systems) and read and write simple sentences.
Some Kanji (Chinese characters used in Japanese) will be introduced during the course.

If you know that this is the right level for you, please sign up!
If you are not sure, let us help and evaluate if it is. Sign up to attend our free Practice & Evaluate session of 04/13. And if you are unable to attend to attend, please get in touch by email or sign up for an online informational meeting on April 15th.

$145.00 $130.00

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