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Five-Day Japanese Language Course

Author:Author unknown, Issue: May 1999, Topic: Japanese language

Second year graduate students majoring in teaching Japanese as a second language invite you to join a 5-day intensive course for beginners. The course will focus on basic conversation skills. The classes will take place from July 2nd through July 7th every day except Sunday from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the 2G building of Tsukuba University. There will be 2 classes of 10 people per class. Applicants must be over 18 years old. There is no tuition fee, but 500 yen will be charged for teaching materials.

For more information and to register call Barbara at 55-5345 (English), Duan at 56-7663 (Chinese), Chon at 54-8742 (Korean), Saranya at 53-9150 (Thai) or contact Masumi (s973020[at]ipe.tsukuba.ac.jp). We will send you an application form and a questionnaire.

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