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Japanese Classes: Fall 2000

Author: Author Unknown, Issue: September 2000, Topic: Classes, Japanese Language

The Tsukuba Information Center is offering free language classes on Tuesday mornings beginning Oct. 17 and running through March 6. The 2-hour classes begin at 9:30 a.m. and finish at 11:30 and will be held at the Tsukuba Information Center (3F) located next to Nova Hall. The classes will be divided into 3 levels: Introductory (for those with no previous study), Beginner 1 (for those who have studied Japanese using Hiragana for 30 hours), and Beginner 2 (for those who have studied Japanese for 60 hours or 6 months and can read Hiragana).

Registration is on Tuesday, Sept 19 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and is limited to 25 applicants for each class. Applicants must be foreign residents who live in or near Tsukuba and can attend all classes for 6 months. To register, come to the Information Center on the 19th for a short interview with the instructors to determine which class is most appropriate. As it is first come, first served, earlier in the day is better. For more information, please contact Ayako or Yoshiko at 52-6789.

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