Keyaki no Kai will offer a Japanese language class from April 2007. If you are interested in studying basic Japanese or improving your language skills, this class will help!
Applicants must be foreign residents living in or near Tsukuba whose schedule allows them to attend class regularly for 6 months.
The Introductory Class is designed for the students who are learning Japanese for the first time.
The Beginner I Class is for students who can read and write HIRAGANA and KATAKANA, and can engage in simple conversation.
The Beginner II Class is for students who have studied Japanese for more than 6 months and can understand verb and adjective changes.
From April 17th (Tue) 2007 to September 25th (Tue) 2007 / Total 17 classes
The classes meet every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Tsukuba Information Center (1-10-1 Azuma Tsukuba)
Classes will be limited to about 30 students for the Introductory Class. Also, we will recruit about 25 new students into the Beginner I Class, and about 15 students into the Beginner II Class.
Students are required to purchase a text book (1500 yen) at a book store. Every student will pay 3000 yen for miscellaneous expenses (including photocopy expenses) on 3rd April, at registration.
Registration takes place on 3rd April (Tue) from 10:00 to 12:00 at the Tsukuba Information Center. (First come, first served!) For registration, please come to fill in the application form and to have a short conversation with an instructor for placement.
Contact Keyaki no Kai (nihongo0311[AT]yahoo.co.jp).
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