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  • Beginners Japanese 1

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    To start, you will learn pronunciation, counting, and lots of useful phrases and greetings.  Next, we move on to sentence structure while creating basic sentences using colors, adjectives, question words, and talking about what you like/dislike.  You’ll learn a lot of vocabulary and …

  • Beginners Japanese 2

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    You will learn how to talk about what you want/don’t want, locations, dates (days, months, years), and time.  In addition, we’ll practice asking for things, counting objects (a big topic in Japanese!), and using verbs as we learn about conjugation and the past tense.  Of course, …

  • Beginners Japanese 3

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    Learn how to use two very important verbs (ある, いる), talk about specific objects and their locations, count living things, and gain confidence with particles and other useful grammar.  You’ll master the first half of the Katakana alphabet and learn new vocabulary in the process.  <span style="color: ...

  • Beginners Japanese 4

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    Learn about the Japanese family structure, adjectives, informal verb forms/conjugations, connecting sentences, and more key grammar concepts.  Of note, you’ll learn the very important verb する and how to use it with your growing vocabulary to form a ton of new verbs.  After you complete the course, …

  • Pre-Intermediate Japanese 1

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    Practice talking about your family and relatives, hobbies, nature, seasons, weather, and your town while you learn related vocabulary and kanji.  In addition, you will learn and practice grammar concepts including ている form, normalizing verbs/adjectives, describing when actions take place using とき, changes in states using なる (become), …

  • Pre-Intermediate Japanese 2

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    Practice communicating to meet up with a friend, plan an evening out on the town, discuss food/meal plans, and share your experiences with language study and culture.  You will do all this while you learn related vocabulary and kanji, and practice grammar concepts …

  • Pre-Intermediate Japanese 3

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    Practice talking about business trips and an office environment, health and exercise, celebrations, and your feelings while you learn related vocabulary and kanji.  In addition, you will learn and practice grammar concepts including: past experiences (I have been to …), doing too much of something, …

  • Intermediate Japanese 1

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    Practice communicating while making new friends, describing people, discussing food, nature, and travel while learning related vocabulary and kanji.  You will also learn and practice grammar concepts that enable you to discuss physical characteristics of people and objects, warn against certain actions, and provide advice …

  • Intermediate Japanese 2

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    Practice talking about volunteer work, festivals/events, feelings and wishes, and shopping while you learn related vocabulary and kanji.  In addition, you will learn and practice grammar concepts including: potential or uncertain actions (e.g. may be able to, might go with, etc.), …

  • Intermediate Japanese 3

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    Practice communicating about history, culture, the environment, life events, memories and feelings.  You will do all this while you learn related vocabulary and kanji, and practice grammar concepts including: speaking of past events that affect the present, advanced explanations (e.g. try to do/try …