Learn spoken Japanese through film

Date: 1 June 2011 – 23 June 2011 from 6.30pm
Venue: The Japan Foundation London

Deadline for applications: 25th May 2011

‘Talking Contemporary Japan’ is designed for adult learners interested in updating and refreshing their knowledge about Japan whilst practising their Japanese language skills in a series of evening classes at the Japan Foundation London. This term, the course will be taught by Seiji Fukushima, Chief Japanese Language Advisor at the Japan Foundation London. Whilst providing a genuine chance to look behind some of Japan’s contemporary cultural issues, the course will also provide you with an ideal opportunity to improve all four skills of Japanese.

In this course, participants will:
• Learn colloquial Japanese by watching the movie “Happy Family Plan” (2001).
• Recognise different styles of spoken Japanese according to gender, relationships, personality etc.
• Develop language skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing of Japanese.
• Gain confidence and broaden their knowledge of Japanese language, culture and society.

In this course, participants will:
• Learn colloquial Japanese by watching the movie “Happy Family Plan” (2001).
• Recognise different styles of spoken Japanese according to gender, relationships, personality etc.
• Develop language skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing of Japanese.
• Gain confidence and broaden their knowledge of Japanese language, culture and society.

This course will be held in Japanese. Participants must have an advanced level of Japanese (JLPT N2/level 2 and upwards). Learners will be encouraged to engage in lively discussions in Japanese with fellow course participants.

To reserve your place, please download and complete the application form below and email it to info.language@jpf.org.uk.


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