Japan Foundation Los Angeles provides new language course: Japanese for Advanced Learners
Saturdays, September 24, October 1, October 8, 3 meetings in total
Do you want to brush up your Japanese?
Do you want to use your Japanese in a professional way?
This fall 2016 term, JF Nihongo will offer a new course series.
This course series is designed for experienced learners who would like to improve their language skills at an advanced level.
Each course focuses on a specific theme such as discussions in Japanese or keigo (honorific language).
The courses are aimed for those at the B1 or B2 level* and consist of a concise set of three meetings (once a week for three weeks).
*The levels are based on JF Standard. Click here to learn more.
Age: 18 years old and up
Class Size: 16 people
Tuition: $90** **All applicants are eligible for a 10% Early Bird Discount if you register by September 10. Past students are also eligible for an additional 10% Past Student Discount on tuition. Click here to learn more.
Discussions in Japanese: Sep. 24-Oct. 8
In this course, you will develop the skill to describe a wide range of general topics in detail, give your opinions regarding these topics, and exchange opinions effectively with others to develop the discussion in a group.
Date & Time: Saturdays, September 24, October 1, October 8 (3 meetings in total) 12:00pm – 2:00pm (2 hours)
Location: Miracle Mile: The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles: 5700 Wilshire Blvd. #100, Los Angeles, CA 90036. See Location
Prerequisites: You must be able to understand instructions that are only in Japanese. You must be able to read a simple article and give your opinion about it.
Goal: B2 level* *Goal levels are based on JF Standard proficiency levels. Click here to learn more.
At the end of the course, successful learners will:
Be able to use the language fluently on a wide range of topics
Be able to develop a clear description, expanding and supporting your main point
Be able to keep up with and contribute to group discussions
Be able to read a newspaper editorial and understand new information