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Japanese Intermediate Course

By Ayako sensei, Posted on 28/02/2018

Japanese Intermediate Course

Intermediate1 is opening on 17th March!

Have you completed Beginner contents?

Welcome to Intermediate level!!

 Students will learn more complicated grammar structures and synonyms based on what they have learnt at Beginner/Upper-Beginner/Pre-Intermediate. Some authentic materials such as videos with native Japanese will be introduced at this stage to be familiar with native Japanese talk.

At Intermediate level, you can communicate with grammar structures that you have learned in Beginner course and there is no problem to understand what they say and express what you want to say in Japanese.

To improve fluency in speaking, comprehension in reading and listening, we use a variety of medias as well as the textbook. This is because you will need to understand a bunch of paragraphs and dialogues at Intermediate level.

So what teachers organise the lesson for your in Intermediate course is that students can learn expressions and passages in video which native Japanese people talk about the topic so that they can develop expressive language skills through discussions and debates.
This course also suits for people who finished HSC Japanese Continuers/Extension.


Time: 10:00am-12:00pm
Day: Saturday
Starting date: 17th March

*Intermediate1 is for people who have finished Japanese for Busy People III/みんなの日本語L50/Genki L23 or HSC Japanese Continuers/Extension(some grammar preview required). Otherwise level check test required.


This course aims to:
– Become fluent at different language style.
– Develop language skills through expressive activities.
– Understand Japanese society and culture in particular topics.


Contents of this course are:
– たとえる(Idioms and proverbs in Japanese)
– つたえる(Changes of communication tools)
– はたらく(Working style and family)
– あきれる(Cultural differences)
– たべる(Eating habits)
– あそぶ(Being a specialist)
– いう(Language and language style)
– かざる(Impact of appearance and first impression)


Apply now to reserve your seat or contact us for further information!!




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