What is it like to study this course and how will I be assessed?
Please note that this is a three part course.
There are further dates throughout the year - please contact us for information or visit the website again from September 2019.
Aimed at students who have already completed a beginners course. You will build on your knowledge and skills enabling you to cope with more challenging everyday situations.
Part 1 topics: Japanese characters (Kanji), Talking about the characteristics of things and people, Talking about giving and receiving gifts, Praising someone’s possessions, Expressing your thoughts about experiences, Expressing gratitude, Making a telephone call, Talking about events, Inviting someone to an event, Making plans with someone, Talking about what you own, Offering help and accepting/rejecting an offer.
Part 2 topics: Japanese characters (Kanji), talking about weekend plans and travel plans, talking about schedules in detail, making a request, giving directions to a taxi driver; talking about departure and arrival times, asking about travel times, asking permission, granting or refusing permission with a reason, forbidding someone from doing something with a reason, asking someone not to do something.
Part 3 topics: Japanese characters (Kanji); talking about what you are doing now; talking about whether you have finished an activity; talking about your job and living place; making an inquiry about a product.