By the end of this course, you will be able to talk in Japanese about travel and a range of outdoor leisure activities; generally, you will be handling most everyday situations and also understanding a lot of native speakers in these contexts.
4 February10 weeks, Tue 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Session 1Tue 04 Feb 18:00 - Tue 04 Feb 19:30Auckland
Session 2Tue 11 Feb 18:00 - Tue 11 Feb 19:30Auckland
Session 3Tue 18 Feb 18:00 - Tue 18 Feb 19:30Auckland
Session 4Tue 25 Feb 18:00 - Tue 25 Feb 19:30Auckland
Session 5Tue 03 Mar 18:00 - Tue 03 Mar 19:30Auckland
Session 6Tue 10 Mar 18:00 - Tue 10 Mar 19:30Auckland
Session 7Tue 17 Mar 18:00 - Tue 17 Mar 19:30Auckland
Session 8Tue 24 Mar 18:00 - Tue 24 Mar 19:30Auckland
Session 9Tue 31 Mar 18:00 - Tue 31 Mar 19:30Auckland
Session 10Tue 07 Apr 18:00 - Tue 07 Apr 19:30AucklandAuckland
- $399.00 incl. GST
Unit 1 - Special events - You will be able to talk about special events in your life, and the dates when they take place.
Unit 2 - Fit in the city! - You will be able to talk about keeping fit and also give information about places and directions in a city.
Unit 3 - Describing your company - You will be able to introduce your company, using Japanese, much as you would in a business setting.
Unit 4 - A weekend in the country - You will be able to talk about nature, ask permission and make requests in Japanese, and also describe generally what is allowed and not allowed.
Unit 5 - By the sea - You will be able to talk about what you see at the coast, and also use Japanese to discuss with more subtlety the activities which you like.
Unit 6 - In the mountains - You will be able to talk about activities in the mountains, understand a weather forecast and also give instructions.
Unit 7 - The daily routine - You will be able to talk about your daily activities in Japanese and relate these to particular times of the day.
Unit 8 - Relationships - You will be able to discuss relationships and understand simple texts concerned with relationship issues.
Unit 9 - At the station - You will be able to use Japanese to handle travel by train or metro, from getting information to finding your seat; you will also be able to talk about plans for the immediate future.
Unit 10 - Taking a flight - You will be able to deal with airports and flights in Japanese, also talking about how long something has been going on for.
(Please note that the information here may change slightly, since we make ongoing revisions to our course material in the light of client feedback, and may also adjust it to suit the needs of particular classes.)
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