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Interested in studying Japanese?

Well, the first semester of Japanese classes for the year have started up at TOPIA. Students are welcome to register at any time from now until the end of the semester. Check the chart below for more details on specific classes.

Time: All classes are held from 10:30am to 12:00pm on their scheduled day of the week.

Where: The meeting rooms at TOPIA, on the sixth floor of the Clement Plaza, JR Tokushima Station.

Cost: There is a  materials fee of 1,500 yen for a semester of 20 classes. However, if there are only 10 or less classes in the semester then the cost is only 750 yen. However, all classes require the Minna no Nihongo  textbooks (2,500 yen), available for purchase at TOPIA at any time.

Tuesday – Elementary 1
Ms. Tamura
We will study various verb forms, and sentence patterns using those forms. Text: “Minna no Nihongo 1” from Chapter 14

Wednesday – Elementary 2
Ms. Motoki
We will study various verb forms, and expand our range of expression.
Text: “Minna no Nihongo 2” from Chapter 26

Thursday – Elementary 3
Ms. Yamada
We will study conditionals, causative, passive voice, and honorific expressions. Text: “Minna no Nihongo 2” from Chapter 38

Friday – Beginner
Ms. Aoki
We will take the first steps towards learning basic expressions, and study hiragana and katakana, too. Text: “Minna no Nihongo 1” from Chapter 1

Saturday – General
Group Lesson
A salon-style workshop where students can study freely according to their current level, needs or requirement.
If you want to use “Minna no Nihongo”, please buy it.

Sunday – Elementary 2
JTM
We will study various verb forms, and expand our range of expression.
Text: “Minna no Nihongo 2” from Chapter 26

Sunday – Beginner – Elementary 1
Group Study
A class for those who are only able to participate on weekends. Chapters will be split into three groups according to level.
Text: “Minna no Nihongo 1” from Chapter 1 to 25

Also, a free Japanese class is held every Wednesday by Ms. Murasawa to teach basic vocabulary and kana in preparation for the elementary classes. You can turn up anytime without enrolling in the class.

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