High School Japanese

Course Description: Learn the basics of Japanese, from greetings and basic conversational skills to being able to order food and shop. Our course is designed for the beginner who’s eager to learn basic Japanese phrases and develop a strong familiarity with the Hiragana alphabet. Regular homework will also be given.

Course Goals: To be able to greet and introduce yourself, order at stores and restaurants.

Japanese Classes NYC

Course Curriculum: Follows Genki I and II, please note that handouts will be provided. It is not necessary to buy your own text.

Cost: The cost for this 9 class, 5 week course (18 credit hours) including the orientation is 449 upfront, or two payments of 239. Please note all course materials will be provided for you. Payment is either through a credit card online or check via mail to Hills Learning. Payment must be received to guarantee a spot in the class.

Maximum Attendance: 10 students.

Schedule:

Orientation

June 19th, 4 to 5pm

Class Schedule

Wednesday June 30th through July 30th, 4 to 6pm every Wednesday and Friday (July 2nd will be a holiday). 9 classes for a total of 18 hours of instruction.

Location: The course will be held 380 Lexington Avenue, at 42nd and Lexington, on the 17th floor.

Prerequisite: It is recommended, not required, that students become familiar with the Hiragana alphabet before starting this course.

Get a jumpstart on Hiragana: http://www.hillslearning.com/blog and then under Japanese language choose the category, “Hiragana”


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