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Japanese language evening courses in Wrexham

Why Study Japanese?

Studying Japanese means learning a language that is so different from English that it will make you rethink your most basic assumptions about the way language works. 

It means learning to conjugate your verbs according to not just tense but also to politeness.

It means getting used to the idea that adjectives can have a past tense.

It means doing without plurals, choosing among dozens of different words for “I,” and learning to wait for the verb until the very end of the sentence.

Japanese is difficult in ways that European languages are not, but it is also surprisingly easy in ways that they can be difficult. There is no subjunctive mood to worry about, no grammatical gender, no definite or indefinite articles, and no complex conjugations according to person.

It is also extremely easy to pronounce Japanese.

Location

Wrexham Glyndwr University Mold Road Campus

Course duration

40 hour course

Level A1 Thursdays 18:00 - 20:00

Dates of course

Level A1 will commence late November  (exact date to be confirmed). Enrolment is open until then.

What will you study?

Japenese Beginner level (CEFR A1)This class is aimed at students who have no previous knowledge of the language.

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

Communicate and exchange information in a simple way.Demonstrate an understanding and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases, Introduce themselves and ask and answer questions about personal information such as where someone lives, what someone does for a living etc.

Fees

£210 for non-Wrexham Glyndwr University students and staff

£50 for Wrexham Glyndwr University students and staff.

Materials not included

Credits

Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive 20 UK HE credits (10 ECTS)

BOOK YOUR COURSE HERE

Japanese Beginner level (CEFR A1) ENROL HERE

More information: languages.foreign@glyndwr.ac.uk

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