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2012/06/17 / Gem R. Zhang

Japanese Language Class at ETHOS Corp.

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Japanese Language Study Program
The ETHOS Japanese training program has two major divisions: BASIC and ADVANCED. The BASIC course covers writing, simple grammar, vocabulary, and speaking skills. It is designed to bring students to a Level 5 rating of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. (JLPT) Below you will find a brief outline of the major topics in the program.

Japanese Writing
Hiragana and Katakana Writing and Pronunciation
Basic Kanji (for JLPT N5)

Grammar and Sentence Structure
Comprehensive grammar study on the parts of speech
Verb conjugation and rules and the study of Japanese particles

Vocabulary Drills
In accordance with the JLPT N5 required vocabulary accumulation of 800 words
Drills through flashcards and video clips

Phrases and Greetings
Audio and video drills of Japanese phrases illustrated by a native Japanese speaker

Japanese Culture Study
A brief study of the Japanese culture
Talking with Japanese individuals

Note:
Students will have assignments and examinations. There will be 150 hours of classroom instruction and you must also accomplish at least 10 hours per week of self-study to effectively learn the language. Lessons are patterned after the Japan Foundation and the Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) standards, as well as the Ethos Corp standards of quality.

Classes are going on now with the following schedule:

  • M-W-F 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • T-TH-S 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • T-TH-S 1:00 AM – 4:00 PM

with the introductory rate of 120 Php per hour… Hurry!! Enroll now!!!!

CONTACT: Landline (032) 361-0671; Globe 0927-324-4034; Sun 0943-496-0567
WEBSITE: www.ethos.ph/nipon.htm

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  1. marie joy hongayo / Aug 6 2014 1:09 PM

    Where is your school located..?

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