The course focuses on Japanese communication in upper beginners level through different topics that are related to daily life as well as sociocultural issues surrounding you. It provides you with a general understanding of Japanese sentence structure, vocabulary including 77 kanji, pragmatics of Japanese communication together with a number of sociocultural issues. The course aims at developing your informed understanding of Japanese experiences, culture, society and world views as well as further developing beginners’ Japanese interactive skills achieved in ARTS2630 towards intermediate level. It also aims at preparing you to become a competent communicator in Japanese in a various context of communication from informal to formal.
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