JLPT N1-N3 Japanese Lessons 2014

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Class capacity for the 2014 JLPT Japanese Lessons is full. Please check back next year if you are interested in joining us!

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Interested in taking the Japanese Language Proficiency Test this year? Or just looking for a group to study advanced Japanese with? Join our JLPT Japanese lessons!

This class is open to anyone who wants to study advanced Japanese. Studies will mostly focus on levels N1, N2, or N3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency test, and will include grammar, vocabulary, kanji, reading, listening, and speaking. Classes will be held every Tuesday for 16 weeks with a native Japanese language teacher.

Not sure what the levels mean, or which level is right for you? Take a practice exam here!

This year’s test will be held on Sunday, December 7th, 2014. Visit the American Association of Teachers of Japanese website for test locations and registration information!

Not interested in taking the test, or not sure if you can make it to every class? No problem! These classes are casual and the curriculum is flexible. Drop in when you can (just let us know when you’re coming). We hope you’ll come study with us!

When: Tuesdays, 6:15pm – 8:15pm, from August 19th – December 2nd.

Where: Beaverton, OR (address will be mailed to attendees upon RSVPing)

Cost: Free!

What to bring: Study materials such as paper, pens or pencils, a Japanese dictionary or an electronic dictionary, and your favorite Japanese textbook(s). If you have other study materials you like to use, such as flash cards, we encourage you to bring those, too!

RSVP: Class capacity for the 2014 JLPT Japanese Lessons is full. Please check back next year if you are interested in joining us!

一緒に勉強しましょう!

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The Portland Chapter of JETAA (The JET Program Alumni Association) was created to serve the bonds of friendship developed by the program participants. JETAA’s purpose is to achieve, through its activities, a broader and deeper understanding between Japan and the other countries participating in the program.