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Nihongo Renshuu

  • Thu, August 31, 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • UNO International Center

This meeting is open to the public to see if this is the right program for you. After this meeting, all the other meetings will be members only. To check about your membership status, please email japansocietyofneworleans@gmail.com.

Thursday, August 31st, 2017 Meeting

We hope you all had a great summer break. Hopefully you've been practicing your Japanese skills because we'll be driving back into learning the language. We're going to take it slow this first meeting after our long break by getting introduced to the program again and talking about what we've done over the summer vacation. We're also going to be discussing our language goals.

About Nihongo Renshuu

Nihongo Renshuu, or Japanese practice, is a casual learning experience for people wanting to learn Japanese. It’s easy to grab material to study but not so easy when it comes to practicing what you’ve studied. This program is for all Japanese learning levels, from beginner to expert. The reason for the large gap is how this program is formatted. Nihongo Renshuu will help your Japanese by putting it into use in ways such as talking with others and playing games. The most important part about learning a language is having enough interaction with it. This is not a formal Japanese class, but will have class-like aspects to the meetings such as a teaching segment. This program is meant to help with your Japanese studies.

Location Details

The location will be in the Student Lounge (room 133) of the International Center, located on the Lakefront Campus of the University of New Orleans (UNO). For an interactive map, go to http://www.uno.edu/about/campus-maps/lakefront-campus.aspx. Click on “International Center” on the left menu to see the location of the building. For a PDF map of campus, go to http://www.uno.edu/about/documents/lakefront-campus-2014.pdf and look for building #18. Park in the lot on the west side of the building, and enter the glass door on the west side of the building (near the big air conditioning equipment). Because this event takes place after hours, the main (front) entry will be locked. For assistance, contact Jennifer Torres at jgaudet09@yahoo.com.



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