Category Archives: Language Sessions

Extra Language Session 4 12/03/2014

The next extra language session will be held on Wednesday the 12th of March

at the lecture room 1001 in Building

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58 on Highfield Campus from 4.00 – 4.50 PM.

The materials covered last semester will be revisited.

This is a great opportunity to go through the basics of Japanese and if you have any questions!

See you there!

Language Session 16 12/03/2014

The next language session coming up on Wednesday the 16th of March is about adverbs!

This language session will be held at the lecture room 2207 in Building 85 on Highfield Campus, 5.00 – 6.00 PM .

Language sessions are FREE for

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any members of Southampton University Japanese Society!

If you have not got one yet, it costs you only 3 pounds and will also give you free access to our own library of Japanese books, novels and language textbooks.

Hope to see you all there!

Extra Language Session 3 05/03/2014

Now we are running an extra language session every Wednesday between 4.00 –

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4.50 PM for those who unfortunately missed language sessions last semester!

Not only you have missed them, but if you find yourself pretty lost in recent classes, it is a great opportunity to revisit materials you learnt previously in a smaller class and improve your understanding on grammar, vocabulary, etc!

In the session, basic rules of Japanese will be covered.

We will

be at the lecture room 1001 in Building 58 on Highfield Campus, 4.00 – 4.50 PM .

See you there!

 

Language Session 15 05/03/2014

The next language session is coming up

on Wednesday the 5th of March!

In the session, we will talk about using multiple auxiliary verbs.
Examples are “I could not…” (possible + negative

+ past)
“I was being…” (passive + continuous + past)

This language session will be held at the lecture room 2207 in Building 85 on Highfield Campus, 5.00 – 6.00 PM .

See you there!

Language Session 14 27/02/2014

The next Japanese session is coming up on Wednesday the 27th!

In this session, we will continue learning the usage of verbs conjugations and auxiliary verbs.

We will cover auxiliary verbs of potential (“can…”) and passive. The idea is the same as previous class, so even if you had difficulty or missed the previous session, or if you want more practice, please come along!

We will be at

the lecture room 2207 in Building 85 on Highfield Campus, 5.00 – 6.00 PM .

See you there!