2019 WINTER Session (30 hours)
The session starts the week of January 14, 2019.
12 lessons $245 plus materials* (price includes $200 for course fee, $10 administration fee, $35 JCCCM membership fee for 2019). THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS JANUARY 7, 2019. Late fees of 10$ will be charged for registrations received after this deadline.
*fees for materials are not included.
Evening classes (6:45 – 9:15pm):
Tuesdays – 1A (Full)
Wednesdays – 2A, Intermediate and Advanced
Thursdays – 1B and 2C
Afternoon classes (1-3:30pm)
Tuesdays – 1B
Wednesdays – 1A and 2A
Level 1A – The level is designed for all beginners interested into learning Japanese.
Level 1B – The level 1B is designed for students who are able to read hiragana and katakana. Applicants should have a total of 30 hours of instruction in the Japanese language or the equivalent.
Level 1C – Students will begin to learn Kanji and will learn more about Te-form verbs, Counting, Informal Speech, etc. At the end of the class, you should be able to express your opinion and preference and to discuss with your friends in the past tense.
Level 2A – For those who will complete Genki 1, and have mastered the short form of verbs.
We study various expressions, discussing concepts such as possibility, determination, giving reasons, guessing, giving a suggestion, etc.
Level 2C – We continue to study Genki 2, learn temporal clauses, conditional dependence and transitivity pairs of verbs. At the end of the course, you should be able to express your gratitude and offer your help, explain a situation and any difficulties that you may have, talk about your feelings of disappointment, and give instructions for work, etc.
Level 3B – Students will complete Genki 2 and learn Causative and Causative-Passive sentences. At the end of the class, you should be able to discuss conditional situations, express your decision, show examples, etc.
Level Intermediate 1 – Review of all previous levels and learning how to put what we have learned, to use in practical situations.
Level Intermediate 2 – Preparation for JLPT N2. (Can listen to a short news item about a familiar topic and understand the main points. Listen to and understand an explanation about the attitude required for a job or other adult setting. Explain a problematic situation you have to a friend. Sympathize with what a friend says and offer encouragement.)
Advanced: Continue preparation for JLPT N2/N1. Can listen to talk about a historical figure and understand his/her image and a specific story that illustrates his/her image. Read a newspaper column or editorial and understand the writer’s explanations and main points.
For registration and payment, you can fill the form with your cheque or cash at JCCCM. Also you can use the PayPal button below. We will confirm your registration by e-mail. Should you have any question, please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 514-728-5580.
***We reserve the right to refuse any registration to our courses.***
NEW!! <Japanese workshops for travellers”JAPONAIS POUR LES VOYAGEURS” >
Are you planning a trip to Japan soon? Do you need to learn the basics of language to travel? This 5-hour course (over 2 days) will help you in your preparation. The course will held mostly in French by Japanese teacher. Topics: Greetings, Hotel, restaurant, city tour, shopping etc. To see the ad,JAPONAIS POUR LES VOYAGEURS
Dates: February 21 and 28 from 1 pm- 3:30 pm OR March 04 and 11 from 6:45 pm – 9:15 pm
Price: $ 50 ($ 40 for members of the CCCJM)
Registration and info: email@example.com – 514-728-5580
Students who register for a class and withdraw;
a) before the first scheduled class will receive a full refund;
b) will receive a refund of class fees paid, less $17 per class attended/missed prior to notifying the JCCCM of their withdrawal (applicable to language courses). Administration and membership fees are not refundable.
A fee of $20 will be charged for any cheques which are returned NSF. The JCCCM reserves the right to cancel a course due to insufficient registration. In this case, a full refund will be issued.