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Spring Class Registration Form
These Japanese language courses emphasize communication skills needed for business, travel and social interaction. The courses also integrate values of the Japanese market so that students will not only develop competence in the language but also acknowledge of the business and cultural environments of Japan. For new students with prior experience with the Japanese language, a telephone interview will be held, if necessary, to determine a student’s appropriate class level. The textbook used for Japanese (JPN hereafter) courses is: Japanese for Busy People (JBP). * A minimum enrollment of 3 students is required for each class to be offered. Class day & time may change depending on the number of students.*
♦ Elementary - Level II
JBP BookI (Lessons 11~15)
♦ Intermediate- Level I
JBP Book II (Lessons 1~ 3)
JBP Book I (Lessons 1~5)
♦ Elementary - Level I
JBP Book I (Lessons 6~10)
♦ Intermediate - Level IV
JBP Book II (Lessons 10~12)
All classes begin the week of April 15, 2019 and continue for 8 weeks. Classes are held from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the JASG office located at 3121 Maple Drive, Suite 224, Atlanta, GA. Please note, meeting time is subject to change. The cost for the course is $200 for JASG members and $245 for non-members (please include amount in check). All non-members who enroll will be given a full one-year membership into The Society ($45 value). After the first class, no refunds will be issued and no fee credit for enrollment into future classes will be allowed. Please mail the registration form below, along with your check made payable to the JASG to: 3121 Maple Drive, Suite 224, Atlanta, GA 30305 | Admin@JASGeorgia.org (404) 842-1400 / (404) 842-1415 Fax. Online registration is also available at www.JASGeorgia.org/event-3172261
The Women Series is a collaboration between the German, French, Netherlands and Belgian American Chambers of Commerce as well as the British-American Business Council and the Japan-America Society of Georgia. Started in January 2014, the Women's Series holds quarterly business events for professional women of the Atlanta international community. The goal of the Women's Series is to bring educational and stimulating content to our attendees, while facilitating professional opportunities and networking among peers.
Nihongo/Eigo Kai Meeting
Saturday, April 27, 2019
日付：2019年 4月27日 [土曜日]
2:00PM - 4:00PM
時間：午後2時 – 4時
(3121 Maple Drive, Suite 224 Atlanta, GA 30305)
January Meeting Topics, Sample Questions & Vocabulary
The Nihongo Eigo-Kai is a friendly social gathering for anyone looking for an opportunity to chat in, practice, and improve on their Japanese and English conversation skills – speaking, listening, pronunciation, accent reduction, etc. The meetings will be held at coffee shops, meeting rooms, and other venues in Metro Atlanta on the last weekend of each month.
Please join us for our May General Meeting as we enjoy a very special program listening to the beautiful music of the Koto, Japan’s national instrument. Our Koto performer, Ms. Madoka Ito, was born in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As a young child, she lived in Dusseldorf, Germany, but maintained her interest in and study of Japanese culture. Ito-san continued practicing the Koto after graduation in 2016 when she received the highest level of certification. She is still taking lessons via Skype. After marrying, she and her husband moved to Atlanta, but they now live in Macon. Ito-san will play a selection of traditional Japanese songs as well as some Disney tunes.
Nakato Japanese Restaurant (1776 Cheshire Bridge Road NE)
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
ICE CREAM SELECTIONS: 1. RED BEAN 2. BLACK SESAME 3. GINGER 4. GREEN TEA 5. VANILLA
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The Japan-America Society of Georgia, Inc.
is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
located in Atlanta, Georgia
with the mission to promote the mutual
understanding between the people of
Japan and the State of Georgia