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This course further extends students' Japanese proficiency in reading, writing, listening and speaking to advanced level, building on skills established in 242.301 Japanese 3A. Students will continue to further extend and refine their ability in Japanese through practising an increased range of vocabulary and idioms, grammatical structures, respect language (keigo) and approximately 208 new kanji. Students will be expected to develop their comprehension and communication skills for confident and accurate use in more varied situations.
Note(s): Not suitable for native speakers of Japanese. Please consult the Japanese programme coordinator to discuss alternative courses. A native speaker of Japanese is defined as one who has received education in that language for nine years or more, irrespective of their ethnic background.
|2018||Semester Two full semester||Distance|
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