This 2-part seminar will cover the basics of writing emails for an international audience.
Minimum intermediate English skills recommended. Native speakers of English also welcome!
Friday, January 29th and Friday, February 12th, 12-1 PM
- Who: English learners with intermediate or above skills
- What: Zoom discussion about current events in English
- When: 12-1 PM,every other Friday
- January 22nd, February 5th and 19th, March 5th and 19th, April 2nd
- How: click https://oist.zoom.us/j/94474395223 to join at 12PM
Hope to see you there!
Sign up to join us to practice your introductions.
Want to practice your conversation skills with other Japanese learners? Join us for Advanced Conversation in Japanese every Thursday from 5-6 during the spring semester.
The topic will change every week.
Have you studied Japanese for a while but are still hazy on some of the basics? Join us for a seminar series reviewing かった past tenses, dictionary form (short form), て form of verbs and the た past tense.
This seminar is aimed at students in Basic 5 - Intermediate 1 who need to strenghen their grammar to advance to the next level.
Tuesdays from 5-6 PM during the spring semester
To understand the role of positive thinking when we meet people from other cultures for the first time.
To reconsider the approach we use to build relationships at work.
Particpants should have an upper intermediate level of English fleuncy.
Please visit this page closer to the date to download the attached handout.
Learn how to call a taxi, give directions to a location, and describe a place with simple adjectives, all in Japanese.
No Japanese experience necessary!
Watch the videos at this link then join us on Zoom for more practice (Meeting link:https://oist.zoom.us/j/97075839903)
Register and join us as we go over the absolute basics of academic writing.
This four part series will cover
Strategies, audiences, purpose, organisation, styles and flow