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Jen-Ai Hospital - Dali IPC Opens Basic Japanese Conversation Class


@@The Basic Japanese Conversation class was reopened on January 14, 2005, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm every Friday, and it offered an introduction to Katakana and Hiragana by May Chen. It is a three-month beginner's program available to all interested colleagues. In the future, one class would be offered every three months depending on the level of interest from staff. We hope that all colleagues who join the class can learn basic Japanese conversation with these easy learning methods, and improve their foreign language ability to help the Japanese patients to solve the problems and issues they may encounter here in the hospital and to improve the quality of our bilingual service.

@@In the beginning of the class, the goal is to memorize Katakana and Hiragana, and then learn daily conversation and grammar. Moreover, in the class, we have added an introduction to Japanese culture, so that besides learning the Japanese language, colleagues may have a further understanding of Japanese and their country.

@@For first time learners, to first memorize Katakana and Hiragana, and then find Japanese shows or books that are interesting and practical is a more exciting way of learning. We hope that you can be patient and persistent in learning this new language.


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Date Modified: 06/21/2005