Are you ready to take on a new language-learning journey? Great news: The Quezon City Public Library is offering basic Japanese language classes. Surely, this is something you don’t want to miss, especially if it’s part of your 2023 goals. Whether you’re a language enthusiast or you want to brush up on some nihongo for your trip to Japan, mastering the Japanese language can open up doors to new opportunities. Read on to find out!
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Quezon City Public Library resumes Japanese language classes
On 15 Mar 2023, the Quezon City Public Library announced that it will be relaunching its basic Japanese language classes free of charge. In partnership with Jellyfish Education Philippines (JEP), they will be facilitating a series of online classes via Zoom that is set to start by 17 Apr 2023. For linguaphiles and lovers of Japanese culture, this opportunity make for a truly enriching and fulfilling experience!
The schedule for the Quezon City Public Library online Japanese language classes is as follows:
- 17 Apr 2023
- 8 May 2023
- 19 June 2023
- 10 Jul 2023
- 14 Aug 2023
- 11 Sep 2023
- 9 Oct 2023
- 13 Nov 2023
- 11 Dec 2023
For those who are interested in taking on this exciting language-learning journey, you must meet the following requirements:
- Applicant must be 18 years old and above.
- Applicant must have a laptop, desktop, or mobile phone to attend the online class.
- Stable internet connectivity
- Zoom application account
Note that you must use your official name in the Zoom account for easy identification by the class moderator. By the end of the class, you will have to accomplish an evaluation form to receive your Digital Certificate of Participation.
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How to register for the Quezon City Public Library online Japanese classes
The Quezon City Public Library’s free online Japanese language classes are on a first-come, first-served basis. This means that only the first 500 individuals who registered will be accommodated per class.
- Accomplish the online registration form.
- Wait for the confirmation email.
- Confirm your attendance within 24 hours. Failure to do so will automatically remove you from the official list of successfully registered participants.
- Wait for the final approval email with the Zoom class details.
For more information, visit the Quezon City Public Library’s official website and Facebook page.
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