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Highlights

Get 20-hours of Intensive Japanese Conversation Course

  • Speak Japanese: the Hows and the Whys in Cultural Context
  • Jikoshoukai (self-introduction)
  • Doing Shopping in Japan; At the Airport; In the classroom; At the Kaisha (company)
  • Expressing one’s thoughts (actions, descriptions, reporting events)
  • Giving reasons, asking permissions, giving prohibitions
  • Giving and asking for Directions
  • Overview of the Japanese Culture and Business Ethics
Golden Rules
  • Voucher is valid from October 17 to January 31, 2012.
  • Should choose one (1) from the 3 batches provided below
  • Valid only for the Japanese Conversation Crash Course (20 hours)
  • Appointment should be made at least one day ahead of redemption, to ensure better slots.
  • Change or cancellation should be made no later than one day before scheduled appointment, to avoid forfeiture of voucher.
  • For no show of scheduled buyers, scheduled slot will be given to others and voucher is forfeited.
  • For reservation, choose from three options:

(1) Batch 1 Course Date: October 17- November 18, 2011

a. Date to Reserve via text: October 14-16 or upon receipt of voucher with Buyanihan

b. Schedule of sessions (1) 5:00-7:00 PM - Tuesday and Thursday ; (2) 10:00AM-12NN - Wednesday and Friday

(2) Batch 2 Course Date: November 21 – December 16, 2011

a. Date to Reserve via text: October 17–Nov. 20, 2011 or upon receipt of voucher with Buyanihan

b. Schedule of sessions (1) 5:00-7:00PM - Tuesday and Thursday; (2) 10J)AM-12:00NN - Wednesday and Friday

(3) Batch 3 Course Date: January 4 – 31, 2011

a. Date to Reserve via text: November 21- December 17, 2011 or upon receipt of voucher with Buyanihan

b. Schedule of sessions (1) 5:00-7:00 pm - Tuesday and Thursday ; (2) 10:00AM-12NN - Wednesday and Friday

  • Center is open from Mondays to Fridays, 9:00AM-7:00PM and Saturdays, 9:00AM-4:00PM
  • For inquiries and reservations call +632 5847811 or +632 916 2363426.
  • See Universal Golden Rules

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Intensive Japanese Conversation for different occasions

The essential survival kit for anyone who is planning to go to Japan to work but does not have the time to enroll in a full course.


Course Outline:

  • Different ways of introducing oneself and others
  • Asking for and giving permission
  • At a “Byouin” (Hospital)
  • Asking whereabouts
  • Paying /ReceivingAt the “Kaisha” (Office)
  • At the Restaurant
  • Asking for directions
  • Saying “Hello” and “Goodbye”Honorific terms, phrases and expressions (KEIGO)

Unimei Nihonggo Tutorial Center - Japanese Crash Course - BUYanihan.com - The First Group Buying Site in the Philippines

Strategies:

  • Audio-visual presentations
  • Role playing“Kaiwa”Cultural notes


Expected Results:

  • Student has knowledge of the “whys”, “hows”,
  • and “whens” of the Japanese culture and has the ability to survive in Japan
  • Student is able to appreciate the Japanese culture

Unimei Nihonggo Tutorial Center - Japanese Crash Course - BUYanihan.com - The First Group Buying Site in the Philippines

Why Study Japanese at UNMEI?

UNMEI simply means "destiny". The Japanese generally believes that nothing that happens in life is accidental. The concept of destiny dictates that things happen for a greater purpose and when one discovers such purpose, everything falls into place as pre-planned.In the same way, UNMEI NIHONGO CENTER does not come to you by accident. Fast-paced modern living makes formal, long-term schooling unaffordable in terms of time and money.

The UNMEI concept was borne out of the need of students for quality yet affordable Nihongo tutorial service that fits to their present way of living. UNMEI was founded on passion and a deep sense of commitment to uplifting the student's Japanese language proficiency.If you're asking, "Is there a better way of learning the Japanese Language?", we believe WE HAVE THE ANSWER!

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