Japanese Hiragana Intensive - Spring 2021

1.5 hour Hiragana class                                    Instructor:  Kae Koike

Hiragana was developed from the cursive style of kanji in the beginning of the Heian era (794-1185).  Its function is to represent sound rather than meaning, and it is used to write native Japanese words as well as verb inflections, adjectival endings, etc.

LEARN TO READ HIRAGANA AND KATAKANA

These Intensive class offer the beginning student of Japanese the opportunity to master quickly and efficiently the reading of the two Japanese syllabaries, hiragana and katakana. It is these two writing systems, in combination with the more complex kanji (ideograms which represent meaning), which constitute the written Japanese language.

Hiragana Intensive:   Monday, 1/18/2021  6:00 am - 7:30 pm 

Katakana Intensive:   Wednesday, 1/20/2021   6:00 am - 7:30 pm

Location:  Online

Registration deadline - Hiragana:  1/16/2021

If you are not a member, please click HERE to see about membership.

Note 1: The handout will be prepared for the workshops. 
We recommend that the participants who plan to take Japanese Beginning I and II/III classes in the Spring 2021 purchase Kana Workbook (rev. 3rd Ed).

Note 2:  Language Class discounts are available to all Japan-America Society of Greater Austin (JASGA) Individual Members and employees of Corporate Members.  (The benefit offers depends on the corporate membership level.)

The Hiragana and katakana workshops are taught by Ms. Ke Koike, who teaches the JASGA Beginning/Intermeidate levels of Japaense classes since Summer 2020.

January 18th, 2021 6:00 PM
Virtual Online
United States
Phone: 5126564731
Email:
Non-member $ 40.00
JASGA member $ 30.00