The module is designed for students who have completed Japanese III to develop their lower intermediate knowledge of Japanese. It aims to enhance students’ language proficiency on polite style, plain style and skills on noun modifiers.
Students are able to carry out conversations include volitional form, imperative and prohibitive from, conditional form, passive form etc. The module also provides an opportunity for students to engage in Japanese writing skills by reading simple newspaper articles and novels for and speaking skills through discussion.
Upon completion of this module, students should have acquired mastery of basic contemporary Japanese grammar, 800 vocabulary and almost reach level of N4.
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Skills: Learning how to use imperative form to Show one’s emotion such as
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