Pre-requisites: EAS211, EAS212
The module follows on from and consolidates the skills
acquired in EAS212. New grammatical patterns and a broader range of
vocabulary and a further 121 kanji are introduced and practised.
Students will further develop their oral competence through role-plays
in more practical and detailed situations and discussion activities,
focusing on clear and appropriate communication.
||Ms Yuki Kittaka
||Seminars, Independent Study
||Formal Exam, Tests and coursework
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