Welcome to the Japanese Language Table at the Department of East Asian Studies (EAS), where language learning comes to life through vibrant conversations and cultural exchange. Whether you're a seasoned Japanese speaker or just starting your language journey, this table offers a dynamic and supportive environment to practice and refine your language skills.
Immerse Yourself in Authentic Conversations:
Are you looking for a place to put your Japanese language skills into action? The Japanese Language Table is the ideal space. Engage in discussions, express your thoughts, and share stories—all while surrounded by fellow language enthusiasts who are equally passionate about mastering the art of communication.
A Platform for All Language Levels:
From beginners to advanced speakers, everyone is welcome at the Japanese Language Table. Connect with peers who share your interest in Japanese culture and language, and enjoy a comfortable and judgement-free zone to practice speaking, listening, and expanding your vocabulary.
Join Us for Lively Conversations:
Who: Japanese language learners of all levels and anyone interested in practicing Japanese conversation.
What: Japanese Language Table at EAS.
Where: 19 University Place: Room 222
When: 5:30pm - 6:30pm on 9/14, 9/28, 10/12 (MOVIE COLLAB 5:30-8:30) 10/26, 11/9, 11/30, 12/7
Enhance Your Language Fluency:
At the Japanese Language Table, language acquisition is a journey of camaraderie and growth. Engage in discussions on various topics, ranging from culture and current events to everyday experiences. Your language skills will flourish as you navigate real-world conversations, boosting your confidence and proficiency.
How to Participate:
Ready to engage in meaningful language exchange? Join the Japanese Language Table and be part of a community that values communication, cultural understanding, and mutual learning. Whether you're seeking to brush up on your conversational skills or make new friends who share your language journey, the Japanese Language Table is where language and connection converge.