Kate’s French Lessons: Culture, Vocabulary and making a sentence

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Kate’s French lessons this time included Culture: King Louis XVI & Versailles, New vocabulary words,  Kitchen & Meal of the day & FOOD!!!
Making a sentence that involves a role play for you to be able to order away at a French restaurant.

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FREE Japanese Lessons from Resident Instructor, Kenya

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In Kenya’s Japanese lessons, the students which belonged to the ”basic group” or new learners of Nihonggo tackled some useful and commonly used adjectives.

Thank you for your continued participation Xenia, Clarissa and Trang. We continuously invite all our residents to come and join Kenya’s Free Japanese lessons, it is divided into 3 sections; Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. Get to know Kenya, one of the friendliest (well…90% of our residents are indeed friendly and approachable) and he can help you asses you skills to be able to participate in the correct group!

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Kate’s (Keito’s) French Lesson: French Alphabet and Pronunciation

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As we all know, French could be one of the most difficult languages to learn due to their unique pronunciation of words – and that is what French Instructor Kate have prepared for her lesson. Pronunciation is a vital key in learning a language to convey the proper message and expression and so Kate taught the participants, Yuko, Sho and Anouk to properly pronounce common words and phrases in French.

We hope you guys had a fun and enriching learning experience. Till the next lesson!

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Basic Group of Kenya’s Nihonggo Lessons

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It’s nice to see new participants joining Kenya’s Nihonggo Lesson. Welcome new residents Trang and Clarissa to the class! Nice seeing you Stephen, Denis and Xenia determined to step up your Japanese Communication Skills, keep it up!

For those remaining who might not been uninformed, Kenya, our Nihonggo instructor has 3 classes depending on your level of skills, he will assign you on which course you are best suited in and you can attend his classes for FREE!

 

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Jya…mata ne Leo!

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Mariko: how would you describe your experience in Musashi?
Leo (the guy in the center with the suit case obviously): ”Monumental”

After 14 months of Leo’s stay in our share house, he has made a lot friends-turned-second family in Japan and gave a whole new meaning to the word fun! Along with his partner Jordan, they would dress up as Santa during our Christmas celebration, leprechauns during st. Patrick’s day and even have a 100yen costume contest just strutting down on the streets with beer in their hands.

Your absence is unquestionable during the first week you left. But we all know you’ll be back anyways so… jya Leo… mata ne!

Photo Credits to Yusaku San, grabbed from Leo’s photo cover

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Resident Yuko sharpens English communication skills with Ethan

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Despite being able to speak fluently in English, resident Yuko is determined to sharpen her English Communication skills by conversing with our in-house English Instructor Ethan. During their session, Ethan is teaching various useful English phrases that can be used casually and in business.

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Michel Cardinale

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  1. Where is your hometown?
    Brescia, Italy
  2. What is your occupation?
    I’m a student
  3. What are your hobbies/interests?
    I like music, playing sports and staying with my friends
  4. What do you like about Japan?
    Japan is amazing. It’s a perfect mix between historical and technological things.
  5. Why did you choose Japan?
    Because I’m studying Japanese at the Univerisity
  6. Where is/are your favorite place/s in Tokyo?
    They are: Asakusa, Ueno, Shinjuku, Harajuku and Ikebukuro
  7. What is your favorite Japanese food?
    Gyoza and Takoyaki
  8. What were the countries you have visited, and will visit after Japan?
    I visited: England, Macia, France, Scotland, Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Japan, Poland, Germany, Tunisia
    I will visit: Spain, Portugal and Iceland
  9. What do you like about Musashi?
    It’s amazing. Best place ever. Friendly people, excellent position, so you can go everywhere. I felt like in my home.
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Liv Robroek

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  1. Where is your hometown?
    Ubbergen, The Netherlands
  2. What is your occupation?
    Next year, I’ll start a Bachelor in Mathematics at the University
  3. What are your hobbies/interests?
    Ballroom dancing, Fashion (Japanese), Archery, Drawing
  4. What do you like about Japan?
    The rich culture, especially the clothes. Also the modern ‘’craziness’’ of Japan
  5. Why did you choose Japan?
    Atmosphere, rich culture, modern street fashion
  6. Where is/are your favorite place/s in Tokyo?
    Harajuku, Asakusa, Ikebukuro
  7. What is your favorite Japanese food?
    Sushi and soy beans
  8. What were the countries you have visited, and will visit after Japan?
    I’ve visited Malaysia, China, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand & Vietnam in Asia
  9. What do you like about Musashi?
    mostly all the new people that I’ve met there. I feel like in Musashi you meet new people everyday, but because they all stay for longer periods of time, you also have lots of time to spend time with the people you’ve met before
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Free Japanese lessons with Kenya!

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Welcome to Kenya’s free Japanese lessons exclusively for our residents! Todays class group is the Basic while Kenya attends as well to Intermediate and Advanced learners throughout the week.

Do come, join and enrich your Japanese language abilities! Why not? For 1 it’s FREE! and we’re in Japan!

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Kate’s Free French Lessons : Common French expression and counting!

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Kate yet had another successful French Language classes at Musashi’s Event Space learning this time how to say ”I’m fine, I like____, I dislike ____”  Thank you for our participants who weren’t included in the photo, David, Tatsuru, Kenya and the lady in here busy writing down notes, Megumi.

Till the next lessons! Hope to have more participants to learn this tongue twisting sophisticated language!

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