Increase your vocabulary with J-pop & J-rock!

Vocabulary, vocabulary, vocabulary!  There are many ways to increase vocabulary.

Why don’t you do it while listening to your favorite J-pop & J-rock songs!
You will not only increase your vocabulary, but you will also improve your listening skills!
Kill two birds with one stone 😀

★Requirement:

You must be able to read Hiragana and Katakana since no Roma-ji is used in this program.

ANYBODY who has a passion for learning Japanese is WELCOME!!!  😀 😀 😀

Here is the description of the program:

“Increase your vocabulary with J-pop & J-rock!”

Bleach Ending Theme

アオイトリ by Fumika

You will learn nouns and adjectives (occasionally verbs) while listening to this popular song. Great way to increase your vocabulary as well as improve your listening skills.
No grammar knowledge required in these lessons. The goal is not to translate the song, but enrich your vocabulary 🙂

Starts: Monday, June 20
Ends: Friday, June 24

Registration deadline: Friday, June 17, 2011

Cost: $4.99  (PayPal only, please!)  Due by Sunday, June 19, 2011

This is 1 week program.
In the program, you will learn 61 useful vocabulary from the newest Bleach ending theme song,
アオイトリ by Fumika.

I divided the song into 3 parts. We will finish learning the song in 1 week.

★You will receive:

Entire lyrics
3 Vocabulary lists
3 Lesson notes
Vocabulary Pronunciation (Audio)

BONUS – You will receive fill-in-the-blanks quizzes!

You will receive vocabulary lists, lesson notes, Audio file and quiz on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

These lessons are all done via emails, no live lessons which means you don’t have to worry about time differences!

If you would like to participate in this program or have any questions, send an email to hitomi(at)japancast(dot)net

※Registration is done by email. If you want to participate, send me an email and you will receive a confirmation email.

I am looking forward to studying with you!

ひとみ 🙂

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