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Japan Society currently offers 12 comprehensive levels of Japanese, as well as a variety of specialized courses and workshops including shodō (Japanese calligraphy). Courses take place year round with Fall, Spring and Summer semesters along with intensive and specialized courses throughout the year, so please stop by or visit our website for more information. http://www.japansociety.org/language_center In this lesson you will learn how to express going to a destination. Vocabulary: Ikimasu = to go Ikimasen = (negative) to go Ikimashita = (past) to go Ikimasen deshita = (past negative) to go depato = department store shigoto = work pati = party eki = station kyou = today kino = yesterday ashita = tomorrow asatte = day after tomorrow ototoi = day before yesterday hai = yes iie = no Sentence structure: place + ni + Ikimasu (or other tense of the verb) To create a question sentence in Japanese, use the word "Ka" at the end of the sentence: ka = ? For more information about Japanese language classes at the Japan Society, please visit our website! http://www.japansociety.org/language_center

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