Free Japanese speaking events about nature's mysteries and meals

This month's Japanese Chat Events at JOI, are being moderated by Suzuki sensei and Yanaka sensei. They are talking about meals and natural phenomenon.

All JOI members can join these Japanese speaking events for free. Relax and speak Japanese in friendly and fun atmosphere. Try the 3 Trial Lessons at JOI, and you can use these and other free services.

April 2015 Chat Event Topic & Schedule

Topic: 食事 Eating meals

Date: 2015/4/26 23:00 (Japan Time)

Level: Beginner2, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate


Suzuki sensei's remarks:


What do you eat for breakfast and for lunch usually ?
Do you often eat out ? What kind of cuisine ?
Do you ever buy lunch boxes or ready-made food and eat at home ?
What shops do you recommend ?

Topic: 自然の神秘 Nature's mysteries

Date: 2015/4/20 13:00 (Japan Time)

Level: Intermediate, Advanced



Yanaka sensei's remarks:


What is the most surprising natural phenomenon you have ever seen ?
Have you ever seen a solar eclipse or lunar eclipse or a meteor shower ?
Have you ever seen the Aurora, Diamond Dust, or a mirage ?
What kind of natural phenomenon do you see in your daily life that move you ?

The events are moderated by one of the JOI teachers and are a fun and relaxed way to enjoy learning Japanese online for free with other like-minded Japanese language learners.It's easy to attend one of these events.

  1. Login to the Reservation System.
  2. Click on the Chat Events page to see the topics and the date and time (shown in your own time zone).
  3. Reserve a Chat Event.
  4. When the date and time comes, scroll down to the bottom of the [Go to Classroom] page and click on the Chat Event Room link.

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