Speaking Assignment is due today

Talk about what you do at home in Japanese

M3.L8. Assignment 8.1 Speaking

Hello everyone,

Today's Speaking Assignment is due at midnight tonight. You don’t need a speaking partner as you will create an audio recording of yourself speaking for this assignment. You just need to create at least 4 complete sentences in Japanese.

In Lesson 8, you’ve learned how to talk about what you do at home. You learned a few new verbs like to return, to do/play, to rest, and to listen. In this assignment you will write down some things that you do at home in Japanese.
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Shout out to Kayla, and Jordyn!

This week's Cultural Discussion was about J-pop music.

I have been enjoying reading you guys thoughts on your Cultural Discussion on Japanese music and feel that you guys are quite interested in listening to J-pop and collecting a visual-lei style clothing. I know most of you are interested in discussing this cultural topic so I would like to introduce three J-pop popular stars in Japan. If you are interested in them, you can find their songs online. I hope you enjoy.

Notice (おしらせ)

There is NO Spring Break at NCVPS so please aware that you have to submit your assignments as scheduled and attend coaching sessions two times during the week. If you have plan for this Spring Break and you can’t do it as scheduled then please let your teacher know in advance.

There is another notice this week, as this Friday is a official holiday at NCVPS so your Grammar Quiz will be due by next Monday.
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How to read the character small つ in hiragana and ツ in Katakana

Sokuon is a symbol, a smaller Hiragana つ and katakana ツ that indicate a slight pause between two syllables. For instance, ポップ means that after pronouncing "po", there is a slight pause before pronouncing "pu".
Sokuon does not appear at the beginning of a word.
You can type Sokuon by repeating the letter that follows ツ For instance, if you type ”kite", you get きて. But if you double the "t" and make it “Kitte”, you will get きってin hiragan and キッテ in katakana.
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