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Japanese: Familiarization and Short-term Training

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Japanese: Familiarization and Short-term Training

Publisher: Foreign Service Institute
Number of pages: 526

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The objective of the FAST Courses is to help students acquire the communication skills necessary to deal with the most common social and daily life situations they will encounter during their overseas assignments. Language forms adequate to satisfy personal needs, "how-to" information, and cultural highlights are presented in a format that will encourage students to tryout and use with confidence the language skills they have developed.

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