Why you study Japanese. * Japan is one of the largest business partners of the US, so possible careers could be waiting for you! *English and Japanese are extremely different, therefore you can learn something totally new on both a linguistic and cultural level!
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Why you study Japanese
* Japan is one of the largest business partners of the US, so
possible careers could be waiting for you!
*English and Japanese are extremely different, therefore you can learn something totally new on both a linguistic and cultural level!
*There is a Japanese AP class offered, so you can possibly earn a college credit while you are in high school.
*Manga, videogames, J-pop, dramas, etc... Lately, there are Japanese cultural influences all over the world. Want to read manga in its original language? The first step is taking Japanese class! It will bring enrichment to your life.
*Taking Japanese makes your college application and your resume stand out to.
*There are a number of high school exchange scholarship programs available. You may have a chance to go to Japan to try using your skills. Various subjects, which may help your major in college or your future job, are available in the land of the rising sun; for instance, marketing, translations, eco-friendly architecture, and more.
Throughout its history, Japan has been shaped by the influence of Asia's great civilizations: India, China, and Korea. While the cultures of these Asian countries do differ, Asian cultures together share many similarities that differentiate them from Western ways and norms. So a study of Japanese can open your perspective on the values that other Asian nations share with Japan, including religious beliefs, ethics, and aesthetics. A familiarity with Asian cultures also allows you to step outside the culture you live in and see it from a fresh, new perspective.