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Japanese Speech Contest



The Japanese Language Speech Contest is an educational event organised by members of the (MLTAQ). The objective of the contest is to foster the appreciation of Japanese language and culture and give students the opportunity of showcasing their Japanese speaking skills and nurture their confidence.

The contest will be held Sunday 10 September at Griffith University, Nathan campus. Registrations close 25 August. Cost per entrant is $5.

The contest is open to students in years 3-6 learning Japanese. Students in years 3 and 4 are required to recite a poem in Japanese. Students in years 5 and 6 are required to deliver a guided speech and then answer follow up questions in Japanese. Competition rules and details of poems and speeches can be found on the MLTAQ website.

Visit this website for more information.

Contact: Ms Ngaire Aboud (