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What should I say? 2013/12/17 22:01
My friend is going to ask his Japanese college professor whether I(who is not enrolled in the unit) could sit in their classes and get some more Japanese exposure.

If the professor is kind enough to let me join, what should I say in Japanese to express my gratitude, as well as apologizing for the hassle I'm causing?? Are there any customs that I should follow (perhaps a thank you gift at the end of semester or something)?

Thanks in advance!! :D
by Terato  

Re: What should I say? 2013/12/22 08:42
Just hand in a thank-you-letter with your improved Japanese.
by Jay Kay (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: What should I say? 2013/12/23 08:19
You will be a non-credit student or occasional student called "Cho-ko-sei". Cho-ko-sei is generally accepted by lecturer in university classes.
At end of class, you say "Cho-ko sasete itadaki arigatou gozaimashita"(Thanks for accepting me as a cho-ko-sei).
by tokyo friend 48 rate this post as useful

Re: What should I say? 2014/1/1 01:31
You get on the floor and beg for forgiveness than ask for permission
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