Today, we would like to show how Japanese classes are done at our school. We joined one of our classes and observed the procedure. There were three students, our average class size, and everyone had a positive and relaxed attitude. The topic of today’s class was about types of sentences. Our students learned the structure “私は[…]がすきです。”(“I like […].” in English) as well as its negative form, and the teacher also explained how to form interrogative sentences. After practicing reading aloud by turns, the students used the sentences from before in a conversation with their teacher. Furthermore, they practiced writing and learned about Japanese adverbs and how to use them. It was a very important lesson since Japanese relies heavily on adverbs.