This chapter explains how to state the purpose of going to a certain place. It also explains how to invite someone to do something. The chapter advises one to write the exercise answers in Japanese scripts even if the exercise itself uses transliteration. It offers a course content to anyone who wishes to acquire the ability to speak, understand, read and write basic Japanese for daily use. The course content consists of 16 units, covering a wide range of topics including introducing your-self, family, food, transportation, work, hobbies, etc. Each unit has two or three dialogues which introduce frequently used vocabulary and grammar points. The Japanese language has two speech styles: the polite style and the plain style. The polite style is used in formal situations such as talking to a stranger or senior whereas the plain style is used in casual situations such as talking with a close friend.