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|Japanese Step by Step : An Innovative Approach to Speaking and Reading Japanese|
This self-study text offers a breakthrough approach for beginning learners of Japanese, as well as an indispensable reference for intermediate students. The unique study method in Japanese Step By Step teaches how to construct Japanese sentences, from the simplest to the most complex, using an easy-to-follow, step-by-step method. Also contains flow charts for verb conjugations and derivations.
Paperback: 256 pages
|2,000 Basic Japanese Characters Systematically Arranged For Learning And Reference|
Paperback: 328 pages
|250 Essential Kanji for Everyday Use|
This book is indispensable for any non-native speaker trying to make it through a day in Japan. Covering 21 everyday situations, this book deals with a variety of topics ranging from the cordial (How do you do?) to the crucial (Going to the hospital.) Fully illustrated with line drawings throughout, 250 Essential Kanji for Everyday Use Volume I offers valuable information for learners and visitors alike.
Paperback: 240 pages
|Japanese for Busy People I: Kana Version|
How can the Kana Version of Japanese for Busy People help you learn Japanese?
Japanese for Busy People is, as the title suggests, a concise course for busy students who want to learn natural, spoken Japanese as effectively as possible in a limited amount of time. This new Kana Version has been adapted and redesigned to reflect current thinking on Japanese-as-a-second-language education. Romanized Japanese, often criticized as being the main obstacle to accurate and fluent pronunciation of the spoken language, has been omitted in favor of native hiragana and katakana scripts. Learning kana from the very beginning will also facilitate a smooth and fast transition to kanji study. Enough vocabulary and grammar have been provided to enable the learner to communicate in uncomplicated adult Japanese, without having to memorize excessive amounts of vocabulary and language patterns that are not immediately useful. Exercises and Quiz sections also appear in kana to reinforce written and oral comprehension as well as production skills. Japanese for Busy People has been prepared under the guidance of a working group of experienced Japanese language instructors who reviewed and tested the material in an authentic classroom environment.
Paperback: 256 pages
|Japanese in Mangaland: Learning the Basics|
With the overwhelming rise in the popularity of Japanese manga and animation there is a growing interest in reading comic in their original language and understanding more about Japan's popular culture. Japanese in MangaLand is the first book to translate this interest into a learning system designed to teach the beginning students basic conversational Japanese.
Paperback: 263 pages
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