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Japanese Coursebook: Basic-Intermediate (Complete Basic Courses) epub

ISBN: 1400020204

ISBN13: 978-1400020201

Author: Living Language

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Living Language; Revised, Updated edition (April 16, 2002)

Pages: 432 pages

ePUB book: 1446 kb

FB2 book: 1625 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 853

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Series: Complete Basic Courses. Paperback: 432 pages.

government experts, this book introduces you step-by-step to all the basics of Japanese: pronunciation, vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and grammar. Series: Complete Basic Courses. ISBN-13: 978-1400020201.

This book organizes thousands of common Japanese words into categories. It’s excellent for beginner and intermediate students who wish to focus on specific areas or supplement their own studies with vocabulary.

You can find books specific to your level or purchase a complete package that includes books for all levels. Takeaway: Textbooks include CD’s for speaking and listening practice. Price is reasonable considering the amount of material. This book organizes thousands of common Japanese words into categories. Takeaway: Very reasonable price.

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At the same time, the course provides students with the opportunities to develop sufficient competency in Japanese to use it in a variety of ways to achieve the communicative objectives. Learning Outcomes Upon complete of Basic Course I, students will be able to achieve the following

Learn to speak, read, and write Japanese quickly and easily with Living Language®. Developed by U.S. government experts, this book introduces you step-by-step to all the basics of Japanese: pronunciation, vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and grammar.IN THIS BOOK, READERS WILL FIND:• All the words and phrases from the 40 lessons on the Living Language® Japanese Complete Course recordings, plus additional vocabulary• A guide to pronunciation• Useful topics including directions, introductions, shopping, faxes, and e-mail• Explanations of grammar and usage• Short quizzes to help you check your progress• A comprehensive summary of Japanese grammar• Verb charts including all tenses• A special section on writing lettersWhile this book stands on its own as an instructional program and an invaluable reference, readers will find that using it with the recorded lessons is even more effective. Living Language® Japanese Complete Course cassette and compact disc packages include this book as well as a dictionary.
It covers more essential vocabulary than the better known Japanese language books for foreigners. The grammar points have good examples and are very useful. Highly recommended as a beginner's book.

It's very similar to (but shorter than) the text of the "Learn in your car Japanese" audio-book which I also recommend.
I had the other pieces of this set and just needed the book. Good price and arrive quickly. Exactly what I wanted.
I bought this book to prepare for a year long exchange in Japan. Having no teacher and only a few months to study before departure, this was a fine book to get me started. However, once I arrived, I immediately came across better books.

This book is a good start as it introduces the reader to some basic phrases, has a section on hiragana and katakana, and is especially useful with the CD you can buy with it.

However, if you're serious about learning Japanese, I wouldn't recommend this book. It's taught in Romanji (Roman letters), which is good only as a time saver and might even hurt in the long run. Learning in Romanji is one of the biggest setbacks to speaking with a Japanese accent. It also teaches the particles all at once instead of little by little. This is frustrating, tedious, and the point when I stopped using this book. It also introduces no kanji, which again is fine (even recommended) if you're only looking for a little bit of starter Japanese.

It was a good book to get me on my feet and to start learning Japanese, but switching books was a really great move and if you're serious, there are many better books out there.

Gambatte kudasai!