Japanese Vocabulary Cards

Author: Visual Education
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781556370922
Size: 51.12 MB
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Presents the fundamental vocabulary essential to the study of the Japanese language. English translation on reverse side of cards.

Japanese For Dummies

Author: Eriko Sato
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118053850
Size: 25.79 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Open the book and find: How to pronounce Japanese sounds Common words and phrases in Japanese scripts Japanese grammar basics A guide to addressing others respectfully Information on numbers, time, and measurements Pointers for describing ...

Japanese Kanji For Beginners

Author: Timothy G. Stout
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462918999
Size: 55.52 MB
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It is designed for use by high school or college students as well as independent learners. The kanji learned in this book closely adhere to those introduced in every major Japanese language textbook.

Japanese Hiragana Katakana For Beginners

Author: Timothy G. Stout
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462901018
Size: 28.42 MB
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This handy book teaches you a new mnemonics–based method to read and write the basic 92 hiragana and katakana characters. Along with its sister book: Japanese Kanji for Beginners it provides a complete introduction to written Japanese.

Basic Japanese

Author: Samuel E. Martin
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462914519
Size: 53.81 MB
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The emphasis is on acquiring a working knowledge of simple, everyday Japanese sentences. This new edition has been thoroughly updated and expanded to reflect the way Japanese is actually spoken in Japan today.

Tuttle Japanese For Beginners

Author: Sachiko Toyozato
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462916279
Size: 31.34 MB
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The writing element focuses on the easy-to-read Latin script (romanji) rather than on the more difficult Japanese script (kanji and kana), cutting down on the time it takes between starting the book and being able to speak Japanese.