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    Nobuo Akiyama(Author) Carol Akiyama(Author)

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English-speaking travelers to Japan will find this informal introduction a painless way to gain a fundamental grasp of Japanese. The color-illustrated book presents words and phrases for meeting and greeting people, asking directions, getting hotel accommodations, dining, shopping, getting help in an emergency, and much more. The book's extra features include a 40-page pull-out bilingual dictionary that uses phonetic spellings of Japanese words, language quizzes and puzzles, and perforated pull-out vocabulary cards. This language teaching program is suitable both for adults and older children.
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  • By James on 4 October 2001

    This is an excellent book if you are about to go to Japan for a holiday as it is jammed with lots of phrases like 'Where can I find...' and 'Excuse me I've lost...'. For those who just want to learn japanese the 'fast and fun way' then look no further.

  • By Adam on 20 March 2009

    After being recomended this book by a friend, i can say that it's an excellent buy for beginers wanting to learn Japanese. Everything is explained clearly in English though those looking for a more comprehensive experience may find it somewhat lacking as the Japanese text is all in Romaji and only has a small section on the Kanji and Kana.The pace is steady and teaches you things when you most need them or begin to question aspects of what is being taught, though you may sometimes find yourself refering back to previous sections to fully grasp the context of your current module, particularly on verbs and particles.The book is entertaining as well as informative and covers a wide range of situations you may encounter as a tourist in Japan.One point i will hightlight however is not to take everything written in this book as final and absolute. The conversations are often simplified or generalised to their English equivlent rather than a direct translation which would be more helpfull to someone wishing to study the language in more depth. There are 1 or 2 modules which seem to present too much information at once for you to learn properly and realiably and could have done with being split up or simplified.Overall, a great introductory book for anyone wishing to begin learning the spoken language.

  • By MICHAEL JAY on 4 December 2016

    Great for beginners.


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