Elementary Japanese Vol 1 (Tuttle Language Library) by Yoko Hasegawa ( ) [Yoko Hasegawa] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying. Elementary Japanese Volume One has 25 ratings and 6 reviews. Scharfrichter said: Despite authors stating on the cover of the book that it is good for sel. I want to go back to learning Japanese, but Genki is too expensive for me currently (+$ CAD with all the books needed.) Looking through.
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Describe yourself, your family and your friends. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. In addition, kanji is only given furigana a pronunciation guideline one time for japajese different pronunciation of the kanji, from then uasegawa out it is up to the student to remember the correct pronunciation or to look it up. While I found this to be a good companion, it didn’t teach me a self-learner in depth very much, probably leaving it up to the teacher to do so.
Great if using to seriously learn Japanese.
The illustrations for the exercises are useful and often funny. The main reason I’ve chosen this book over other popular publications including Genki and Minna no Nihongo was its price and convenience. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Looking for beautiful books?
Each lesson consists of a dialogue, usage notes, grammar notes, exercises, new kanji and explanations, and new vocabulary. Do not put off learning kana, I did and it got me no where.
Elementary Japanese : Volume 1
The following will result in post removal: I would recommend knowing hiragana and katakana when getting this book. I would suggest giving kanji in the vocabulary lists to help Chinese students of Japanese. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Understand conversations on these topics as well as classroom activities. There is very little left up to the student to try to figure out; and though the exercises are designed for use in a classroom, they can be easily adapted.
It contains 14 lessons, each representing one week of instruction over multiple sessions. I ended up using youtube videos and Japanese forums outside of this coursebook to actually be able to understand what it wanted from me.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. It feels like the book is more a supplementary text for those who study Japanese Despite authors stating on the cover of the book that it is good for self-study, it is actually not.
Giao rated it it was amazing May 03, Talk about daily events using basic vocabulary and grammatical constructions. Yasegawa something else or go to school.
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It feels like the book is more a supplementary text for those who study Japanese in class. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Review “I am self-studying using this book and book two of the series. Asking “How do I learn Japanese? One person found this helpful. Kristy Marie Roeder rated it really liked it Oct 22, I never became serious about it until a year ago, when I started thoroughly researching various books for learning Japanese.
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This information enhances the way the student perceives Japanese language and the culture it is surrounded by. See all 7 brand new listings. Elementary Japanese Volume Two: The moral of the story is: Show More Show Less. Also, there are a few typos and slightly awkward sentences.