Item description for Berlitz Japanese in 30 Days (Berlitz in 30 Days) (Japanese Edition) by Berlitz Guides...
Overview Learn everyday words in a foreign language in just 30 days. Daily lessons are designed to fit into a busy schedule--short dialogues in the book and on the audio CD focus on the conversational language listeners want to learn. Includes a 320-page coursebook. 2 CDs.
Publishers Description Learn everyday Japanese-in just 30 days. Daily lessons are designed to fit into your busy schedule-short dialogues in the book and on the audio CD's focus on the conversational language you want to learn. In just one month, you'll be on your way to communicating in Japanese.
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Studio: APA Productions
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.21" Width: 7.31" Height: 1.34" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2007
Publisher Berlitz Guides
ISBN 9812682236 ISBN13 9789812682239 UPC 027793682237
Reviews - What do customers think about Berlitz Japanese in 30 Days (Berlitz in 30 Days) (Japanese Edition)?
Japanese 30 days Mar 18, 2010
Pro: 1-Clear explanation of basic grammar. 2-Pronunciation speed slow enough to fit beginners. Con: 1-Recording sound quality: harsh. Berlitz says, on the cover page, that the original publication was from another company (Ch & Tsui). I am not sure that the recording was originally from cassette tapes (very noisy background) ?? 2- Binding: Same problems with other 30-days-series (I own French & Spanish 30 days) the binding was unsatisfactory. I can't open the book easily and the individual pages came off loose after few attempts. I am not sure if the speaker(s) is(are) native Japanese. 3- Not enough Japanese characters.
Berkitz Japanese in 30 days Apr 2, 2009
The CD is again scratched up; Is this site selling returned products. Buyer of this kind of product can make purchases and downloads the CD on to iphone and returns them. The CD "cartboard" holder is too tight to take out the CD.