Item description for Berlitz Japanese in 60 Minutes (Berlitz in 60 Minutes) (Japanese Edition) by Berlitz...
Anyone can get a quick start to learning basic everyday words in a foreign language with ...In 60 Minutes, an all-audio course that conveys and instills useful language within an hour. It's easy - no book needed and no grammar rules to learn! Each phrase is repeated so the listener can commit to memory. For those who want to associate the written word with what they've learned, a 16-page booklet including all words presented in the audio plus phonetic pronunciation and translation is included.
Features * All-audio program containing the most commonly used words and phrases. * Repetition helps learners retain what they've heard. * Booklet with audioscript provided for those who want to follow along as they listen.
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Studio: APA Productions
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Release Date Aug 17, 2007
Publisher Berlitz Guides
ISBN 9812682066 ISBN13 9789812682062 UPC 027793682060
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disappointing vocab selection Oct 21, 2007
We bought this CD and booklet to prepare for a short visit to Japan because I had been impressed with the Berlitz Italian tapes I bought years ago. However, we were very disappointed in the phrase and vocab selections for this CD. If you want to learn Japanese in an hour, learning "where is the bathroom" (not included in the whole cd!) would be much more helpful than "What kind of music do they play?". Also common yen increments are in 1000's (1000 yen = approx $10) but they only teach you numbers up to 100. So I still don't know the numbers for basic money increments. Anyway, buy another CD if you want to learn basic survival skills in Japanese.