Item description for Japanese in MangaLand: Workbook 1 by Marc Bernabe...
As the popularity of manga in this country continues to soar, so does the desire of its fans to learn Japanese in order to appreciate it in its original language. The three volumes in the Japanese in MangaLand series combine the enjoyment of reading manga with an innovative and entertaining approach to language instruction. Now comes the Japanese in MangaLand Workbook 1, a perfect way for readers to practice and assimilate what they learned in the first volume. The Workbook offers more than 150 complementary activities, divided into six sections that enable students to practice writing hiragana, katakana and kanji, as well as to optimize the vocabulary and grammar that were taught in the textbook itself. An exciting special feature-24 pages of a Rakujo manga created exclusively for this workbook-further enhances the learning experience.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6.75" Height: 10.5" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2006
Publisher Japan Publications Trading
ISBN 4889962085 ISBN13 9784889962086
Availability 50 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 28, 2017 05:43.
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More About Marc Bernabe
MARC BERNABE is a Japanese-Spanish/Catalan translator and interpreter, working mainly on manga and anime translations. He also specializes in language and Japanese culture didactics for foreigners. He combines his professional and academic activities with the web page Nipoweb.com, of which he is founder, co-webmaster and regular contributor.
Reviews - What do customers think about Japanese in MangaLand: Workbook 1?
Good for the Interested Jan 3, 2008
This book made me realize how hard Japanese really is. Its a great book for the interested but don't think that your going know Japanese after just reading this. Combine with the Japanese in Mangaland: Basic Japanese Course Using Manga for effective learning. I only got this to familiarize myself of what I'm getting into when I take Japanese in the coming semester at school.
Working Backwards Sep 6, 2007
This book is an excellent tool for learning Japanese. I received my copy of the workbook before I received Japanese in Mangaland (some shipping problems, I guess) and I was able to work backwards from this to learn Japanese while waiting for its companion. Now that I have Japanese in Mangaland 1 as well, I realize just how necessary this workbook is to really cement the concepts taught in JiM, especially for those who don't have another outlet to practice Japanese.
Review for wookbook1in Japanese in Mangaland Mar 24, 2007
The workbook pairs nicely with the japanese in mangaland book its basically an action (mecha) manga with exercises to help you translate it . Even after first lesson the ability to apply what i learned helped seer in my mind the lession i had completed. i was happy with it