Item description for Japanese for Fun: A Practical Approach to Learning Japanese Quickly (Tuttle Language Library) by Taeko Kamiya...
A practical, yet enjoyable approach to quickly learning basic Japanese, Japanese for Fun incorporates short, simple characters to teach useful expressions for everyday situations. Also included is a wealth of practical advice on making the most of your stay in Japan.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.51" Width: 5.71" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2007
Publisher Tuttle Publishing
ISBN 4805308664 ISBN13 9784805308660 UPC 676251308662
Availability 0 units.
More About Taeko Kamiya
Taeko Kamiya was an internationally recognized linguist, teacher and author. She held masters degrees from the University of San Francisco and Monterey Institute of International Studies. She taught Japanese for twenty-five years at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey and wrote many books about the Japanese Language.
Reviews - What do customers think about Japanese for Fun: A Practical Approach to Learning Japanese Quickly (Tuttle Language Library)?
ease into japanese Sep 18, 2007
This is a conveniant and easy way to get started with Japanese, it comes with a handy book and audio cd,all of which are quite easy to follow and enjoy.My only regret is,that i paid 15.95 at borders when I could've got it here at this site much cheaper, but either way it is worth it.It is true that there isn't much here for the student who has already studied this language, but if you are just starting out with it, this will do just fine.
kinda slooow Aug 15, 2007
I bought this to review basic sentence structure for JLPT4 and while it's decent for someone who doesnt know a word of Japanese, it's very slow for anyone else. Each word in the sentence is repeated then the whole sentence is repeated. While a thorough method, you wont learn a whole lot of different expressions this way. I prefer Dover's Japanese CD. It costs about the same, but packs in a lot more information and can be used beyond the intermediate beginner level.