Mittwoch, 27. Januar 2010

Listen & Read to Japanese - Mastering Japanese by Ear EBOOK

Listen & Read Japanese Language
Mastering Japanese by Ear

Ebook / 131 pages / 70MB

This material focuses on listening skills, alongside basic grammar topics. It is recommended for basic and intermediate students of Japanese

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Introduction to Academic Presentations EBOOK

Introduction to Academic Presentations
Ebook / 230 pages / 120MB + 300 MB CDROM

This book will help you to prepare your academic presentations in Japanese.

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Japanese Core Words and Phrases: Things You Can't Find in a Dictionary EBOOK

Japanese Core Words and Phrases: Things You Can't Find in a Dictionary
Ebook / PDF / 130pages / 4MB

Most other ther books only teach you the meaning of words. If you've looked further into Japanese you'll know that the ways those individual words can be used together can make little sense to those of us who grew up speaking temporal Western languages.

Similar in aim and format to Chino's sentence patterns book, this tackles that contextual side of the language that is hardest for us to understand and if your aim is to speak or just understand Japanese as it is spoken by Japanese people then this is one of a core of only a few text books that can really help you.

A phrase or group of phrases is taken, put into a few appropriate contexts and may be offered further explanation. There are no exercises or tests, just a solid breakdown and explanation of the nuances of the Language.
There's not a lot else to say about the book itself other than it is written in English with translations in Japanese script that is oriented mainly around Hiragana and less around the Kanji.

Not for beginners but immensely helpful

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Montag, 25. Januar 2010

Reading Japanese with a Smile

Reading Japanese with a Smile
184 pages / pdf / english/japanese - Ebook

Learning to read Japanese is a little like running a marathon: it is a long, drawn out process, and it can get a little boring along the way. What we learners of Japanese need is a little fun now and then, something that brings a smile to our faces. As luck would have it, this book does just that. This magic trick is accomplished by the book's nine curious stories. Taken from the weekly magazine "Shukan Asahi," these stories, while true to life, verge on the hard to believe, and that's what evokes the magic element of fun.

But that's not all. Each story is accompanied by a translation, faithfully done and easy to follow. Then, sentence by sentence, follows a short gloss of each word and phrase, a reverse derivation of each declined verb and adjective, detailed notes on vocabulary and grammar, and information and commentary on the cultural background. All of these aids can be accessed easily when needed.

"Reading Japanese with a Smile: Nine Stories from a Japanese Weekly Magazine for Intermediate Learners" represents the best of two worlds -- stories that are both fully annotated and enjoyable to read.

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Tanoshiku Yomou ( Read Japanese )

Tanoshiku Yomou - Read Japanese
Practice and Workbook for the Buunka Series
PDF / Rapidshare

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Bunka Shoukyuu Nihongo I + II

Bunka Shoukyuu Nihongo I + II
Publisher: Bunka Institute of Language 2000
PDF / 400 MB

Japanese Course for elementary students

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Shin Bunka Shoukyuu Nihongo I

Shin Bunka Shoukyuu Nihongo I
Publisher: Bunka Institute of Language 2000
PDF / 106 pages / 24MB

Japanese Course for elementary students

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Nihongo wa kantan desu yo - Japanese isnt that difficult !

Nihongo wa kantan desu yo
Japanese isnt that difficult

Ebook / pdf / 100MB

book for japanese language learners. Kanji, words and grammar for 4kyuu

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Earworms Rapid Japanese Vol 1 Audio Course + Ebook

Earworms Rapid Japanese Vol 1
Audio Course + Ebook

Audio Files + Ebook Set / PDF + MP3 - 70 MB

Simply listen to the music CD filled with rhythmic repetitions a few times and listeners will subconsciously acquire a collection of verbs, nouns and connecting words, all the while picking up the correct accent. This is your survival kit of immediately useful words and phrases for your visit abroad. Listen a few times to be able to ask for a table in a restaurant, order food and drink, take a taxi, rent a car, buy tickets, deal with money, numbers, times and days, ask for directions, deal with typical problems, hold a simple conversation and more.

Volume 1 deals with the essentials for your visit abroad. It covers typical situations, polite phrases, finding your way, numbers, how to deal with problems, and so on.

  • What Makes It So Effective?
  • *Effortless, enjoyable and effective
  • *Essential phrases for your trip abroad
  • *Words anchored deeply into your memory by gentle repetition to music
  • *Stimulating and self-motivation through real rapid progress
  • *Developed by language teaching experts
  • *Target language spoken by native speakers
  • *Pronunciation acquired automatically
  • *Listen and learn, anytime anywhere
  • *Phrase book included

Collins Easy Learning Japanese Audio Course

Collins Easy Learning Japanese Audio Course
3 Disc Set / MP3 - 280 MB

This exciting new Easy Learning language course allows learners to take on board all of the Japanese they will need while abroad without the need for thick textbooks and complex grammar. 3 audio CDs and accompanying colour booklet make language learning fun, fast and flexible. 3 audio CDs guide learners through a series of 12 short units. Each unit introduces 5 new key words or phrases before expanding on the basic vocabulary with practice activities, memory tips and culture and etiquette advice. An accompanying 48-page colour booklet provides full transcripts of the CD conversations as well as helpful hints to guide the user through their learning experience.

  • Unit 1: Hello
  • Unit 2: Excuse me
  • Unit 3: Where's the bar?
  • Unit 4: Over there
  • Unit 5: What would you like? Unit 6: Have you got any!?
  • Unit 7: Can you help me?
  • Unit 8: I want to go to!
  • Unit 9: Have you got a room?
  • Unit 10: It hurts
  • Unit 11: I want to make an appointment
  • Unit 12: What's it like?
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