Colloquial Japanese: The Complete Course for Beginners by H.B.D Clarke, Motoko Hamamura

By H.B.D Clarke, Motoko Hamamura

Colloquial Japanese offers a step by step direction in eastern because it is written and spoken this present day. Combining a simple procedure with a radical remedy of the language, it equips inexperienced persons with the fundamental talents had to converse with a bit of luck and successfully in jap in a vast diversity of events. No earlier wisdom of the language is required.

Key good points include:

• innovative insurance of conversing, listening, studying and writing abilities

• dependent, jargon-free causes of grammar

• an intensive diversity of centred and stimulating routines

• real looking and pleasing dialogues protecting a large number of eventualities

• valuable vocabulary lists through the text

• extra assets to be had behind the ebook, together with an entire solution key, a grammar precis and bilingual glossaries

Balanced, finished and lucrative, Colloquial Japanese can be an critical source either for autonomous inexperienced persons and scholars taking classes in Japanese.

Course components:

The entire path includes the booklet and audio fabrics. those can be found to buy individually in paperback, e-book, CD and MP3 layout. The paperback and CDs is also bought jointly within the great-value Colloquials pack.

Paperback: 978-0-415-19478-5 (please be aware this doesn't contain the audio)

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MP3s: 978-0-415-47080-3 (available from www.tandfebooks.com)

Pack : 978-0-415-45391-2 (paperback and CDs)

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G. ࡄࠬ pásu ‘a pass’, ࠬ࡯ࡄ࡯ súupaa ‘a supermarket’, when, of course, it is written in katakána. 46 Katakána Here are five more katakána symbols. 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 3 ta ku shi i ha These can be combined with the eight katakána symbols you have learnt so far to write a large number of loan words from English and other languages. Remember that the katakána symbols follow the same spelling conventions outlined above for hiragána. 1 1 Look at the list of katakána words below and see if you can guess what each one means (we have used romaji where you have not yet learnt the katakána).

Minásan, ohayoo gozaimásu. Watashi wa Méarii Súmisu desu. Róndon kara kimáshita. Eikokújin desu. Íma, Nihongo o narátte imasu. Dóozo yoroshiku. Arígatoo gozaimashita. Tsugí wa Ríi san o goshookai shimásu. Dóomo. Hajimemáshite. Watashi wa Ríi desu. Chúugoku no Pékin kara désu. Nihongo ga sukóshi dekimásu. Ríi san no goshúmi wa nán desu ka. Sákkaa to rágubii desu. Ryóori mo sukí desu. Dóomo arígatoo gozaimashita. Ms Smith, I’d like you to introduce yourself. Yes, certainly. Good morning everyone.

Where does his elder brother work? What does his elder sister enjoy doing? What work does his mother do? What kind of school does his younger brother attend? 6 Imagine you are Kazuo Honda answering Harry Clark’s questions about the hobbies and pastimes of the various members of his family. Frame your answers using the English cues provided. For example: Q: Ojíisan no shúmi wa nán desu ka. Cue: golf A: Sófu no shúmi wa górufu desu. 1. Obáasan no shúmi wa nán desu ka. 2. Otóosan no shúmi wa nán desu ka.

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