This little Japanese phrasebook is just 5 inches tall. It covers all the basics: travel, hotels, food, shopping and such, and all the phrases are organized by situautions. This is to help you say them out loud. Unique approach and a very friendly book for people that just want some Japanese words in their heads.
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This little Japanese phrasebook is just 5 inches tall. It covers all the basics: travel, hotels, food, shopping and such, and all the phrases are organized by situautions. This is to help you say them out loud. Unique approach and a very friendly book for people that just want some Japanese words in their heads. Each phrase comes with illustrations and is organized by subject. Probably one of the better phrasebooks and surprisingly was not made by a big publishing company. You know how you can always spot a tourist in your hometown?
Well, those are easy to spot in Japan too. This may be suited more so for Japanese learners. Body parts. Things in your house. Get this book if you want to add a ton of Japanese words to your brain. Well, they make hard topics friendly and approachable to normal people like you and I. Inside, you learn how to ask for directions, use numbers, talk about family, the weather and of course, emergency phrases.
Just the basics. Everything is written in Latin letters the ones you are reading here. This Japanese phrasebook has an interesting take. Except here, you learn a ton of Japanese words for food that you will likely order and eat in Japan. So, if you want to order like a pro, check it out. All teach you essentially the same thing. Want actual textbooks? Check the link below.
The Ultimate Japanese Phrasebook: 1800 Sentences for Everyday Use
Going beyond the scope of standard phrasebooks for tourists, this compact volume presents all the expressions a student, businessperson, teacher, homemaker, or other professional will need — not only to get by in Japan but also to set up a life there and make Japanese friends. The book contains 1, sentences organized into 19 chapters, covering almost every situation a visitor to Japan is likely to encounter, from meeting people, shopping, and getting around, to finding a place to live, getting a job, and having kids. A chapter on social interaction teaches you how to initiate a chat, agree and disagree, and express your thoughts on matters of importance, while another, on feelings, guides you through the various ways of expressing emotion in Japanese. There is even a chapter on romance and sex, "The Private Zone," which introduces key phrases for hooking up and bedding down. Included with the book is a free MP3 audio CD containing all the sentences read aloud — first in English, then in Japanese — by professional narrators and actors. And it is compact enough to carry in your briefcase or bag.
The Ultimate Japanese Phrasebook
Shaktijar Customers who bought this item also bought. View or edit your browsing history. I studied several western languages before but the thought process was the same as my native English. Kit Pancoast Nagamura the ultimate japanese phrasebook a writer, editor, and educator who first visited Japan in on a fellowship from Brown University.