Making Out in Japanese

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Tuttle Publishing, 2002 - Japanese language - 104 pages
8 Reviews
With this book, find out how to hang out, pick up dates and get your way - all in Japanese. It offers the essential vocabulary needed to fit in with the Nihonjin. It covers the quick, slang phrases needed to make you sound like a natural and tells you what to say of you are a guy or a girl.
  

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User Review  - Starr Bruner - Goodreads

Fun to bring to your Japanese professors and see them laugh. It's just plain fun! Read full review

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User Review  - Kara - Goodreads

Just awesome, great for beginners, for anime enthusiasts, and all Japanese crazed fans. This simple book would teach you much of all you should know about Japanese, the basics and such. ;) Read full review

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Contents

Whats up?
13
Got a Minute?
25
Say What?
29
Looky Looky
33
Touch and Go
35
Chowdown
39
I Like It
43
Bad Words
55
Chitchat
75
Lovers Language
93
The Other Side
101
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Original edition by Todd and Erika Geers. Todd Geers is a graduate in Japanese studies from the University of Maryland and met his wife, Erika, in 1984 in Yokohama, Japan. He conceived the idea for a book on colloquial Japanese when he realized that what he was studying in his textbooks wasnAEt what he heard being spoken around him.

Revised by Glen McCabe, a Ph.D. student in Japanese at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, with additional assistance from several young native speakers of Japanese.

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