コミュニケーションのための日本語: 2

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講談社インターナショナル, 1995 - Foreign Language Study - 282 pages
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THE REVISED EDITION OF JAPANESE FOR BUSY PEOPLE In the ten years since its publication,Japanese for Busy Peoplehas won acceptance worldwide as an effective, easy-to-understand textbook, either for classroom use or for independent study. In this new edition, numerous revisions and additions have been made, taking into account the comments and responses of both students and teachers who have been using the course.

In Book I, the revisions are directed at making the grammatical explanations easier to understand, while adding further explanations of points that students have difficulty with. Changes have also been made in favor of more natural practice sentences and dialogues. In addition, new appendices list the particles, interrogatives, and sentence patterns in the book, as well as the kanji introduced.

More fundamental revisions have been made to Book II, which has been expanded and divided into two volumes, Book II and Book Ill. The changes result in a smoother transition from Book I, make new grammatical elements clearer, and present more natural practice dialogues and exercise sentences.

THE JAPANESE FOR BUSY PEOPLE COURSE This concise course in natural Japanese is ideal for such students as businessmen whose aim is a working knowledge of the spoken language in everyday life. Survival Japanese for Adults,' as it might be called, gets to the heart of the language without recourse to childish or classroom-only Japanese.

Book II consists of twenty lessons in the same format as Book I, with dialogues, notes on grammar, and vocabulary, exercises and quizzes. The dialogues introduce the daily language and life of adult Japanese and, compared with Book I, conversations are more natural and include abbreviated expressions and suitable responses. In this revised Book II, kanji are introduced systematically, and alternate readings, stroke order and associated kanji are given for the characters appearing in each chapter.

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Review: Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized

User Review  - Zayne Ling - Goodreads

A great elementary Japanese textbook. I get to know this book when I went for a Japanese class and use it as our textbook. A lot of exercises and examples. Although it lack kanji in the book but it's good for beginner as kanji is too difficult for someone new to Japanese. Read full review

Review: Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized

User Review  - Phillip Peacock - Goodreads

Clean and easy, good for beginners/"dys"-lexic people like me. Read full review

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THE ASSOCIATION FOR JAPANESE-LANGUATE TEACHING (AJALT) has been recognized as a nonprofit organization by the Ministry of Education since 1997. It was established to meet the practical needs of people who are not necessarily specialists on Japan but who wish to communicate effectively in Japanese. In 1992 the Association was awarded the Japan Foundation Special Prize.

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