Japanese the Manga Way: An Illustrated Guide to Grammar and Structure

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Stone Bridge Press, Inc., Nov 1, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 312 pages
A "real manga, real Japanese" study guide and resource for language students and teachers
 

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Superb. This is THE resource if you want to learn casual Japanese. Polite and casual Japanese are both crucial. Regular textbooks will teach you polite Japanese. This will teach you casual Japanese.
WARNING: This book is not really for beginners. Unless you already know all of your kana and beginner Japanese grammar, the topics won't click.
 

Contents

I
ix
III
xiv
IV
xv
V
1
VI
2
VIII
10
X
18
XI
24
XXXVI
138
XXXVIII
148
XL
156
XLII
166
XLIV
176
XLV
182
XLVI
188
XLVIII
198

XIII
32
XV
40
XVI
50
XVIII
58
XIX
64
XXI
68
XXIII
74
XXV
82
XXVII
92
XXIX
102
XXX
112
XXXII
118
XXXIV
128
L
208
LII
214
LIII
222
LIV
228
LVI
236
LVIII
242
LX
254
LXII
266
LXIV
269
LXV
274
LXVI
275
LXVII
276
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Raised in Japan, Wayne P. Lammers ( Ph.D. in Japanese) taught at the university level. He was translation editor for Mangajin and is considered one of the finest translators of Japanese literature today.

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