Japanese In Plain English (EB)

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McGraw-Hill Education, Feb 12, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 256 pages
For the business and leisure traveler, the simple-yet-effective Japanese In Plain English will help you find a hotel or the nearest restaurant as you pass through Japan. Now updated to include the latest additions to the language, it offers you 1,200 essential words and phrases that will get you around the country confidently and without faux pas. The pronunciation system is simple, and, more important, each Japanese phrase is presented in the Roman alphabet, rather than its non-Roman script.

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