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by Lucas Klein,Kiril Savino,Catherine Garnier,Mori Toshiko,J.-L. Gousse

ePub Japanese With Ease (Japanese and English Edition) download
Author:
Lucas Klein,Kiril Savino,Catherine Garnier,Mori Toshiko,J.-L. Gousse
ISBN13:
978-2700521016
ISBN:
2700521013
Publisher:
Assimil Gmbh; Bilingual edition (March 20, 2007)
Category:
Subcategory:
Humanities
ePub file:
1929 kb
Fb2 file:
1350 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
903

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Volume 1. Catherine Garnier, Mori Toshiko, Lucas Klein, Kiril Savino, J.3. Japanese With Ease (v. 1). Catherine Garnier; Mori Toshiko. Book Description Assimil, 2007. Condition: New. J. Gousse (illustrator). Catherine Garnier, Mori Toshiko, Lucas Klein, Kiril Savino, . L Goussé. Published by Assimil 2007-04-07, ne (2007). ISBN 10: 2700521005 ISBN 13: 9782700521009. Published by Assimil (2007). Seller Inventory M2700521005. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

ISBN 13: 9782700521016. The method comprises two phases: the passive phase, in which users simply repeat what they hear and read, and the active phase, in which users begin to create sentences and imagine themselves in a variety of everyday situations.

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Catherine Garnier, Mori Toshiko. In only half an hour a day users will move ahead naturally until they are at ease with all the basic structures needed for communication and become familiar with the basic words and grammar.

Japanese with Ease, Volume 1 Coursebook (Assimil with Ease) (v. Catherine Garnier, Mori Toshiko. Download (pdf, 1. 0 Mb) Donate Read.

Japanese With Ease book. This is a pack of 1 book and 4 CDs. It aims to take users from scratch. T This is a pack of 1 book and 4 CDs.

The book lists each Kanji with its radical, its number of strokes, the different pronunciations of the character, and - of course - its meaning. For development of your writing skills, the stroke-by-stroke character lay-out will be very useful, teaching you the rules of writing Kanji. Dont miss the useful appendices such as the Table of Radicals, the Index listing Kanji by number of strokes, as well as the dialogue texts of Japanese with Ease, given.

Assimil Japanese with Ease, Volume 1 by. Catherine Garnier, Toshiko Mori.

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A pack of 1 book and 4 CDs. It aims to take users from scratch to having a base in the language within six months. The method comprises two phases: the passive phase, in which users simply repeat what they hear and read, and the active phase, in which users begin to create sentences and imagine themselves in a variety of everyday situations.
  • This was much better than I expected! I'm considered an intermediate student and the first few lessons were sufficiently interesting and challenging. This is about the same quality as "Living Language Ultimate" and "Teach Yourself" ... both excellent courses in their own way. Will try to update this review when I finish the entire course but I doubt the rating will go below 5 stars.

    UPDATE: The text has 3 blank pages due to a printing error. Assimil's dialogue topics are varied and are far more interesting and relevant to adult learners than the ones in Genki I-II.

  • Excellent as a listening comprehension supplement for another course, but totally inadequate on its own.

    Assimil's dialogues are superb. They are realistic, relevant, and contain far more humor than the typical language study course. Unfortunately, that is about all the course can offer. The grammatical explanations are neither sufficient nor accurate, and the translations are sometimes rather inaccurate, as well. The book is also replete with typographical errors.