By H.B.D Clarke, Motoko Hamamura
The purpose of this booklet is to get you conversing functional eastern within the shortest period of time attainable with out neglecting the script. It makes a speciality of educating you to speak good, will educate you to learn katakana and hiragana, and may clarify round 250 Kanji characters.
If you want to examine useful jap in a short time, say for a enterprise stopover at or vacation, this can be an awesome ebook to use.
Good purposes to exploit this publication, in my opinion:
> the booklet is really easy to paintings with
> the grammar is obviously explained
> the kanji characters are defined and practiced within the chapters
> the workouts are many and varied
> at the least analyzing passages in line with bankruptcy ( in script )
> it will get you studying hiragana and katakana steadily
> huge vocabulary build-up: the thesaurus lists round 2800 words
> useful vocabulary for daily use and conversation
> should be accomplished in three month's time
I imagine this e-book is mainly useful for business-people, because:
> it contains alot of commercial terminology
> it avoids "college"-topics reminiscent of 'what is your major?'
My proceedings approximately this ebook are:
> there are typo's the following and there within the romanized script
> a few components of the grammar and a few subject matters (like telling the time) used to be now not defined adequately
> it may be argued that it locations an excessive amount of emphasis on business-terminology
Overall, this booklet does a superb activity of training functional eastern in a quick period of time and in a common manner.
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3. Okáasan no shúmi wa nán desu ka. 4. Oníisan no shúmi wa nán desu ka. travel (ryokoo) kendo (kéndoo, Japanese fencing) tennis soccer The following are not recorded on the cassette tape. Check your answers with the Key to the Exercises (p. 263). 5. 6. 7. 8. Otooto san no shúmi wa nán desu ka. Onéesan no shúmi wa nán desu ka. Ojíisan no shúmi wa nán desu ka. Imooto san no shúmi wa nán desu ka. 7 Harry Clark decides to investigate the business hours of the shops and businesses he will be using during his stay in Japan.
G. ߅ࠎߥߩੱ onnánohito, a woman Note the following combinations with the y– syllables. Here the y– syllables are written smaller to indicate they are to combine with the preceding hiragána and are pronounced as a single syllable. We have already learnt the hiragána syllables sho ߒࠂ and jo ߓࠂ in Unit 2. kya ߈߾ gya ߉߾ sha ߒ߾ ja ߓ߾ cha ߜ߾ nya ߦ߾ hya ߭߾ mya ߺ߾ rya ࠅ߾ kyu ߈ࠀ gyu ߉ࠀ shu ߒࠀ ju ߓࠀ chu ߜࠀ nyu ߦࠀ hyu ߭ࠀ myu ߺࠀ ryu ࠅࠀ kyo ߈ࠂ gyo ߉ࠂ sho ߒࠂ jo ߓࠂ cho ߜࠂ nyo ߦࠂ hyo ߭ࠂ myo ߺࠂ ryo ࠅࠂ Syllables with b and p The syllables beginning with b– or p– are formed from the symbols in the h– line.
42 ߎࠇߪ ߜߜߣ ߪߪߢߔޕ ߅ߣ߁ߐࠎߪ ࠊ߆ ߢߔߨ߃ޕ ߃߃ޕߔߢ߈ࠎߍޔteni ࠬߣ gorufu ߇ ᅢ߈ߢߔޕ ߘࠇߪ ߛࠇߩ ߒ߾ߒࠎߢߔ߆ޕ ߎࠇߪ ߦߣ ߨߢߔޕ ߦߪ ߤߊߒࠎ ߢߔ߇ࠎߎߞߌ ߪߨޔ ߒߡ߹ߔޕ ࠢࡄ: ߦߡ ߹ߔߨ߃ޕ߆ߔߢࠇߛ ߪࠇޕ ߤࠇߢߔ߆ ߩߣ߁߽ ߪࠇ ޔޕሶߤ߽ ጊਅ: ߢߔޕ ࠢࡄ: ߆ࠊߢߔߨ߃ޕߐ ߢߔ߆ޕ ੑߐ ߢߔޕ ጊਅ: ࠢࡄ: ᅚߩሶ ߢߔ߆ޕ ߃ޔᅚߩሶ ߢߪ ࠅ߹ߖࠎߩ↵ޕሶߢߔޕ ጊਅ: ጊਅ: ࠢࡄ: ጊਅ: ࠢࡄ: ጊਅ: KÚUPAA: YAMÁSHITA: KÚUPAA: YAMÁSHITA: Sore wa nán desu ka. Kore wa chichi no kanreki no shashin désu. Kanreki? Rokujússai no tanjóobi desu. Sóo desu ka.
Colloquial Japanese: The Complete Course for Beginners (Colloquial Series) by H.B.D Clarke, Motoko Hamamura