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If you could sum up Everyday Japanese for Beginners - 400 Actions & Activities in three words, what would they be?
fun, useful, easy
What was one of the most memorable moments of Everyday Japanese for Beginners - 400 Actions & Activities?
Help me a lot with expressing myself to my Japanese friends, and writing school reports.
What about uncredited’s performance did you like?
I love the young voices in this book with are enjoyable to listen.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I always had problem with constructing simple and usable sentences in Japanese, this book is all about that so for me this is 100% must have in my study collection .
Any additional comments?
I wish there are more chapters in this book, I would like to content for dating, hanging out, school, geeky stuff etc...
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
As a free book this download is virtually invaluable omoshiroi desu kara, but as purely a beginner's guide this won't do own. With that being said I have not yet purchased the next book in the series so I don't know if it becomes more instructive but this is a "hear and say" book. In my opinion, your ear must be tuned to Japanese at least ⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪⚪ to benefit from this. I would not even call myself a proficient beginner but if you are you should add this to your lessons. In fact, I will also add that if you wosh to be anythong more than a beginning learner, add this to your lesson.
It's ok, but they mention reading 'listen, repeat, read' as if it's part of the mini course but there is no accompanying PDF. Story 5 stars though.
Didn't get any use out of this. Didn't even finish listening to the whole thing.
They said the word in English once, and then in Japanese twice. Don't go through the pronunciation properly, don't go through how to use words in a sentence. Nope, just straight into multi syllable words that are difficult to say at the best of times, let alone when you're trying to repeat after a recording while the recording cuts you off to say the next word, without even giving you time to see or find out if you were right.
Going to return this one.