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Are you about to travel to Japan? Do you need basic Japanese and proper etiquette for business reasons? Do you have a Japanese speaking partner, family or friends? Are you a fan of Japanese films, culture, or history, and want to start learning the Japanese language? Whatever your reasons are, we've designed Survival Phrases - Japanese with YOU in mind, so that you will get immensely satisfying results fast.
These 30 short and effective audio lessons will allow you to:
speak Japanese before the end of your first lesson
use your newly learned Japanese in everyday situations
understand the culture, customs, and people of Japan
order the food you want in restaurants
ask directions and travel by taxi, train, bus and car with confidence
master manners, etiquette, customs so you don't embarrass yourself
visit or host Japanese guests with confidence
introduce yourself, friends and family
learn to ask for help and avoid danger and tourist traps
learn travel tips and the "do's" and "don'ts" from the experienced host. This is NOT a vocabulary builder with just words and their translations. Unlike other audiobooks, we actually TEACH Japanese and Japanese culture. Each lesson is TAUGHT by a professional, bi-lingual teacher!
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By Kit on 04-24-16
Good lessons, but with editing issues.
A great set of lessons for visiting and getting around Japan. The instructor is easy to understand, knowledgeable, and fun. I especially enjoyed how the sentences were broken down into their literal components, so you can understand Japanese sentence structure. There are also fun cultural insights where the teacher shares her personal experiences.
Unfortunately, there are frequent editing issues with the audio and you will here the same (English) sentence repeated or spliced together in odd ways. My second complaint is that the lessons are built from a weekly podcast format and the instructor assumes that it's been a week since your last lesson, and often reviews topics that you covered only a few moments ago. I've listened to the second part of this series and it does not suffer from the same issues.
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