Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
The book is aimed at those who aren't necessarily going learn the language or writing system but want to know a few phrases. Contents: Greetings and farewell; Common phrases; At the hotel; At the bank; Ticketing; Asking for directions and time; At the restaurant; and more.
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by Tae Kim - guidetojapanese.org
If you find yourself frustrated that you can't understand Japanese movies or books despite having taken Japanese classes, then this book is for you. It will help you finally understand those pesky particles and break down grammatical concepts...
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The text is designed to provide beginning learners of the Japanese language with a solid base of the major grammar and expressions of Japanese in a flexible electronic mode. Learners will gain quality knowledge of the system of the Japanese language.
The end goal of this online textbook that is to enable people who are self-studying Japanese to be able to speak Japanese. We will attempt to encompass all aspects of the Japanese language, including pronunciation, reading, writing, and grammar.
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