Beginning Japanese Phrases Writing Practice Pad: Learn Japanese in Just Minutes a Day! (Paperback)
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Five minutes a day is all it takes to begin learning Japanese Beginning Japanese Phrases Writing Practice Pad is the perfect interactive resource for busy people who want to start learning Japanese or students looking for a fun way to review what they've learned. This interactive paper pad helps even those completely unfamiliar with the language learn and write 336 essential Japanese phrases--in just a few minutes a day Each tear-out sheet introduces a common Japanese phrase in bold, easy-to-read type, along with the pronunciation and meaning in English. Plus, language learners can use the provided practice boxes to try writing the phrase themselves Cultural notes are provided on the back along with etiquette tips on when and how to use the phrase. This language practice pad includes:
- Contains over 275 tear-off sheets--each presenting a new and useful Japanese phrase
- Each phrase is in Japanese script along with its pronunciation and English translation
- Practice boxes are provided for you to write the phrase several times while memorizing it
- Learn a new phrase each day and keep the practice sheets for easy review later
- Helpful cultural notes and etiquette tips on Japanese usage are provided
- Charts showing the 92 hiragana and katakana characters
Whether you're planning a trip to Japan or just looking to expand your vocabulary, this practice pad offers a quick and fun way to learn, reference, and review popular Japanese phrases. Five minutes a day is all you need--and you're on your way to speaking and writing Japanese.
About the Author
William Matsuzaki has been a Japanese teacher for over 15 years. He received his BA in Japanese from Carlton College, an MSEd in Technology Education, and a doctorate in education from Johns Hopkins. Matsuzaki received the Elgin Heinz Outstanding Teacher Award in 2012 and has been the recipient of numerous teaching awards at his school (St. Paul's School in Brooklandville, Maryland), where he is also the modern language department chair. He is the author of several Tuttle titles, including Let's Learn Japanese and Japanese Hiragana and Katakana Language Practice Pad.