Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised)







Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised)


Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised)

About the Book

Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised) is a comprehensive language learning resource designed for individuals with busy schedules. This book, authored by the Association for Japanese-Language Teaching (Ajalt), provides an efficient and effective way to learn Japanese.

Why Choose Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised)?

With the revised edition of Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version, learning Japanese has never been easier. Here are some reasons why this book stands out:

  • Convenient Romanized Version: The book uses romanized characters, allowing learners to focus on pronunciation and vocabulary without the need to learn complex Japanese scripts.
  • Comprehensive Content: Japanese for Busy People I covers essential grammar, vocabulary, and conversational phrases necessary for everyday communication.
  • Interactive Learning: The book includes a CD that provides audio examples and exercises to enhance listening and speaking skills.
  • Revised Edition: This revised edition incorporates updated content and exercises to ensure the most relevant and practical learning experience.

Who Can Benefit from Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised)?

Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised) is suitable for:

  • Busy professionals who want to learn Japanese for business or travel purposes.
  • Students who are interested in Japanese language and culture.
  • Self-learners who prefer a structured and comprehensive approach to language learning.

Start Your Japanese Language Journey Today!

Whether you’re a beginner or have some prior knowledge of Japanese, Japanese for Busy People I: Romanized Version (Revised) is the perfect resource to kickstart your language learning journey. Get your copy today and embark on an exciting adventure into the Japanese language and culture!

Published on 01-Jan-2007 by Association for Japanese-Language Teaching (Ajalt)


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