Japanese: Familiarization and Short-term Training
Publisher: Foreign Service Institute 1988
Number of pages: 526
The objective of the FAST Courses is to help students acquire the communication skills necessary to deal with the most common social and daily life situations they will encounter during their overseas assignments. Language forms adequate to satisfy personal needs, "how-to" information, and cultural highlights are presented in a format that will encourage students to tryout and use with confidence the language skills they have developed.
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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...
The book is aimed at those who aren't necessarily going learn the language but want to know a few phrases. Contents: Greetings and farewell; Common phrases; At the hotel; At the bank; Ticketing; Directions and time; At the restaurant; etc.
by Emiko Konomi - Portland State University
This textbook is designed for students who have intermediate competency in Japanese, roughly at Level 2 on the ILR scale, and are working on reaching Level 3. It can be used for self-study, as part of online course, and in a traditional classroom.
by Naomi Ogi, Duck-Young Lee - ANU Press
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.