JAPANESE FROM ZERO EBOOK
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. George Trombley is a professional Japanese interpreter eBook features: Similar books to Japanese From Zero!. 1: Proven Methods to Learn Japanese with integrated Workbook and Online Support. 2: Proven Methods to Learn Japanese for Students and Professionals with integrated Workbook. Hiragana From Zero!: The Complete Japanese Hiragana Book, with integrated Workbook and answer key. Learn Japanese from zero with Japanese From Zero's online courses. Games, quizzes, and Ask-a-Teacher service included.
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The book begins in romaji and introduces a new set of hiragana in each chapter.
It also progressively introduces grammar and vocabulary. Verbs aren't introduced until the next to the last lesson, which seems pretty late to me.
You end up learning a surprising amount without the use of verbs. But I can't help but feel you'd do better to learn verbs along with the rest of the information given.
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The progressiveness will be the deal breaker for most people. Personally, I feel romaji only serves to stunt your growth in the language. The sooner you learn hiragana and katakana and reading real Japanese , the better off you'll be.
However, young kids who get easily frustrated may find this method easier and more effective, even if it does take longer. The Japanese from Zero Style Though the information is doled out slowly, it is taught in an excellent way.
I found the writing style fun and easy to read. The explanations of the grammar is comprehensive and quickly absorbed.
From N2 upwards all the books are completely in Japanese. Best for: serious students who want in-depth explanations and fast progress.
N5 is just a single book, and N4 is two books. One great feature of these books is that they are divided into an eight week study plan for you.
There is new material six days a week, and a review on the seventh day. They have brief explanatory notes in English, Chinese and Korean all three languages in one book.
These books are fun and easy to follow, and I like the structure. There are pictures to illustrate the key point on each page.
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View All Reviews. View All Travel. Tofugu Store. Progressive Edition? The Japanese from Zero Style Though the information is doled out slowly, it is taught in an excellent way.
Japanese from Zero Contents Because it's hard to describe the way this book progresses, I thought it would be helpful to take a look at the table of contents. Table of Contents Pre-Lesson A: Basic Counting Pre-Lesson C: First Meeting Pre-Lesson D: Coming and Going Lesson 1: Creating Simple Sentences Lesson 2: Working with a Topic Lesson 3: Possession Lesson 4: Colors and Adjectives Lesson 5: Likes and Dislikes Lesson 6: Wanting and Not Wanting Lesson 7: Locations Lesson 8: Dates and Past Tense Lesson 9: Days, Weeks, and Years Lesson Asking for Things Lesson Counting Objects Lesson Japanese Verbs Lesson Is Japanese from Zero Right for You?
Progressive Edition by George Trombley Jr. Great for absolute beginners. Cons Adults may not connect with this textbook so much.Progressive Edition's website. I found the writing style fun and easy to read.
It's designed to ease you into learning Japanese, feeding you small bits of information at a time. Though it's not necessarily made for children, its layout, explanations, and approach make it, effectively, Genki for kids. First Meeting Pre-Lesson D: