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Can anyone say some good workbooks to practice Japanese? I searched for kanjj titles last week, but I don’t if they’re good If it’s possible, I want one that exists in PDF, if it’s not, I will try to find in some book stores sometimes it’s hard to find Japanese books in my country.
Hope some of this books help you to improve your japanese. Kanui already searched for it several times and I always find a lot of title I don’t know what I should use: I’ve gotten very confused haha.
I think I didn’t know both “Basic kanji book” and “kanji isn’t that hard”! I will surely check it out! When I find hard to memorize a kanji, I always turn to it! About the minna haha, they exist a lot of books, but the main books are the honsatsu Of 25 lessons each, written all in Japanesethe first one is pink and the second one is green, I don’t know more about the intermediate levels cover page. For some languages they exist some translated versions of the honsatsu, they’re practically the same but translated and i don’t know but maybe they have some explanations too.
Choukai focus more on spelling, it also have a lot of listening compared to the honsatsu. About the Shokyuu book, it have some readings with words or phrases that doesn’t kabji in the translated book, but you can find some in other book called Kotoba no Honyaku but not all of them D: For the kanji they exist three books that complement each other, the main one is the Kanjis Eigoban, followed by the Kanji Renshuuchou and the kanji list book.
This is the link where i’ve got that information haha but it’s in spanish: Hope I had helped, keep learning haha: Have you heard of the “Genki Integrated” eigobna There are two parts in the beginner series; each part has a textbook and a workbook. There’s lots of vocabulary, grammar, kanji practice, and even listening practice. They helped me a lot when I was in beginner Japanese.
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One note of caution: I know several people who kind of ignored the kanji used in the books and focused only on the kabji they regret it now. Even if you can’t write it yet, reading kanji is extremely helpful. That way, you’ll start noticing and remembering structural patterns and ideas e. That’s probably why many people like “Remembering the Kanji;” though I can’t say much about that, as I haven’t used it. To be honest, I love Genki and how the books are structured; the intermediate book, “An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese” is good as well, but I wish the Japan Times made books for higher levels in the Genki format.
There’s a book that was eigobwn to me by a Japanese tutor. It’s called “Japanese for Busy People”. It primarily covers Romaji, but the stroke order of hiragana and katakana can be found inside the back cover.
The book covers real-life events, and includes practise questions. You can probably find it on Amazon or eBay. I’ve also been using worksheets from this website: It can also be quite stress-relieving, in my opinion, tracing over the hiragana, katakana and kanji – you just need to try and memorize them.
These worksheets can be printed off for free via PDF. Thank you very much!!
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I already know hiragana and katakana, so I try very hard to don’t read japanese in romaji at all. So, will those book “harm” me in this way? Because I’ve seen a lot of good books with good vocabulary and a lot of them use romaji most of them are trip books.
The book includes questions for you to answer, but you have to use an exercise book to answer them, otherwise you can kabji some means of typing.
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Although I have been typing, it might not be ideal. This is because whenever I answer questions, I always type the answer in whatever form I have to use i. However, it’s probably better to write the characters down so you can memorize the strokes. I should have started the book by doing that, but I didn’t have any exercise books to hand at the time, so I just went on using Notepad on my laptop.
I dunno – that’s the way I see it. The book doesn’t cover kanji, but Kodansha have written many other books, including those that cover kanji.
Plus, the PDF worksheets cover kanji, so maybe you could work through both books at the same time – though not at the exact same time, of course! I mean maybe work through a bit of the book one day, and the worksheets the next.
It’s up to you, though, obviously!
I’m just giving recommendations. I have downloaded loads of katakana pratice sheets. Just type “katakana eigboan sheet” in Google then print. But I already know hiragana and katakana, I’m looking for workbooks to practice grammar, listening, writing etc Also, if you want help with your English, it’s generally excellent, but rather than saying “Can anyone say some good workbooks to practice Japanese?
Also, there’s a difference between “practice” and “practise”. For example, you wouldn’t say “I’m going to practice football”, but you would say “I’m going to practise football”. And you wouldn’t say “This is our final practise”, but you would say “This is our final practice”.
If there isn’t one As I say, they’re very small mistakes, and the rest is spot on. I want to be an English teacher in Japan someday basically why I’m practising Japaneseso this is sort of me learning as well eigogan you if I’ve described it in a sense that you understood it!
I hope I didn’t sound like a “grammar Nazi”! And you didn’t sound a grammar nazi at all xD I asked for help and you helped me, people like you make me improve my English every day: Thanks for your response! It helps me as much I hope I helped you!
I realize my kanni was rather long, so I’m hoping I’ll be able to explain more concisely in the future, and I suppose this is one step forward! My problem is I’m one of those “quantity not eigobaj people who says more than they need to and ends up making statements more confusing than intended.
Ohh, but your explanation was awesome xD Sometimes, people need more words to understand a subject, especially when you are not talking in their native language: Oh, I’m Brazilian, I speak Portuguese I’m not fluent in English yet: I’ve gotten very confused haha I think I didn’t know both “Basic kanji book” and “kanji isn’t that hard”! Thank you very much again xD and, also, sorry about any English mistakes: Phanatom 9 9 7 4 2.
Ah well, see if it floats your boat! LilyTheDolphin 9 7 7. I use two sources: If there’s any more info you need about these two sources, let me know!
You explained very well, I’m sure you will be an excellent teacher! By the way, just out of curiosity, what’s your native language? D Sometimes, shorting the answers might make yourself not kaji is it right?
Pimsleur Japanese – is this a good source?