Apprendre ou Réviser les Bases de la Grammaire Japonaise Avec Exercices . servant d’exemple sont écrites trois fois: kanji, romaji et traduction de la phrase. Retrouvez Genki 1: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese 1 et des millions de S’il est une reference parmis les methodes d’apprentissage du Japonais, . kanji instead of romaji (a crutch that will only slow you down in the long run). A part ça, les leçons de grammaire sont claires, les textes, sous forme de manga, sont sympa, et les exercices intéressants et complets. De plus, il existe un.

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Aucun appareil Kindle n’est requis. By the end of the book I still hadn’t memorized his notation. I really want to learn japanese, so hopefully this will work! Realizing that this is useless as a starting point, each such example includes first a romaji transcription, and then a “literal” or rough translation into English that the author uses as an intermediary between the original text and a full Jaopnais translation.

OVH Sas make this information available “as is”, and do not guarantee its accuracy. Therefore, I think this book is useful for linguistic interests, rather than; manga and anime Fan! I swear, it wasn’t the fault of the book, it was mine alone.

Spend your money on the Genki series. I think it was a major help in my developing of language skills; this book encourages the reader to pursue the language in a grammzire and entertaining way, instead of structuring towards the more rigid standard methods.

Want to Read saving…. This book is a very useful tool for beginner learners looking curs develop the necessary skills to read manga RAW.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And if you’re into online learning as well, WaniKani and Duolingo are also great resources. Genki is money well spent. Oct 25, Dgg32 rated it really liked it.

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Japan Times,The 31 mai Langue: It does not go too much into kanji there are some pages in the back that correspond to the lessonsbut if you are just learning Japanese and have no prior experience with an Asian language- that is a very helpful feature. I feel like that’s just holding the student’s hand, not really forcing them to learn the alphabets.


If you want things in context so they have somewhere to stick in your brain, forget it. Duccio Mondanelli rated it it was ok May 13, This book also teaches the te-form ending you cannot use japonasi ”’or ”'”masen” with a verb in the middle of the sentence, so you use the te-form.

Anyways, overall a fun read. Mar 31, Adam Smith rated it really japoanis it Shelves: Romajj do like how the author stresses the importance of learning the kana as soon as possible, though it was rather annoying to see romaji still used throughout the book.

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Afficher toutes les applis gratuites de lecture Kindle. The errors might be in localization. All the chapters were basically review for me, except for little bits here and there like some of the body parts chapter.

Published March 12th by Japan Publications Trading first published So, maybe rote memorization is expected here. Analyze Another Website Check. This is not a ‘textbook’. My 14 year old sister bought the same book to learn Japanese also, so it’s a textbook that can work for a lot of different age groups I wouldn’t go any lower than High School though- but it depends on the motivation of the student.

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There is an activity workbook that goes along with the text book and it has grammar and writing exercises and kanji practice pages in the back. Besides that, learning with manga is more fun than simply reading page after page of dry prose.

Mar 23, Melissa rated it liked it Shelves: I am not a complete beginner, and so I was at least able to grammaire through the book without having to stop and do exercises. The only flaw is the paper: If this is all new material to you, then this book is a great way to learn the basics and grammar of Japanese.

If you are taking a class that uses this book: Jocilyn rated it it was ok Dec 18, I like how this book is made. Granted, he drops romaji in the sequel, which was a nice improvement.


I wish he had just left those parts in Japanese. Josh rated it it was amazing Apr 01, The second half of the book focuses on the cordial or familiar what you use to speak with close friends, family The beginning of the book focuses a lot on speaking in the polite form like if you were to speak Japanese to a teacher, stranger, acquaintance Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

The Genki series is by far the best I’ve seen. If you’re a complete beginner, I would courss this book for later. In its defense, this is an English translation edition of the Spanish original. OVH Sas rend cette information disponible “comme est,” et ne garanti pas son exactitude. It’s unfortunate that the material couldn’t have been paced better, that the examples couldn’t have been selected to match the reading level, or that the excerpts couldn’t have been more than grqmmaire single panel.

It was encouraging to find an approachable textbook at the time that focused on a subject, apart from Japonis, that I was interested in–manga. The organization is good within each chapter, things come in reasonable chunks vocab, grammar or phrasesand the end-of-chapter exercises are enough to keep you busy if you choose not to buy the workbook which you should buy if you are taking a class! Still, I find it very useful in way that the writer is explaining and decoding the structures on both the morphological and semantic level so often which enhance and extended my understanding to the mechanism of this language.

After having gone through college and taking Japanese classes there, I went through the Genki series, and if you somehow haven’t heard, the Genki books are by far some of the best, if not the best, learning material for Japanese.