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This Japanese language book contains 61 short lessons grouped into 14 chapters—each of which presents a wide variety of activities and exercises and yet is designed to be covered in a single session. This "daily multivitamin" approach to learning Japanese makes it easy to track your progress and to review later! An audio CD comes free with the book, providing native speaker recordings giving correct pronunciations for the dialogs and vocabulary in each lesson. Contemporary Japanese is a…

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Kids Valentine book: A lovely Day (Bilingual English Japanese) Picture book: Children's Japanese book. English Japanese children's picture book ... for children) (Volume 14) (Japanese Edition) | Author: Sujatha Lalgudi | Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform | Publication Date: February 11, 2015 | Number of Pages: 24 pages | Language: Japanese | Binding: Paperback | ISBN-10: 1508444668 | ISBN-13: 9781508444664

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Three Japanese Buddhist Monks (Penguin Great Ideas) | Author: Saigyo|Various|Kamo No Chomei|Yoshida Kenko | Publisher: Penguin Books | Publication Date: Jun 08, 2021 | Number of Pages: 112 pages | Language: English | Binding: Paperback | ISBN-10: 0241472911 | ISBN-13: 9780241472910

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An excellent way to learn Japanese, A Japanese Reader is designed for the foreign student of the the Japanese who is interested in attaining and developing proficiency in reading Japanese, the style of which is in current use in books, magazines, and newspapers in Japan. It also includes authentic excerpts from works by 20th–century Japanese masters Mishima, Akutagawa, Kawabata, and others.

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