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Minna no Nihongo Shokyu I Dai 2-Han Honsatsu Kanji-Kana (Book & CD)

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I’m sure there’s plenty of stuff that I’ll get less practice on in the textbook, but I’m eventually going to read other books besides that one. I kind of wished there was some more workbooks for listening that didn't fall into the "practise for the JLPT Listening section".

Requiere un esfuerzo extra el hecho de que no lleve nada en inglés o español, pero si yo he podido sola, cualquiera se lo puede sacar.

The series also features both an app and online resources for self-studying so that's another big plus here. Generally speaking, most people who use textbooks in a classroom can expect to finish the series within one year. Now the series has been reborn in this second edition, with the vocabulary and conversational settings being revised (words that have gone out of usage have been replaced with new expressions frequently in use, and conversational settings have also been updated), and a CD of the dialogues and exercises included with the book. Compré la versión económica y venía con un CD (que no he usado ni usaré), ya que prefiero la lectura. I don’t really mind the book using the ます form, but I’m also reading it in conjunction with watching Japanese Ammo with Misa’s absolute beginners playlist, which has given me a basic understanding of how Japanese sentence structure and verbs and such work.

And still nowadays It’s really hard, considering my teacher is not very good, so I would definitely recommend genki over this book. The sheets being detachable and also having file punch holes, they can be detached from the book for separate study and then kept in a file. The Minna no Nihongo series is a set of Japanese language textbooks created by the Japanese Language Association.Alles nur, damit wir vorbereitet sind :’D Jedoch ist es für Anfänger wirklich nicht gut geeignet, da muss ich dir Recht geben.

It was a while ago, so I don’t remember well, but the levels felt quite similar, both MNN and Genki teach about the same basic grammar.dicentra8 Orange Belt Posts: 117 Joined: Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:07 pm Location: Portugal Languages: Portuguese (N), Japanese (JLPT N3), Finnish (beginner), French (beginner) Language Log: https://forum. Someone mentioned longer terms plans to study there, I didn’t wrote it in the original post but I plan on moving to Japan for studies once I would be confident in my skills, and feel like I could be able to live my daily life there without major speaking problems, I really don’t want to be stuck in a foreign country having times where I would struggle to comprehend someone or be understood by others in a daily situation, that’s why I thought of doing this once I would have passed the JLPT N3, still a fairly long way to go but I don’t want to rush it and one of my acquaintances who worked in Japan for some time told me N3 should be sufficient for those daily situations I’m referring to.

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