Master Intermediate Japanese

  • by David Michaels, Ryoko Yasuno
  • Narrated by David Michaels, Ryoko Yasuno
  • 3 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ready to start understanding real Japanese articles?
Understanding real Japanese material is incredibly satisfying, but it's also very difficult to find anything that is accessible to intermediate learners. This book is the perfect stepping stone from textbooks (or children's books) to real Japanese articles aimed at native speakers. The book, which contains 15 interesting articles (all written by a native Japanese speaker), helps guide the listener through any unknown grammar and vocabulary with translations and in-depth explanations. Essentially you will learn naturally, while having fun.
Whether you are already an intermediate learner or are trying to break through to this level, this book is perfect for you. You will learn hundreds of new vocabulary and grammar points and gain the confidence and skill that come from understanding real articles.
Take the next step and master intermediate Japanese with this engaging, interesting, and useful collection.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

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You must get the free PDF to help with this!

Firstly - get the free PDF on the website which is talked about at the start of the audio book. It really helped me with the pronunciation of the kanji - and it helped my reading skills too.

My level is quite basic. I know katakana and hirigana (essential) and a few kanji. I love on the PDF that all the kanji furigana are there and they are just the right level for me to be able to read along.

The book gives you a group of three articles. It then reads the vocabulary and then finally gives the three readings again at the end. I wasn't sure about this format at first - but actually, I love it. It lets you learn something and then practice again. Combined with the PDF I really felt like I was learning and understanding loads of new words in the articles.

There are about 3 hours of recordings which is great - but for my level I'm finding that I can play these back several times to really get to grips with all the vocab, grammar and kanji. This means that I've got hours of learning for one credit.

The Japanese sections use a really clear voice. This is really useful for vocab pronunciation and getting fluency in the articles.

I'm really not a fan of boring textbooks for language learning. This really fits a gap for those who have learnt some basics and want to move on.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-08-2017
  • Publisher: Isaac Perrotta Hays