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by H. D. B. Clarke,Motoko Hamamura


Hugh Clarke is a Professor of Japanese Studies at the University of Sydney, Australia Motoko Hamamura is at the University of. .So it is at least in the top 3 courses for those who feel learning to read japanese is a high priority. My only real gripe is the CD is sold separatly

Hugh Clarke is a Professor of Japanese Studies at the University of Sydney, Australia Motoko Hamamura is at the University of Sydney, Australia. Series: Colloquial Series. My only real gripe is the CD is sold separatly.

Clarke, Motoko Hamamura. The aim of this book is to get you speaking practical Japanese in the shortest amount of time possible without neglecting the script. It focuses on teaching you to communicate well, will teach you to read katakana and hiragana, and will explain around 250 Kanji characters. If you need to learn practical Japanese very quickly, say for a business visit or holiday, this is an ideal book to use. Good reasons to use this book, in my opinion: the book is very easy to work with. the grammar is clearly explained

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Since this book is specially designed for independent learners rather than classrooms, the book does not come with any speaking activities

Hugh Clarke and Motoko Hamamura May 2001.

Hugh Clarke and Motoko Hamamura May 2001.

Colloquial Japanese provides a step-by-step course in Japanese as it is.I started to learn Japanese using the Clarke's and Hamamura's colloquial book.

Colloquial Japanese provides a step-by-step course in Japanese as it is written and spoken today.

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Colloquial Japanese is an essential guide to learning Japanese! Specially written by experienced teachers for self-study or class use, the course offers you a step-by-step approach to written and spoken Japanese. No prior knowledge of the language is required. What makes Colloquial Japanese your best choice in personal language learning? * interactive - lots of dialogues and exercises for regular practice * clear - concise grammar notes * practical - useful vocabulary and pronunciation guide * complete - including answer key and special reference section By the end of this rewarding course you will be able to communicate confidently and effectively in a broad range of situations.
Faezahn
Great product and service.
ZloyGenii
*i have bought teachyourself, barrons and pimsleur but if you want to teach your self how to read japanese, this is on que with teachyourself-maybe better. if i may offer some advice to any would-be language enthusiast, pimsleur is just spoken word(no booklet)so i recommend it for getting 'the bare bones'-so to speak-of how the language sounds and its basic structure. listen to it when you go to sleep, over and over and you will soon develop a very basic understanding of japanese. teachyourself is also good but it has way too much romanji so you cannot learn how to read japanese(i'm talking about the regular course,i haven't tried the "complete japanese" course), but for a fast basic course that will take you beyond pimsleur. besides it is better having a booklet right there for easy access rather than going through the separate DVD lessons hopelessly trying to find what you want to review. barrons is VERY good for the word order and colloquial is best for learning all three. why? because it has the dialogs written in japanese, then in ramonji, then in english so you can figure out what one syllabary sounds like and what sequence of syllabaries mean what word in english. it also covers hiragana, katakana, and kanji so your set for all three. READ!!!--> the one drawback is that the booklet and the dvd usually come separate so be careful and read the full title of what your buying so you dont have to wait and pay for separate shipping and handling for the DVD and the booklet.oh and good luck and study hard.
Gardataur
Great book, with grammar well explained. Prompt delivery! Thanks!
Cordalas
This book isn't bad. It is useful if you stick with it but there are so many other resources out there. You can get better study guides from free websites.
Golkree
I was impressed by this book. It manages to cover a pretty extensive bit of turf, and does it painlessly. The choice of vocabulary was good (separate concentration on honorific expressions in every lesson), the orthography used was comprehensive enough to show the tonal variations without being too despairingly technical, and the dialogues seemed to me to provide enough material to get the beginner started without killing his or her interest.
The one drawback, not from my point of view but from the beginner's, was the almost total absence of information on the writing system - just some cursory information on kana. Well, after all, the title of the book is "Colloquial Japanese", isn't it? I am a great believer in the theory that it's too much work to simultaneously start the beginner on writing and speaking Japanese, but I realize that many students would not agree with me. In any case, I'd recommend this book, along with its tapes, to the beginner.
Wafi
As opposed to another reveiw I'm past the 5th chapter and I've yet to find more than one instance where the vocabluary wasn't comprehensive. Then the word was still available in the glossery in back. In the forward the author does say that in later chapters they will deliberatly not include a comprehensive vocabulary because part of learning the language is learning to utilize the appropriate reference materials. But I haven't reached that point yet. Though, even then, the glossary in the back is comprehensive.

There are however a number of typos throughout. Most are rather obvious because they are nearly all in the vocabulary sections where romaji and kana are in parallel text. Thus, the romaji will nearly always be correct and kana characters will either be missing or misplaced. I'm sticking with a 5 though because I find these typos obvious and they didn't confuse me.

The rest of the book is great. I've found each chapter leads into the next very well with comprhensibile explanations and each section just the right size. Kana and Kanji are introduced from the beginning slowly and reinforced each chapter.

Unfortunatly, it makes everything so comprehensible that many will press on before fully learning each chapter. So I recomend going back to the beginning and reviewing everything at least once every other day until the book is complete. I'm doing this and every time I see some detail I missed all the other times. So it may feel tedious but it does pay off. Also, It's a good idea to keep each study period under 30 minutes so you don't burn out. Review, review, review.

My favorite feature about this book is it is not a "japanese for business" book. If your interest in learning japanese is more for leisure purposes then this is a really good self study course. It is also one of the very few courses that teaches Kanji from day one. So it is at least in the top 3 courses for those who feel learning to read japanese is a high priority.

My only real gripe is the CD is sold separatly. It isn't in any of the bookstores I go to, so I must order it.
Colloquial Japanese: The Complete Course for Beginners (Colloquial Series) ebook
Author:
H. D. B. Clarke,Motoko Hamamura
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Routledge; 1 edition (April 15, 1981)
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352 pages
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