The Easy Learning Japanese course is the perfect language learning course for holidays and business trips abroad.
The accompanying booklet is also available at: collinsdictionary.com/resources.
• Easy to use – learn Japanese quickly and with confidence
• Easy to follow – listen, speak Japanese and learn
• Easy to learn – Japanese grammar made simple
Easy Learning Japanese teaches you key words for the most important situations and lets you expand your language through a variety of activities. You choose whether to focus on learning the essentials or to progress to some more challenging activities – so whether you’re a beginner, or you want to refresh and build upon your existing knowledge, you can become confident in Japanese without even having to pick up a pen.
Download the accompanying booklet from www.collinslanguage.com/easy-learning-audio-courses
Unit 1: Greetings
Unit 2: Attracting attention
Unit 3: Nationalities
Unit 4: Occupations
Unit 5: Asking directions
Unit 6: Going places (1): where?
Unit 7: Going places (2): when?
Unit 8: Going places (3): how?
Unit 9: Food (1): wants
Unit 10: Food (2): likes and dislikes
Unit 11: Ordering drinks
Unit 12: Paying the bill
Language on a need-to-know basis
No textbook necessary
Action-based learning rather than theoretical study
Each unit can be mastered in less than 20 minutes
Flexible learning options throughout - learn just the basics or choose to deepen your knowledge with extra words and practice activities. Those with some prior knowledge of
Japanese can skip directly to the 'further' options.
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