20 Japanese Short Stories for Travelers and Learners Read Japanese Mystery Stories for Beginners

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20 Japanese Short Stories for Travelers and Learners Read Japanese Mystery Stories for Beginners
Learning Japanese is hard and everyone says so. But not with this book. Whether you're just starting out or are already familiar with the Japanese language, this book will help you with expanding your Japanese vocabulary and improve your reading skills while having fun.
This book is a collection of 20 entertaining and culturally interesting Japanese short stories for beginners and intermediate Japanese learners. The book also includes many unique mystery stories that will stimulate your imagination.
The stories are written in Hiragana, Katakana, and about 250 basic Kanji characters which correspond to the advanced beginner and low intermediate levels. The stories also come with Furigana. The stories are followed by a line-by-line English translation, which will certainly speed up the learning process quite a bit.
This book also includes a reading guide that explains the basics of the language and its characters. You get many practical examples on how to read the characters and you can also use this book as a language learning tool or Japanese textbook to advance with your Japanese skills at your own pace. A book for Japanese-language practice that will improve your reading skills and will entertain yourself.
​​​​​A Special Cooking Course
Nagano Gold
The Ghost Cruise Liner
A World of Silence
The Cherry Blossom Stones
A Japanese in Munich
The Tokyo Fish Market
Buddhism in Japan
Lost in Tokyo
Teaching in Japan
Karaoke Japanese Style
Saving Face
Faux Pas in the restaurant
Just a Couple of Drinks
Humor is if you still laugh
A Special Geisha
A Happy Marriage
Under the Lamp Post
Group Learning
The Legend of Princess Kaguya

GENRE
Travel & Adventure
RELEASED
2020
April 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
12
Pages
PUBLISHER
Christian Stahl
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
5.5
MB

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