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Everyday Japanese : Language - Japanese - Edward Schwarz

Everyday Japanese

Language - Japanese

Paperback Published: 11th January 1985
ISBN: 9780844285009
Number Of Pages: 208

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Beginners will find that this complete Japanese language and culture program offers insights into subtle nuances of Japanese as it is used in casual conversations or successful business discussions.

PrefaceAcknowledgmentsThe arrangementsSynbols Used in this BookJapanese PronuciationPART ONE: GETTING AROUND IN JAPAN 1. General Conversation and Introductions 2. Taking a Taxi 3. Buying a Ticket at the Station 4. Taking a Train 5. Checking In and Out 6. In a Japanese Style Room 7. At the Restaurant 8. Eating and Drinking Japanese Style 9. At the Post Office 10.At the Bank 11.Making Appointments 12. Sovenirs 13. Shops and Shopping 14. Entertainment 15. At the Doctor's 16. At the DrugstorePART TWO: ONLY IN JAPAN17. Tea Ceremony and Flower Arraangement18. Music and Dance19. Theatrical Arts20. Calligraphy and other Arts21. Sum?; The National Sport of Japan22. Japanese Martial Arts23. Shrines and Shint?24. Temples and Buddhism25. Japanese Martial Arts26. Shrines and Shint?27. Temples and Buddhism28. Japanese Games29. In a Japanese HousePART THREE: LIVING IN JAPAN30. At the Immigration Office31. Buying or Renting a House of an Apartment32. Household Items and Repairs33. Automobiles and Repairs34. Gestures and CountingIndex: Japanese EnglishSubject Index

ISBN: 9780844285009
ISBN-10: 0844285005
Series: Language - Japanese
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 11th January 1985
Publisher: NTC Publishing Group,U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.5 x 12.9  x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 1

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