ISBN: 1951949110
EAN13: 9781951949112
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 8, 2020
Pages: 274
Dimensions: 0.62" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Format: Paperback

2000 Most Common Japanese Words in Context: Get Fluent & Increase Your Japanese Vocabulary with 2000 Japanese Phrases

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   The Best I've Come Across for Vocabulary Acquisition.
These are the most authentic sentences I have ever encountered. These example sentences are leaps and bounds beyond the contrived and quirky sentences you' ll find in dictionaries and Japanese language texts, because they' ve obviously done their research. This is a photo of my sister. The package will be delivered tomorrow. I got a book that didn't have the furigana over the Japanese language. The missing furigana in the e- book makes sense since you don't need this book if you already know about 3000 kanji. If you are a beginner, don't buy this book. If you don't already have a 500 word vocabulary in Japanese, this will be difficult. I think that my Japanese ability is perfect for lower- intermediate and above.
   Looking to improve your Japanese reading fluency?
If you' re learning to read Japanese, this book is an excellent resource. It uses the most common Japanese words in order of their usage, which is a great way to show them to learners. The book improved my ability to speak. I recommend this for people who already know the kana but are trying to improve their reading skills.
   So much more than just 2000 common words
The book gives 2000 most common words in Japanese and gives them context. This book offers more than meets the eye. As your eyes adapt to the unique characteristics of the characters, you can begin to read the language more quickly and easier. The simplicity of the books in the Lingo Mastery series is what I like most. There is no back story on the history of the language in their books which makes it easy to come back to nature. You don't feel left out. Simple is the best way to start a language.
   Great for vocabulary and reading practice.
I like it a lot. All words are given in the context of a full sentence and presented in order of frequency. I like the fact that it is written in native Japanese and has furigana to help read it. A natural sounding English equivalent has been given. The purpose of the book is not to provide explanations for things that aren't fact. The book is not for beginners but for those who know how to read hiragana and katakana. I think it is a great place to learn new vocabulary, as well as practice reading and writing skills, through reading input and examples. It can be used as a stand- alone resource or as part of a textbook.
   Helpful Reference for Common Words
There is a book for this in Japanese and I love it. It's nice to have examples of those words in the context of sentences, and listed by how common they are. This kind of book is a great way to get acquainted with the high Frequency words outside of a textbook. If you' re an independent learner like me, you would appreciate this kind of book as a supplement to your studies. I like to have an overview on the most frequent words in a language, so I know what vocabulary to learn first and make sure I'm learning while I'm studying. The sooner I learn those words, the easier it will be for me to read more native materials and learn from context. I' ve seen this kind of book for other languages and it's been very useful, and I was happy when one got made for Japanese. Thank you for that!
   Incorrect Japanese. Most of the example sentences are not complete
The edition of the book is terrible. I wouldn't get it for free. It has a lot of words that are missing. Sometimes the subject is missing, sometimes the object is missing and sometimes the verbs are missing. If you are just starting to learn Japanese, this book can ruin you. One thing to be useless and another to teach correctly.
   a decent quick reference
This book is not a substitute for a good book or a good dictionary. If you' re an independent learner, this book is a good place to start learning vocabulary. For the simple reason that those are the words you' re likely to encounter most often, learning the most commonly used words early on will give you a big return on your time investment.