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Learn Japanese Through Action

By lee.2951 - Posted on 14 April 2009 - Update on 11 March 2010

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Author: Yoko Shioiri-Clark
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing (1998)
Binding: Paperback, 320 pages
This text consists of a short introductory section and twelve subsequent Story sections. The introductory section presents the most basic vocabulary and expressions, includ- ing greetings, names of household items, and words describ- ing one's occupation, hobbies, and physical characteristics. Hiragana, with descriptive pictures for mnemonic purposes, is presented at this stage. The following eleven stories center around Tom, an American college student who travels to Kyoto. The final story, The Flower Blooming Old Man, is a traditional children's tale.