What is GENKI?
GENKI is an integrated textbook series widely adopted by many elementary Japanese courses at colleges and high schools in Japan, U.S., and other countries. The series' well-balanced approach develops the four basic languageskills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing to cultivate overall language ability.
-Encouraging students to study through practical learning material
-Many enjoyable practice exercises
-Understandable grammar explanations written in English
-Teachers can offer comprehensive instruction easily
-The GENKI website is also available
384 pages with MP3(CD-ROM) 257x182x25 mm
GENKI Second Edition
Each lesson in the revised edition features a new section dubbed “Culture Notes,” which provides information in English on a wide variety of topics pertaining to Japanese culture and everyday life in Japan. The audio material of the GENKI CDs (previously sold separately from the textbooks) is re-edited and re-recorded in MP3 format on CDs that will be bundled with the revised textbooks. GENKI was reviewed for vocabulary and expressions that have lost some of their currency since the time of publication, so that they can be replaced with alternatives that are more relevant to today’s Japan.
Note on the accompanying disk
The disk that comes with this book contains digital audio files in MP3 format. The files can be played on computers or digital audio players, but not on CD players.
In September 2011
Textbook II with MP3(CD-ROM)
Workbook II with MP3(CD-ROM)
GENKI Picture Cards on CD-ROM II