Nihongo Bunpo Enshu is a book for advanced level students who are seeking to improve the use of Japanese language grammar. The main point of this book is that students understand the nuances of different forms and expressions of this language.
The book is divided into 6 different units focused in different aspects, for example the forms "tame ni", "you ni" or "no ni" to express cause in certain situations.
The answer key is attached at the end of the book.
Since this is a book for advanced level students, kanjis do not contain furiganas and the book is entirely written in Japanese. This book can be also useful to teachers.
Description by the publisher
The purpose of the Nihongo Sogo Enshu series is to organize and explain grammar in an easy-to-understand manner and have the learner practice how to use it, thereby ensuring he/she uses advanced-level Japanese appropriately. The learner follows a process of discovering a grammar rule while solving a problem, and then confirming the usage through practice. Finally, the learner does comprehensive practice as a summary of what has been learnt.
In this book, the learner looks deeper into compound-sentence grammatical items that are studied at the beginner level, such as “toki” and “tara,” and learns by comparing similar expressions. The book aims to have the learner understand the different nuances of grammatical items that the learner doesn’t completely know how to use even at the advanced level and then use them appropriately.
This book can be used not only for the grammar study of Japanese learners, but also for organizing the grammar knowledge of Japanese teachers.
This is a revised edition of Nihongo Sogo Enshu Kotogara no Kankei o Arawasu Hyogen – Fukubun, which was originally published in 2004.
There are almost no changes to the items under study, but the explanations and examples have been changed to be more easily understood.