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Intermediate Japanese is the sequel to Beginning Japanese. Both books have been designed by teachers with a vast experience in teaching A-level students, which is why the books are appropriate for young students. The two books tell the intriguing story of a teenage girl who goes on an exchange trip to Japan. The underlying idea of the authors is to motivate young students with a storytelling focus, using a story they can easily identify with.
Both Beginning Japanese and Intermediate Japanese are suitable for self-study. This is why a page with additional resources and a CD-ROM with extra content have been created.
Intermediate Japanese is a hardcover book with a very appealing design.
Main features of the method:
- An intriguing story (including a passage on time travel).
- The kanjis are being taught from the beginning and in context.
The CD-ROM includes:
- Recordings with native speakers of Japanese
- Dialogue information
- Pronunciation guide
- List of new words
Additional resources on the web:
- Games and activities
- Additional information and updates
- A book for hiragana and katakana practice
- Kanji practice sheets
- Kanji and kana cards