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Basic Japanese for Expats: A Practical Course in Business Japanese [Book 2]

Basic Japanese for Expats: A Practical Course in Business Japanese [Book 2]

まるごとビジネス日本語初級[Book 2]

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Author: Otemachi Language Group
Date Published: 2011/06/05
Audio: Available
Genre: Business
Level: Elementary

Basic Japanese for Expats is a three-volume course in beginning-level Japanese that is designed for English-speaking business people who have limited amounts of time for study.

Using a syllabus focused on the functions of sentence patterns, this course helps learners efficiently acquire stronger communication skills through task-centered drills. Japanese text is mostly romanized, and grammar commentary is provided in English. The 30 lessons spanning three volumes cover many areas of beginning Japanese.

Materials in the series

Contents of Book 2

Lesson 11:  Asking/Telling What Someone Is Doing Now
Lesson 12:  Giving/Receiving Gifts and Reciprocating
Lesson 13:  Giving/Receiving a Favor; Asking Someone to Do Something
Lesson 14:  Communicating on the Internet
Lesson 15:  Making a Telephone Call
Lesson 16:  Preparing for a Trip
Lesson 17:  Socializing
Lesson 18:  Seeing a Doctor
Lesson 19:  Delay Due to an Accident or Dangerous Weather
Lesson 20:  Ceremonial Occasions

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