Making Out In Japanese

[Japanese communication books]

The books in the Making Out series are fun and accessible guides to languages as they’re spoken on the street. These classic phrase books have been updated and expanded for use in informal situations such as bars, parties, or anywhere else one needs to know slang to survive! The books also now feature phrases written in their native script as well as in English, so the book can be shown to the person you are trying to communicate with. With transcriptions revised for easier pronunciation, these helpful books will have you making out in no time!


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Instant Japanese – How to express 1,000 different ideas with just 100 key words and phrases

[Japanese communication books]

The idea of Instant Japanese is simple—learn 100 words and phrases and say 1,000 things. The trick is knowing which 100 words to learn, but the author, De Mente has solved the problem, choosing only those words you’ll hear again and again. Even with a vocabulary this small, you’ll be surprised how quickly and fluently you too can communicate in the Japanese language. Words are repeated in different combinations, building familiarity without effort. A brief guide to pronunciation allows the user to say the phrases correctly and a Japanese dictionary allows for quick reference. Here’s a sample of what you’ll be able to do with this Japanese phrasebook:


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  • Meet people
  • Go shopping
  • Ask directions
  • Ride the subway
  • Order food and drinks
  • And much more…
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Japanese Core Words and Phrases: Things You Can’t Find in a Dictionary

[Japanese communication books]

Some Japanese words and phrases, even though they lie at the core of the language, forever elude the student’s grasp. They are not explained satisfactorily in dictionaries or textbooks for the simple reason that they cannot be conveniently defined. Japanese Core Words and Phrases brings these recalcitrants to bay.


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The Rough Guide Phrasebook Japanese [PDF + Audio]

[Japanese complete Courses]

audioguideThe Rough Guide Japanese Phrasebook is the definitive Phrasebook to help you make the most of your time in Japan. Whether you want to book a hotel room, ask what time the train leaves, or buy a drink from the bar, this Phrasebook has a dictionary of more than 5,000 words and will help you communicate with the locals in no time.

The audio downloads, recorded by native Japanese speakers, can be downloaded to your computer or MP3 player. They allow you to listen to the correct pronunciation of essential dialogues and are ideal for practicing before you go or while you’re there. There’s even a regional pronunciation guide and Rough Guide travel tips section, so wherever you are you can get around and speak the lingo.


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Introduction to Japanese Pronunciation Theory and Practice

[Japanese communication books]

icon-file-type-djvuIntroduction to Japanese Pronunciation Theory and Practice [Djvu + Audio]

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Love, Hate and Everything in Between

[Japanese communication books]

A desire to communicate heart-to-heart with people from another culture is what attracts many people to language study in the first place. But it can take a long time to make friends and feel socially comfortable in a Japanese-speaking context, and there are few textbooks that can help. This volume does just that, by collecting and discussing more than 400 phrases that are useful when talking about personal experience and nuances of feeling.

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Dirty Japanese

[Japanese communication books]

Dirty Japanese – Next time you’re traveling or just chattin’ in Japanese with your friends, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they never teach you in school, including:

•Cool slang
•Funny insults
•Explicit sex terms
•Raw swear words

Dirty Japanese teaches the casual expressions heard every day on the streets of Japan:

What’s up?
Ossu?

How’s it hanging?
Choshi doyo?

I’m smashed.
Beron beron ni nattekita.

I love ginormous tits.
Kyo’nyu daiskui.

Wanna try a threesome?
Yatte miyo ka sanpi?

I gotta take a leak.
Shonben shite.

He’s such an asshole.
Aitsu wa kanji warui kara.

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Nihonjin no shiranai Nihongo (The Japanese the Japanese don’t know) – Part 3

[Japanese communication books]

Absolutely hilarious and educational book. Best seller in Japan. “The Japanese the Japanese Don’t Know Part 3” is a collection of stories about a teacher of Japanese in Japan and her students, what sort of questions they ask, what sort of mistakes they make, etc. There’s also a lot of interesting background on the Japanese language, like where certain words came from and such. For example, masu/desu is now standard Japanese, but it used to be geisha-speak. Men came to the capital, heard geisha speaking that way, and took it home and spread it, thinking it was the way everyone in the capital spoke. There was also a lot about keigo (formal speaking), and how even Japanese people get it wrong a lot. Highly recommended for intermediate/advanced Japanese students. All kanji with furigana reading.


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Nihonjin no shiranai Nihongo (The Japanese the Japanese don’t know) – Part 2

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Absolutely hilarious and educational book. Best seller in Japan. “The Japanese the Japanese Don’t Know Part 2” is a collection of stories about a teacher of Japanese in Japan and her students, what sort of questions they ask, what sort of mistakes they make, etc. There’s also a lot of interesting background on the Japanese language, like where certain words came from and such. For example, masu/desu is now standard Japanese, but it used to be geisha-speak. Men came to the capital, heard geisha speaking that way, and took it home and spread it, thinking it was the way everyone in the capital spoke. There was also a lot about keigo (formal speaking), and how even Japanese people get it wrong a lot. Highly recommended for intermediate/advanced Japanese students. All kanji with furigana reading.


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Nihonjin no shiranai Nihongo (The Japanese the Japanese don’t know) – Part 1

[Japanese communication books]

Absolutely hilarious and educational book. Best seller in Japan. “The Japanese the Japanese Don’t Know” is a collection of stories about a teacher of Japanese in Japan and her students, what sort of questions they ask, what sort of mistakes they make, etc. There’s also a lot of interesting background on the Japanese language, like where certain words came from and such. For example, masu/desu is now standard Japanese, but it used to be geisha-speak. Men came to the capital, heard geisha speaking that way, and took it home and spread it, thinking it was the way everyone in the capital spoke. There was also a lot about keigo (formal speaking), and how even Japanese people get it wrong a lot. Highly recommended for intermediate/advanced Japanese students. All kanji with furigana reading.


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