This is a book dedicated to answering the question of how to speak Japanese fluently by extensively reading and listening to native Japanese language materials like anime and manga If you are looking for a Japanese language textbook that teaches Japanese grammar, vocabulary, and kanji, you will not find it here But if you are struggling with the question of how to learn Japanese or if you have trouble remembering the Japanese language that you have learned, why not try something new and different Half of the people who see the title to this book might be thinking, Learn Japanese by watching anime What a load of crap Such a thing certainly sounds like a crazy pipe dream that a great number of anime fans share And if you watch anime with English subtitles like most people, Japanese fluency will remain merely a dream You will not learn Japanese outside a small handful of basic words If you turned off the English subtitles, however, you would be taking your first steps towards a successful Japanese language learning program Of course, this is not the only step either The following steps contained within this book describe a fascinating process of how anyone can learn Japanese to fluency through the material he or she watches and reads for fun.Inside of this book is a system that allows you to learn and never forget thousands of new Japanese vocabulary words, phrases, grammar points, and kanji that you encounter from any Japanese language source of your choice This includes anime, manga, dramas, movies, videos, music, video games, visual novels, and anything else that comes from Japan.Use this book to help you learn Japanese language from Dragon Ball, Sword Art Online, Naruto, One Piece, Fairy Tail, One Punch Man, Death Note, Bleach, Attack on Titan, and any other content from Japan...
|Title||:||Fluent Japanese From Anime and Manga: How to Learn Japanese Vocabulary, Grammar, and Kanji the Easy and Fun Way (English Edition)|
|Format Type||:||Other Book|
|Number of Pages||:||188 Pages|
|File Size||:||860 KB|
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Fluent Japanese From Anime and Manga: How to Learn Japanese Vocabulary, Grammar, and Kanji the Easy and Fun Way (English Edition) Reviews
Don't let yorself mislead by the title of the book. You can use every material that is out there (movies, radio shows, music, newspapers and so on) without the need to watch animes or read mangas.As a native german speaker I found these advices very helpful (even for improving my english-skills).The author mentioned many language learning resources or tools (that are all up to date) e.g. jisho dot org, Heisig, kanji.koohi, Anki. Thats a big plus for me.Since I have read many other language learning books before, this one was the most promising for me. (Mostly german ones e.g. Birkenbihl).I'll test these advices in the next few months, and will give a second review how it has worked out for me.Tschüss!
The book contains some good general study tips, and several specific tips for studying in the age of computers. Unfortunately, many of the computer-related items are not clearly presented. Someone already familiar with the recommended tools can likely work out the author's intent, but I suspect newcomers will be mightily confused. This problem is compounded by poor English grammar and occasional sentence fragments which left me crying aloud for a copy-editor!If properly polished, this short work would be well worth 99 cents. Its current price of $2.99 is far too high.
Short read, explaining how to make the most of immersive learning techniques. While this book was written with a focus on Japanese, the same methods could be applied to any other language.Also, if you're looking for an "easy" way to become fluent in a language, the bad news is that Eric isn't selling that. You'll still need to put in the time and work, but his method promises to make the most effective use of that time and work.
Basically tells you to learn as if Japanese is your first language not a a second or third which is my case. I would suggest investing in the lesson series type books with audio that corresponds instead.
This book won't give you grammar points or vocabulary, but it does give something just as important, a method for digesting those things that the average person won't find so boring they just wish for study time to end
I found the title very misleading. There’s no anime in the book at all - it just tells you how to use a program called Anki to make Flashcards - which I already knew about and used for years.