Japanese Kanji and Kana Workbook: A Self-Study Workbook for Learning Japanese Characters (Ideal for Jlpt and AP Exam Prep)
DescriptionJapanese Kanji and Kana Workbook offers a systematic approach to learning Japanese characters. It is designed to be used with the best-selling Japanese Kanji & Kana: A Guide to the Japanese Writing System. Presenting all 92 Hiragana and Katakana and 617 high-frequency Kanji characters, this character workbook teaches you how to write the Kanji and Kana neatly and correctly. Included for each character are the Japanese and Chinese readings, stroke order writing guides, English meanings, vocabulary, radicals, and ample space for writing practice. This valuable Japanese language book also includes an introduction explaining how to begin learning the Japanese writing system and two Kanji indexes--one by radicals, the other by readings. The 617 kanji characters provided cover all Kanji required to take the AP Japanese Language and Culture Exam and the JLPT levels N5, N4, and N3.
December 12, 2017
7.4 X 0.8 X 9.9 inches | 1.5 pounds
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About the Author
Wolfgang Hadamitzky is a freelance author of Japanese language learning materials. He has worked as a librarian on the staff of the East Asia Department of the Berlin State Library and of the German Cultural Institute (Goethe-Institute) in Tokyo. Mark Spahn has a background in mathematics, engineering, and computer science and has worked in Japan as a teacher, computer magazine writer, programmer, and translator. He is currently a technical translator and consultant. Hadamitzky and Spahn are the authors of numerous language learning and reference books including The Learner's Japanese Kanji Dictionary, The Kanji Dictionary, and A Guide to Writing Kanji & Kana Books 1 and 2, all of which are available from Tuttle Publishing.
"Overall, this book can actually teach you a good deal of Japanese in three months ... it could come in handy if you're the type of student who simply wants to learn Japanese grammar in a short period of time." -- Language Trainers