By Yumiko Akeba, Ai Yusura
Do you love BL? Ever desired to examine Japanese?
Then try out this primer for studying the language,
brought to you by way of Otome’s Way’s personal Yusura Ai and accomplished
Japanese instructor Akeba Yumiko because the pair collaborate to carry to existence this fun,
flirty consultant to jap. during this first quantity, scholars could be brought to the fundamentals of jap pronunciation and
writing--including the hiragana and katakana syllabaries--as good as learn how to grasp greetings, self-introductions, and counting.
Includes interactive charts, audio information, and extra! quantity 1 in an on-going series.
-- designated rationalization of the fundamentals of eastern pronunciation
-- Hiragana chart with accompanying audio suggestions to aid scholars grasp the hiragana syllabary
-- Katakana chart with accompanying audio counsel additionally included
-- Stroke-order animation to aid scholars easy methods to write the "あ" to "た" hiragana.
-- rationalization of counting method with audio accompaniment
-- Manga (with accompanying voice recordings) integrated initially and finish of the volume
-- classes to aid scholars grasp greetings and self-introductions
Notes: This book version from Tigris+Libra
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