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Inside, you will find:
* Clear, authoritative review of basic Japanese
* Essential vocabulary for typical situations in Japanese life
* Basic English-Japanese and Japanese-English glossaries
* Easy-to-use pronunciation guide
If you want top grades and a thorough understanding of Japanese vocabulary, this powerful study tool is the best tutor you can have!
Chapters include: At The Airport
• On The Airplane
• Passport Control And Customs
• At The Train Station
• The Automobile
• Asking For Directions
• At The Hotel
• At The Bank
• At The Post Office
• Making A Telephone Call
• At The Hairdresser
• At The Dry Cleaner
• At The Restaurant
• Shopping For Food
• Buying Clothing And Shoes
• At Home
• At The Hospital
• The Weather
• Time Expressions
• Glossary: Japanese-English
• Glossary: English-Japanese
Shigeru Eguchi (New York, NY) and Orle Yamada (New York, NY) are both lecturers in Japanese language at Columbia University and each holds an MA in Japanese language.