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[new] Japanese Grammar Language Study Card

Essential Grammar for the JLPT and AP Exams

Japanese Grammar Language Study Card

Author Emiko Konomi
Price JPY 869
ISBN 978-4-8053-1610-8
Format 216×291mm 6pages Chart Card
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A handy cheat sheet of key Japanese grammar in a at-a-glance, easy-to-carry format!

The Japanese Grammar Language Study Card is the perfect resource for reviewing the main grammar that frequently appears in the N5 or N4 Level Japanese Language Proficiency Exam or the AP Exam. The compact, portable format is invaluable for anyone wanting to quickly review or expand their knowledge of everyday Japanese sentence and verb forms. This study card includes:
Overview of basic sentence structure
Key verb forms including plain and polite forms
How to use sentence particles correctly
How to make questions
How to use pronouns

The grammar points are clearly organized into color-coded sections. Each section has a concise explanation in English followed by examples given in Japanese script and romanized Japanese with English translation. Free online audio recordings by native speakers provide clear and accurate pronunciations for all the Japanese words and sentences, and Hiragana and Katakana alphabet charts are also included!

Designed for convenience, this study card is:
Laminated: to hold up over time and avoid being ruined by coffee spills
3 hole punched: giving the option to put it in a binder
8.5x11 inches: to easily fit into a folder or notebook alongside other study materials

About the Author:
Emiko Konomi received her PhD in Linguistics from Cornell and taught all levels of Japanese for many years, at Portland State University including business Japanese. She has extensive experience training instructors at Japanese teacher-training programs in the US. Her dedication to teaching earned her the 2011 and 2015 John Eliot Allen Outstanding Teaching Award. Her academic research focuses on Japanese linguistics and pedagogy. She is the author of Reading and Writing Hiragana and Reading and Writing Katakana.

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