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Write a review Shelves: japanese-language-learning I received this book used from a friend, who thought he could give himself a crash course in Japanese and be a semi-fluent tourist in less than a couple months. I received this book used from a friend, who thought he could give himself a crash course in Japanese and be a semi-fluent tourist in less than a couple months. A beginner would hit a wall immediately, when the book suggests they master the hiragana and katakana writing systems before beginning even learning "konnichiwa". If the reader were to proceed anyway, they would get hit with large amounts of vocabulary in each lesson, without yet having the grammar or expressions with which to use it. So, maybe rote memorization is expected here.

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Write a review Shelves: japanese-language-learning I received this book used from a friend, who thought he could give himself a crash course in Japanese and be a semi-fluent tourist in less than a couple months. I received this book used from a friend, who thought he could give himself a crash course in Japanese and be a semi-fluent tourist in less than a couple months. A beginner would hit a wall immediately, when the book suggests they master the hiragana and katakana writing systems before beginning even learning "konnichiwa".

If the reader were to proceed anyway, they would get hit with large amounts of vocabulary in each lesson, without yet having the grammar or expressions with which to use it.

So, maybe rote memorization is expected here. Maybe it would have, except for the next problem: the kanji. The manga a mix of obscure material apparently licensed from a single publisher that agreed to be featured begins immediately with kanji characters that would require at least high-school literacy.

The poor reader has only just learned "numbers" one through ten, hundreds, etc. Realizing that this is useless as a starting point, each such example includes first a romaji transcription, and then a "literal" or rough translation into English that the author uses as an intermediary between the original text and a full English translation. I wish he had just left those parts in Japanese. These might as well have been examples from toaster instruction manuals, or ads found on the walls of the Tokyo subway system.

I am not a complete beginner, and so I was at least able to get through the book without having to stop and do exercises.

Without a workbook or something to practice on, the lessons in Japanese in Mangaland would be quickly forgotten. Most of the grammar required to understand a simple sentence of manga dialogue would require basically finishing half the book. This is an inherent problem with trying to learn a language in real-world source material before you have a grounding in it.

For an intermediate language learner, a book like this could be a fantastic learning tool. With understanding of enough grammar, maybe manga panels could be selected to illustrate individual finer points or issues of nuance in translation. So, while in concept this book might have worked, in the end it ultimately is just a mediocre textbook with some drawings in it.

It has some usefulness in learning some informal forms of speech alongside classroom ones — including swear words! Japanese in the clasroom is different enough from Japanese in entertainment media that a book like this has merit in theory. And as a final complaint, despite this being a Second Edition, there are small mistakes throughout the book. In its defense, this is an English translation edition of the Spanish original. The errors might be in localization.

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Japonés en viñetas. Curso básico de japonés a través del manga.

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