With this fun visual guide, simply follow the illustrated prompts and read the English words out loud. Soon you'll be speaking Japanese! Say hello: "Cone Knee Che Wah"; order cake at a restaurant: "Kay Key"; or ask for a hairdresser or a doctor: "Bee Oh She" or "EE She."
|Publisher:||Smith, Gibbs Publisher|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 5.66(h) x 0.37(d)|
|Age Range:||10 - 16 Years|
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Mike Ellis a web designer who runs the popular website www.slanguage.com. He lives with his family in Philadelphia.
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Cone Knee Chee Wah
Table of Contents
How to Use This Book 5
Greetings and Responses 6
Money and Shopping 10
Entertainment and Sports 15
People, Relatives, and Friends 21
Pronouns, Conjunctions, and Prepositions 45
Office and Professions 54
Health and Medicine 59
Politics and Law Enforcement 66
Numbers, Days, and Time 72
City and Travel 80
Food and Restaurants 89
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Don't waste you're money as you may not be able to view it or get a refund. Reminds me why I love real books... At least I would be able to read it.
I don't know. But i want to read it anyway.
Excuse me, but how exactly is the book unreadable. Is it in Japanese?
The example on the cover is konbanwa, a word which a) means "good evening" and b) is pronounced CONE bahn wah rather than cone BUN wa. Sheesh.