All ABout Particles http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
All About Particles covers 69 particles, the most common ones along with the less frequent. The particles are shown to have some 200 usages-sufficient to keep most students hard at work for a good many years. The book can be approached as a textbook and studied religiously from beginning to end. All About Particles shines: light enough to carry around, slim enough to fit into the corner of a shoulder bag, concise enough to take one quickly to the crux of the matter, it combines the best of several worlds and is priced to be affordable.
Barron’s Grammar Series http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
A concise summary of Japanese grammar is presented for beginning students of the language. Topics include parts of speech, sentence structure, idioms, and pronunciation advice. All Japanese words are presented phonetically. Important points of grammar or vocabulary, as well as subject heads, are printed in a second color as a quick-reference aid for students. New to this edition is a Japanese-English vocabulary list.
Dictionary of Particles http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
Covering over 100 particles in alphabetical order, the dictionary explains the meanings of each (most have more than one) and gives sample sentences for each meaning. Illustrations are provided where necessary for clarification. There are also exercises at the back of the book for those who wish to test their knowledge of particle usage. Appendices and endpaper charts are provided for easy access.
Easy Japanese http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
Beginning with pronunciation and including kanji formation, this easy-to-use text covers the basics of Japanese. Explanations of grammar and other language concepts are discussed in English, and include examples. Kana and kanji are introduced halfway through the book.
Easy Japanese http://www.amazon.co......07846&st=*|
Amazon.com: Books: Easy Japanese by James K. Seward
Grammar in Use http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155|
Amazon.com: Grammar in Use Japanese Edition : Self-study Reference and Practice for Students of English (Grammar in Use): Books: Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer,Izumi Walker by Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer,Izumi Walker
Grammar in Use http://www.amazon.co......052162598X|
Amazon.co.jp?F Grammar in Use Intermediate With Answers: Self-Study Reference and Practice for Students of English (Grammar in Use): ?m??: Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer by Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer
Grammar Reference http://www.amazon.co......58-9522450|
Amazon.com: Books: A Reference Grammar of Japanese by Samuel E. Martin
High School Level Grammar http://members.ozema......y/wakatta/|
A coursebook, two workbooks and a set
of seven audio tapes for high school students of Japanese continuing
their study of Japanese
Immediate Conversation http://www.amazon.co......n%3d283155|
The beginning student, tourist, traveler, businessperson-everyone interested in the Japanese language as it is spoken today-will find this book to be an invaluable learning aid. Thirty easy-to-follow lessons present the most common features of the language in short, simple and immediately useful sentences. Practice exercises, accompanied by a Japanese-English dictionary, enable the user to apply grammar and vocabulary, and emphasize colloquial Japanese conversation.
Japanese for Busy People http://search.barnes......8827&itm=2|
In the ten years since its publication, Japanese for Busy People has won acceptance worldwide as an effective, easy-to-understand textbook, either for classroom use or for independent study.
Japanese for Dummies http://search.barnes......4298&itm=3|
Whether you're a student, a traveler, or you just want to pick up basic Japanese, this unintimidating guide will help you start speaking the language in no time.
Japanese for Young People 2 http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
Amazon.com: Japanese for Young People II (Japanese for Young People): Books: Association for Japanese-Language Teaching by Association for Japanese-Language Teaching
Japanese Grammar http://search.barnes......0611&itm=1|
A concise summary of Japanese grammar is presented for beginning students of the language. Topics include parts of speech, sentence structure, idioms, and pronunciation advice.
Japanese Made Easy http://www.amazon.co......n%3d283155|
A good adn thorough look at Japanese in a simplistic manner.
Japanese on-line http://www.hesjapanese.com|
Do you love Japanese culture?
Just break down the language barrier.Japanese isnâ€™t so hard after all, see it for yourself!
Iâ€™m inviting you to study, Maiko
Jimi's Book of Japanese http://www.amazon.co......81-1666543|
Online shopping for millions of new and used books on thousands of topics at everyday low prices.
Learn in Your Car http://www.amazon.co......lanettokyo|
Learn Japanese quick and easy using audio and text books, though one should read while one is driving.
Learning Gap http://www.amazon.co......81-1666543|
Stevenson (psychology, Univ. of Michigan) and Stigler (psychology, Univ. of California, Los Angeles) offer a comparison between American (Chicago, Minneapolis) and Asian (Taiwan, China, Japan) elementary schools.
Learning Japanese Blog http://www.ideogramme.ca/japan/|
A wonderfully clever blog about learning Japanese. As grammar is learned the author explains why it was confusing and how it was resolved. Much better than the standard textbook style method.