Finally, a fun and easy way to learn REAL conversational Japanese!
Learn how to ask and give directions in Japanese by following along with these dialogues. All dialogues are explained in the ebook and you can download free MP3s to hear the conversations.
We are including at no extra charge, MP3s for the seven dialogues found in this ebook. Create play-lists to study on the go or burn the sound files to a CD to listen at home. The download link is found on the last page.
We have been involved with helping people learn (and teach) Japanese for over ten years now through our TheJapanesePage.com (free) website and TheJapanShop.com webstore. We believe the best way to learn vocabulary--by far--is to study words within their proper context. The dialogues found in this ebook are all about context and how Japanese is actually used while asking and receiving directions. The MP3s are all recorded by native voice actors and actresses.
The ebook itself contains the dialogue with the English translation, but it also adds cultural or grammatical notes to help you understand the dialogue in context.
While you do not have to know hiragana before using this ebook (romaji is provided), we highly recommend it. Every kanji here has furigana (small hiragana) over it to aid reading. However, if you do not yet know hiragana, please check out our Hiragana, the Basics of Japanese ebook
Please download the sound files (link found on the last page). We hope this ebook by itself will be helpful, but the sound files--in our opinion--give it most of its value.
Contents: Introduction Dialogue 1: Where is the (train) station? Dialogue 2: How do I get to the library from here? Dialogue 3: Looking for Kasuga's House Dialogue 4: Looking for the District Office Dialogue 5: Looking for the American Consulate Dialogue 6: Looking for the American Consulate Part II Dialogue 7: Looking for a Convenience Store FREE MP3s