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Speedy Japanese: To Get You There & Back (Speedy Language Series)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Speedy Japanese: To Get You There & Back (Speedy Language Series).pdf | Language: English

Speedy Japanese is a handy pocket-size language reference for travelers and students. A unique index system gives fingertip access to all the phrases needed To Get You There & Back. Comes with a clear vinyl cover.
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  • PDF | 24 pages
  • Baja Books; 1 edition (September 25, 2007)
  • English
  • 8
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  • By Brian A. Schar on May 7, 2014

    Mine bears a copyright date of 1979, and therein lies the rub. This is a helpful little flip book with sturdy but not overly-thick pages, with a form factor that will allow you to carry it in your pocket. It has some useful phrases and words. However, it also includes a number of anachronisms (such as "will you take a travelers check?"), weird settings ("At the Beauty Shop"), and the bane of all language books, useless phrases such as "It is very windy!" Inclusion of some more modern phrases would be useful - "is there Wi-Fi here?" would be a good start. However, it's still a good, useful reference for occasional travelers to Japan. You can do worse.

  • By Barry A. Dobyns on March 16, 2006

    If you're going to Japan, don't speak the language and only want to take one book - this one is it. It's got most of the phrases for day-to-day operations: How much does that cost? Where's the bathroom? Can I have another beer please? This is really a small pamphlet on laminated card stock that's small enough to fit in your purse, or in your pocket next to your wallet.

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