A Guide to Reading and Writing Japanese by Florence Sakade
(English and Japanese Edition)

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This book is designed first of all to make the study of written Japanese a much less formidable task for the foreign student than it has traditionally been. Its second major purpose is to enable the student to achieve fluency in reading and writing the language in its everyday style. Essentially, the book reflects the language simplification movement now under way in Japan. This is an up-to-date and practical handbook featuring: the 1,850 most essential characters, the phonetic writing, easy-to-follow writing charts, useful definitions, everyday vocabulary, simplified readings and writing, and a full Index.
 

About Florence Sakade

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Florence Sakade was an renowned editor and author of numerous books about Japan's language and culture, including the classic "Origami: Japanese Paper Folding" and "Japanese Children's Favorite Stories".Janet Ikeda is Associate Professor of Japanese at Washington and Lee University in Virginia. She served as president of the Association of Teachers of Japanese, and is currently a Director of the AATJ. Ikeda is currently on the Japanese American Leadership Delegation (JALD).
 
Published December 15, 1989 by Charles E. Tuttle Publishing. 312 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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