I first started to work on my first Japanese textbook in 2007. It’s finally available here. The book is designed for the Beginner and Japanese Hiragana and Katakana are not included in the book, but it will be available in the second edition.

If you are new to Japanese language and culture, this book will certainly help you master the language. If you are interested in getting this book, please make a payment via paypal and I will send you an electronic copy within the next 24 hours.

Japanese Language Level 1

This is just a sample but I do have a good that will be an excellent book if you are trying to build a solid foundation to become a fluent speaker. This works for more intermediate students who want to review materials. Click on a red link to preview a section of each chapter.

Table of Contents

Preface         ——– 4      

Lesson 1: Greetings and Good-Byes  ——5  

Lesson 2-How to introduce yourself. —-9                                                                                                                          

Lesson 3 –How to ask questions in Japanese. —-11          

Lesson 4 – How to ask more questions in Japanese.—14    

Lesson 5- How to count numbers.  —18    

Lesson 6 – Learning time in Japanese. —21    

Lesson 7- Counting minutes in Japanese.—24              

Lesson 8- How to count Japanese money.—28      

Lesson 9 – Occupation, Nationality, Age, Year and Major.–32        

Lesson 10 : “no” particule—39          

Lesson11 : How to order food and drink in Japan. –42      

Lesson 12: Particles –46      

Lesson 13: Verbs —49          

Lesson 14- Asking questions in Japanese.—54        

Lesson 15 : “Aru” and “Iru” —58

Lesson 16 – Expressions using “aru” and “iru” –65    

Lesson 17- Ni particle–68     

Lesson 18- answering in a negative form.–72

Lesson 19: Past tense—76

Lesson 20 – How to answer questions in the past tense.—81                                                                   

Lesson 21- Past tense verbs.–85    

Lesson 22 : Adjectives– 89    

Lesson 23: Affirmative past tense of true adjectives and na adjectives. —95             

Lesson 24: Negative past adjectives. —100      

Lesson 25: Exercises–103

Lesson 26: Exercises — 106      

Lesson 27- How to invite people politely. — 109                

Lesson 28 – Responing to your conversational partner.–112            



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