Learning Japanese by Manga
The Manga Way: An Illustrated Guide To Grammar And Structure
Stone Bridge P (2004)
resenting all spoken Japanese as a variation of three basic sentence
types, Japanese the Manga Way shows how to build complex constructions
step by step. Every grammar point is illustrated by an actual manga
published in Japan to show how the language is used in real life,
an approach that is entertaining and memorable.
in Mangaland: Learning the Basics
Japan Pubn Trading Co (2004)
With Japanese in MangaLand, readers can easily master the basics of
the Japanese language using manga as a didactic tool. With thirty
lessons, including drills, clear explanations, and vivid examples,
readers will become familiar with the fundamental patterns of Japanese
grammar while learning important vocabulary.
in Mangaland: Basic Kanji Course Through Manga (Kanji
The Japanese in MangaLand series from JPT introduced language learners
to an innovative, entertaining and educationally-sound way of learning
Japanese through the use of manga. Now, this same approach is applied
to the often-daunting task of mastering kanji -- the Chinese ideograms
in Kanji in MangaLand, the first of a 3-volume course covering the
1,006 basic kanji characters.
sense of Japanese (Kodansha's
Making Sense of Japanese is the fruit of one foolhardy American's
thirty-year struggle to learn and teach the Language of the Infinite.
Previously known as Gone Fishin', this book has brought Jay Rubin
more feedback than any of his literary translations or scholarly tomes,
"even if," he says, "you discount the hate mail from
spin-casters and the stray gill-netter."