Learn Japanese - Word Power 101

Learn Japanese - Word Power 101 Summary

Master Japanese with Learn Japanese - Word Power 101. This e-book is a completely new way to learn Japanese vocabulary fast! Start speaking Japanese in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this book.

The vocabulary words you’ll find in Learn Japanese - Word Power 101 were hand selected by our Japanese language teachers as the top 101 most frequently used words in the Japanese language. With each entry, you’ll see the word and a vibrant image to help remember the meaning. You’ll hear the word to master the pronunciation. Then you’ll see how the word is actually used in everyday speech with sample sentences and phrases. Learning Japanese vocabulary has never been easier!

In this book, you’ll get:

    - 101 of the most frequently used Japanese vocabulary words
    - Audio with authentic native Japanese pronunciation 
    - Vibrant photos and images to help memorization
    - Useful and practical sample sentences and phrases 

Purchase Learn Japanese - Word Power 101 today to start mastering Japanese vocabulary in the fastest, easiest and most fun way possible!



Book Reviews

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Japanese5 star

This is a great book for learning a few mandatory words in the Japanese language.55

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pretty good5 star

i love there is pronunciation to teach us.55

GirlFinance27

Very Helpful4 star

I am self teaching Japanese and word power is very helpful. I use it with a the lessons so that I have back up. Once I put the sound and the visual together my language improved more steadily.45

LOZTP3

*sigh*3 star

I wish that they were more in depth with it and taught you numbers. Especially because if you're like me and want to become fluent in the language and other languages as well.35

OgreMills

Nice Intro4 star

Its nice for someone who’s wondering what the Japanese language is like. This won’t teach you to be very fluent in the language, but a good start. I like that it has audio along with words and phrases. Though sometimes the audio is chopped up, or the phrase is said so quickly it’s hard to pick it up.45





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