Best Read [Clay Boutwell Yumi Boutwell] ó Japanese Reader Collection Volume 1: Hikoichi || [Biography Book] PDF ↠


  • Title: Japanese Reader Collection Volume 1: Hikoichi
  • Author: Clay Boutwell Yumi Boutwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • RECENTLY UPDATED PLUS we just uploaded four new sound files including slow versions of each of the four Hikoichi stories please see free download link on the last page screen Also, if you have an older 1st or 2nd gen Kindle, please confirm it will display Japanese before buying If you bought the Kindle version and the Japanese show as boxes, please contact me for anRECENTLY UPDATED PLUS we just uploaded four new sound files including slow versions of each of the four Hikoichi stories please see free download link on the last page screen Also, if you have an older 1st or 2nd gen Kindle, please confirm it will display Japanese before buying If you bought the Kindle version and the Japanese show as boxes, please contact me for an image version Perfect for beginning and upper beginning students of Japanese This affordable Japanese reader contains four complete stories of a clever and mischievous young man, Hikoichi Get FREE MP3s of the stories read by a native Japanese speaker Listen while reading The link to the MP3s is found on the last page Read in Japanese how the wise and young Hikoichi shows his smarts with these four short stories in Japanese Yes, you can read real Japanese even if you are just starting out in Japanese All Japanese have furigana printed version and romaji for those starting out Four full traditional Japanese stories about Hikoichi Every sentence is broken down word for word and with explanation of the grammar The full story in Japanese only without the running gloss is also provided so you can practice reading without interruption Finally, we have included a simple and mostly literal English translation for you to check your understanding Don t cheat Work through the Japanese first Download the FREE MP3s to listen while you study The first story has the lord of the castle testing Hikoichi in a Solomon esque question which young lord is the true young lord The second story shows choosing the first and most favorable isn t always best In the end, only Hikoichi can enjoy the cherry blossoms The third story is about a mysterious, but living umbrella Some things are just too good to be true We wrap things up with Hikoichi s encounter with a Tengu a mythical creature whose straw raincoat renders its wearer invisible While beginners to Japanese can get a lot from this, hiragana knowledge is required Finally, we invite the reader to contact us with questions or requests for future Japanese readers You will find our personal email addresses in the book To your Japanese
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    Commentaires:

    Greg
    This series is virtually perfect for students of Japanese who have Hiragana and Katakana memorized but know few or none of the Kanji. The stories are from traditional Japanese folklore, which means they're interesting and clever, and most of it is presented in Hiragana, with Furigana for each Kanji character. I think there may be some sparse Katakana, but for the most part it's Hiragana.It's not only an excellent way to improve your Kana reading, it's also invaluable for improving vocabulary, so [...]

    Jamie
    This is an excellent resource for people who are beginning to read Japanese or who are reviewing their skills. The stories are based on folktales and manage to be simple without being boring. In fact, they are quite charming. Vocabulary is well glossed and repeated enough to be well reinforced.

    Oji Kenobi
    Many years ago I lived in Japan, studied the language - knew about 2/3 of the 1800 then common kanji. Fast forward to today when I've forgotten most of what I knew. Motivated by a Japanese-speaking mother-in-law who has Alzheimer's, I'm trying to reacquire the language. I crank the font size to maximum (iPad Kindle App), read an Hikoichi story with her. She laughs and laughs at my pronunciation, then I play the MP3 which comes with the tale and she nods her head contentedly. 15 minutes later, sh [...]

    Filip
    My first book with Japanese text on Kindle. Japanese script is embedded as pictures which is a pity because Kindle can handle Japanese perfectly. On the other hand this allows inclusion of furigana and dictionary for every page and thus it can be extremely effective learning tool (you don't have to use your dictionary while reading). Selected text is an elementary or lower-intermediate level. So far so good, however the book has two very major drawback: It's EXTREMELY SHORT (consists of only 2 s [...]

    Jidda
    With Romaji, Hiragana and Kanji as well as English, the folktale of Hikoichi rendered for and beginner level learners of Japanese.

    Zainab Al-Ansari
    Finished reading my first Japanese children's book! yaay! :D

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