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Michel Thomas Start Japanese CD

Helen Gilhooly Niamh Kelly Michel Thomas Helen Gilhooly



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John Murray
11 June 2019
Taste the Michel Thomas Method and start speaking real Japanese straight away - no books, no pens, no memorizing - just listen, connect and speak. You'll learn the 50 essential words at the heart of Japanese and how to put them together to make yourself understood.

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Imprint:   John Murray
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 140mm,  Width: 126mm,  Spine: 6mm
Weight:   44g
ISBN:   9781529330526
ISBN 10:   1529330521
Series:   Michel Thomas Series
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Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   CD-Audio
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Michel Thomas Start Japanese CD

Five minutes in and you already feel like you're winning * Time Out * Michel Thomas is a precious find indeed * Guardian * Works like a dream * Daily Telegraph * Thomas makes it simple * Sunday Times * The most extraordinary learning experience of my life -- Emma Thompson A unique and perfectly brilliant way of learning languages -- Stephen Fry The nearest thing to painless learning * The Times * I experienced the same sort of pleasure that you got from suddenly getting a crossword clue right or cracking a code...the finger-snapping moment of, Oh My God! I've just understood what you've said to me in Spanish or you've just understood me! -- Peter LOVSTROM I've used Michel Thomas to get off the starting block for French, Italian and Spanish and I'm always surprised by how much I can say after only a few hours of listening. The Michel Thomas Italian course organises verbs into logical groups which helps you pick them up fast. And perhaps more importantly, it shows you how to use this grammar to build useful sentences. -- Katie Harris * * 'The thrill is that you're actually figuring it out on your own. You're engaging with another language, not just parroting it... It's an excellent way to start, and leaves the listener thinking, Hey, Ich kann do dis.' -- David Sedaris * New Yorker *

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