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The Complete Japanese Verb Guide

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The Complete Japanese Verb Guide is a handy, easy-to-use guide to one of the building blocks of language learning—verbs.

To effectively learn Japanese, a strong knowledge of Japanese grammar and vocabulary is needed. This book will come to the rescue as it shows learners how to conjugate the 600 most common Japanese verbs quickly, and with very little effort. This is the only guide to list all verb forms in both Japanese script and romanized form, while giving an accurate English translation for each conjugated form, making this book far more comprehensive than any other book on the subject.

Compiled by Japanese language experts at The Hiro Japanese Center, more than 30 different verbal forms are given for each verb including all forms used in contemporary spoken, written, formal and conversational Japanese—making this the ideal reference when reading any sort of Japanese printed materials including manga, newspapers, magazines and books. The Complete Japanese Verb Guide places an expert resource at your fingertips, giving you the information you need to speak, read, and write Japanese sentences correctly.

Key features of this book are:
  • Includes all the most useful verbs and Kanji (logographic Chinese characters) in Japanese, including less common ones.
  • A wealth of example sentences are given to demonstrate correct verb usage.
  • Over 30 forms are given for each verb including polite or formal, plain, negative, potential, conditional, passive, causative, and many more.
  • Both Kana, Japanese script, and romanized forms are given for each entry.
  • An ideal study guide for the standard Advanced Placement college test and the Japanese Language Proficiency Exam.
  • Special sections are devoted to compound verbs and suru verbs such as Kaimono suru (to shop), benkyo suru (to study), and much more




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5つ星のうち 5.0 American in Japan for some years 2005/8/4
投稿者 Raymond P. Goerig - (Amazon.com)
This book helps. It not only clearly conjugates 600 common verbs but then gives 5 example sentences in English plus the Japanese translation in romaji. The headers indicate to which group the verb belongs and whether it is transitive or intransitive. Helpful. The kanji is a nice touch. The book does omit the prohibitive form. (E.g. Don't sit there!) I tried BARRON'S 1991 J verbs pocket book. The type is too small. The above book is 6x9 inches so the type is easy to read. Finally, there's a list of 277 commonly used NOUN + SURU verbs with kanji. The book was done by a team of teachers in Tokyo who used feedback from real students trying to learn Japanese. I'm pleased with this book.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Extremely helpful reference tool 2006/3/13
投稿者 J. K. Hackworth - (Amazon.com)
I highly recommend this book to all who are learning Japanese. If you've learned multiple languages in the past and found the 501 Verbs series useful, this is the version you want for Japanese.

A verb dictionary with a huge amount of information is coupled with explanatory chapters on the grammar and usage surrounding verbs. I have found this book extremely helpful in my studies.
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5つ星のうち 3.0 I never buying anything unless i can look at it first 2008/12/17
投稿者 Humphrey D. Lena - (Amazon.com)
I bought this product because others gave it misleading reviews. I was hoping that the verbs would be written in the kanji and kana forms using furigana to translate the kanji. Its does have the verbs in all there forms and tells you which are not really used. It also tells you how to turn dictionary forms of the verbs to either the te or masu form. In that aspect the book is awesome. As for examples, it doesnt make it clear for which form it gives an example, which is a down fall. I was hoping that after every form i would get an example sentence but instead it gives us 5 random examples and if your not advanced your unsure which sentence belongs to which form. The book has potential just needs to fix those two downfalls and its awesome. Also letting the reader know if it is written in kanji or kana more often would be great also. Maybe next edition...
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5つ星のうち 5.0 HElpful 2009/8/1
投稿者 Elaine Martinez - (Amazon.com)
This is the thing you need if you will continue studying japanese!!!! It is the best resource. You may know how to conjugate, but if you ever get confused. This is the best thing to have on hand.
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5つ星のうち 2.0 Not the most useful Japanese language aid 2010/5/5
投稿者 Charles Bennett - (Amazon.com)
I have to say, out of all the Japanese language books I own, this is the only book I have never opened more than once or twice. I bought this book in my final year of High School education (when I was perhaps beginner-intermediate) - it wasn't helpful then, and it isn't helpful now, 5+ years down the track (when I am now intermediate-advanced).

For starters, the book is written almost entirely in romaji. Sure, after the verb they give the verb in kanji, but the index/title/label at the top of each page is in romaji - which means you browse for verbs using romaji. The example sentences are only in romaji. After so many years of studying Japanese, I cannot read romaji - it is too frustrating.

Students would be much better off buying the famous 'Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar' and learning how to conjugate. Even if I forget how to conjugate a certain verb-form, I don't look up the specific verb in this Verb guide, I use the Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar to *learn* how to conjugate the form, then apply it to the verb I need to conjugate. I'd also recommend the Oxford Guide to Japanese Grammar for a 'pocket' format Japanese grammar/verb tool.

This book may be useful for beginners, but for me, it was one of the most useless Japanese language guides I've ever bought.
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