コミュニケ-ションの為の日本語 III ビデオ - Japanese for Busy People III Video (NTSC) (英語) VHS – 1999/10/29
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A new and exciting video course based on the best-selling textbook series
Japanese for Busy People III: The Video features nineteen entertaining episodes that provide a wealth of vivid images about life in Japan. Adaptable to any teaching situation, it can be used in-dependently-both for self-study and in the classroom-in tandem with the Japanese for Busy People course, or with any other text-based course, creating a positive learning atmosphere in any classroom.
All nineteen installments of the drama series present real, conversational language in a story about the Carpenters, an American family who live and work Tokyo.
Core grammatical points are explained in English immediately after each installment by a Japanese-language instructor.
At the end of each episode, further examples are illustrated with amusing and highly original CG animations.
A 32-page booklet included with this package offers advice on using the video, a comprehensive study-plan, and a full transcript of the tapes.
Three one-minute "breaktime" documentaries offer unique insights into life in Japan.
This video will provide students with the practical language they need in everyday situations and will give them the confidence to use it. Japanese for Busy People III: The Video was filmed entirely on location in Japan.
How can this video help you study Japanese?
Any learner who wants to be able to communicate in Japanese will find this video beneficial to their studies. This video is highly recommended to people who have used the first video to study Japanese, people who want to know more about life in Japan, people who do not have much time to study, and anyone who is looking for a fun and functional way to learn Japanese progressively each day.
After watching this video, you will be able to do all of the following in natural and fluent Japanese:
o Book into a hotel-and effectively complain when you're not happy with the service.
o Take part in office meetings-and make pertinent suggestions that lead to the right decisions being taken.
o Talk about what you've seen on TV-and make your conversations more interesting.
o Speak in informal Japanese-and get closer to your friends.
o Direct a full-scale sales presentation-and impress important clients.
o Get your TV fixed-and find our about new products and services.
o Have friends around for dinner-and entertain them with flowing conversation.
o Say goodbye at your farewell party-and welcome your replacement.
o And much, much more!
There are much better books available such as "Shin Nihongo no Kiso" and "Minna na Nihongo". If you do buy it make sure you get the kana version.