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  • Author:
    Ryan McDonald
  • ISBN:
    1412004195
  • ISBN13:
    978-1412004190
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  • Publisher:
    Trafford Publishing (July 6, 2006)
  • Pages:
    166 pages
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Learn Japanese Verbs and. Its just a list of Japanese verbs and adjectives coupled with a short English phrase to help you remember it. There are fundamental mistakes in the book, where a few Japanese words are spelled wrong, which means the English phrases no longer works. These are very basic words and i dont see how its possible to make this mistake, its not a typo, the Author actually believes thats how the word is spelled/pronounced. The end of a the book has contact details for the Author, which do not work.

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을 다운로드하여 오프라인으로 읽거나 Learn Japanese Verbs and Adjectives Using Memory Mnemonics을 . Memory mnemonics, or triggers, are used to remind your brain where it just recorded some piece of information.

을 다운로드하여 오프라인으로 읽거나 Learn Japanese Verbs and Adjectives Using Memory Mnemonics을(를) 읽으면서 문구에 강조표시하고, 페이지에 북마크를 지정하고, 메모를 작성할 수 있습니다. Most people can learn most anything fast, but they have trouble with recollection. This book uses triggers that sound like the verb and the meaning. For example, the verb for to disturb or corrupt is midas. How can you remember this and differentiate it from the hundreds of other verbs.

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Memory mnemonics, or triggers, are used to remind your brain where it just recorded some piece of information. Using this book you can quickly learn Japanese verbs and adjectives and nearly double your communication skill in a very short time. For example, the verb for "to disturb or corrupt" is "midas". Using a memory trigger can make it easier to learn faster and remember longer. One trigger could be to think of King Midas.

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Learn Japanese Verbs and Adjectives Using Memory Mnemonics by Ryan McDonald. Sometimes knowing the correct grammar or phrases isn’t enough, so this book helps you pull it all together. Watashi no Nihongo introduces several stories at the beginning of each.

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Learn Japanese verbs and adjectives fast and remember them longer using memory triggers.

PC-rider
This is a wonderful little book that will help you memorize verbs fast and relatively painlessly. Words are printed in a large font and arranged three to a page. My only gripe is that I wish it would include the kanji ... but since the layout is so spacious Ive pencilled in kanji and "te" conjugations myself. Give yourself an edge and buy now!
Burking
There are very few useful mnemonics. A lot of them are such a stretch that they don't even make sense. Much better off making up your own.
Also there is no Kanji, and no Kana even, which makes it incredibly difficult to read - all words are in romaji.
Goldfury
I never write reviews, but i think i should on this one. i love this book! i was looking for a way to learn a lot of verbs and adjectives quickly and this book is perfect for that. you still need to learn the conjugations on your own, but this will save you a lot of time because you will recall them easily and they will stick with you because of the odd memory mnemonics given. it's a thousand times better than rote memorization alone. definately a book to have in your japanese learning collection. I am recommending it to all my friends who want to learn japanese. I have been studying japanese for 3 yrs and will be moving there this year and it has helped me a great deal, so i recommend it highly in helping intermediate, advanced and it will give the beginning student a running start. Ganbatte!
Bort
A previous reviewer commented on just a few examples. It's true, not all examples are great, some are vague or really reaching. But overall the memory tricks are good. Some of my favorites are #213 Manzoku suru - to be satisfied (trigger: any Manz Ok). #101 Suu - to suck in, inhale (trigger: suuuck in the smoke). #64 Miru - to see (trigger: see yourself in the Mirror). My favorite is #159 Handan suru - to judge (trigger: the judge will hand down a verdict).

Yea they are a stretch, but the key is to really imagine it as you say it over and over. I can't forget Suu, Manzoku, and Handan because they are so simple and creative. I can see a judge handing down a verdict and I think of Han dan.

Some people don't think like this and those types of people probably won't enjoy the book. I like art and creative things and these tricks are, for the most part, really easy to remember.
Quttaro
It's an interesting book and it really helped me remember Japanese verbs. It doesn't cover conjugation or anything else, it's simply about how to remember the actual verbs and the meanings. I recommend it to anyone learning Japanese.
Winenama
This book really helped me to learn japanese verbs. They can be very tricky to understand, and keep them all straight. Using simple memory techniques, through some memorable, (and sometimes funny) sentences, this book helped to trigger the verbs. When I lived in Japan, I found myself constantly using these triggers to engage in simple conversation. (I am still at a beginner's level, but now I can talk about more than train schedules and washroom locations.)
Fiarynara
i recommend to buy this wonderful book. It helped me learn all the verbs in a few weeks.. I like the image and sentences to remember. He is a great instructor in constructivism.. As a foreign languages teacher, I recommend to buy this book.
I'm a HS Japanese teacher. There are a couple of good ideas here but for the most part, silly to stupid connections. I think the majority of these words are reaching. Not worth the price. If the book was under a $1 I'd recommend it. But the price and the information are a waste of time and money. I regret buying it now......