Beginning Japanese (Part 1) by Eleanor Harz Jorden

By Eleanor Harz Jorden

Первая часть учебника японского языка от Йельского университета.

Довольно таки известный учебник. Основной упор делается на азы разговорной речи и наработку шаблонов. По мнению авторов, изучение японского языка надо начинать с разговорной речи. И только потом переходить к письму и чтению. Я с ними согласен на все сто :-)

К сожалению, у меня нет аудиокассет к этому учебнику. Если у кого-то имеются, то не стесняйтесь добавлять :-). Спасибо заранее.

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Mr. Martin is now awkward and abrupt; what will he be at Mr. % "But there may be pretty good guessing. " "Will he, indeed? " "How much his business engrosses him already is very plain from the circumstance of his forgetting to inquire for the book you recommended. He was a great deal too full of the market to think of any thing else--which is just as it should be, for a thriving man. What has he to do with books? " "I wonder he did not remember the book"--was all Harriet's answer, and spoken with a degree of grave displeasure which Emma thought might be safely left to itself.

One hears sometimes of a child being `the picture of health;' now, Emma always gives me the idea of being the complete picture of grown-up health. She is loveliness itself. Mr. " "I have not a fault to find with her person," he replied. "I think her all you describe. I love to look at her; and I will add this praise, that I do not think her personally vain. Considering how very handsome she is, she appears to be little occupied with it; her vanity lies another way. Mrs. " "And I, Mr. Knightley, am equally stout in my confidence of its not doing them any harm.

Superior: supérieur, suprême, dominant, surplombant. talks: parle. Jane Austen 27 "To be sure. Yes. Not that I think Mr. Martin would ever marry any body but what had had some education--and been very well brought up. However, I do not mean to set up my opinion against your's--and I am sure I shall not wish for the acquaintance of his wife. I shall always have a great regard for the Miss Martins, especially Elizabeth, and should be very sorry to give them up, for they are quite as well educated as me.

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