“Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Workbook II (Second Edition)”, better known as “初級日本語 げんき ワークブック II 【第2版】” in Japan, is a workbook written by Eri Banno, Yoko Ikeda, Yutaka Ohno, Chikako Shinagawa, and Kyoko Tokashiki and made for learners with elementary Japanese skills. With it, you will be able to strengthen your comprehensive with the 130 pages of this workbook.
Also included: “Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Workbook II (Second Edition)” is sold with 1 CD-ROM including audio material in MP3 files (40 minutes).
About the “Genki” series
“Genki” is a series of resources for studying basic Japanese by using a balanced and progressive method to all four aspects of language skills: oral expression, listening, written understanding and writing. The 23 units are divided into two volumes that provide readers with a broad spectrum of elementary grammar items, nearly 300 Japanese kanji and around 1100 vocabulary words. “Genki” courses also incorporates many words and sentences that are closely tied to learners' everyday lives, and provide a complete-comprehensive range of practical communication skills.
Table of Contents
- Conversation and Grammar (Lessons 13-23)
- Exercises for grammar items
- Listening comprehension
- Reading and Writing (Lessons 13-23)
- Kanji writing practice
- Exercises for replacing hiragana with kanji
- English-to-Japanese translation exercises using kanji
Further information on “Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Workbook II (Second Edition)”
- Title in Japanese: 初級日本語 げんき ワークブック II 【第2版】
- Romanization of the title: Shokyū Nihongo Genki Wākubukku Ii (Dai 2 Ban)
- Editor: The Japan Times
- Authors: Eri Banno, Yoko Ikeda, Yutaka Ohno, Chikako Shinagawa, and Kyoko Tokashiki
- Publication Year: 2011
- Book format: 257 × 182 mm
- Pages: 130 pages
- Weight: 281 grams
- ISBN: 9784789014441
Information about The Japan Times, the company that publishes this book
The Japan Times is a Tokyo-based newspaper in English that was published for the first time in 1897. In addition to its daily newspaper, the company that produces “The Japan Times” also sells magazines in Japan and books to learn Japanese, including the Genki and Kanji Look and Learn series, both of which are widely popular with western students.