“Nihongo Daijobu!: Elementary Japanese through Practical Tasks (Book 2)”, or “きょうから話せる！ にほんごだいじょうぶ［Book 2］” in Japanese, is a Japanese language book edited by The Japan Times for learners with elementary Japanese abilities. This 288-page textbook offers comprehensive coverage of the Japanese language. Besides, English translations are included.
Extra media: “Nihongo Daijobu!: Elementary Japanese through Practical Tasks (Book 2)” is sold with 1 CD-ROM where you will find audio material in MP3 files (2h35).
About the “Nihongo Daijobu!” series
The “Nihongo Daijobu!” series help learners acquire the communication skills in basic Japanese within a short time. These books respond to the needs of students who have experienced difficulties putting lessons learned in the classroom to use in real situations. Every chapter progressively enhances communication skills by taking students through tasks that challenge them to practically apply their skills in a wide range of scenarios.
- Title in Japanese: きょうから話せる！ にほんごだいじょうぶ［Book 2］
- Romanization of the title: Kyō Kara Hanaseru！ Nihon Go Daijōbu (Book 2)
- Editor: The Japan Times
- Authors: Sun Academy NIHONGO Center
- Publication Year: 2015
- Book format: 257 × 182 mm
- Pages: 288 pages (+ an extra book of 56 pages
- Weight: 620 grams
- ISBN: 9784789016186
Information about The Japan Times, the company that publishes “Nihongo Daijobu!: Elementary Japanese through Practical Tasks (Book 2)”
“Nihongo Daijobu!: Elementary Japanese through Practical Tasks (Book 2)” is a textbook edited by The Japan Times, a Japanese publisher that operates the oldest daily newspaper in English in Japan. Indeed, “The Japan Times” company is named after this newspaper that started in 1897 and which helps overseas residents residing in Japan stay informed of what is happening in the country and abroad. Besides its daily publications, the company that produces “The Japan Times” also issues magazines and books to learn Japanese, such as the Genki and Kanji Look and Learn series, which are widely popular with English-speaking students.