“Basic Japanese for Expats: A Practical Course in Business Japanese (Book 1)”, or “まるごとビジネス日本語初級［Book 1］” in Japanese, is a book written by Otemachi Language Group and made for expats in Japan with elementary Japanese skills. The 208 pages of this book features a comprehensive learning approach to the Japanese language. Translations in English are included in this textbook.
Extra media: “Basic Japanese for Expats: A Practical Course in Business Japanese (Book 1)” comes with 1 CD where you will find audio material (1h01).
More about the “Basic Japanese for Expats” series
“Basic Japanese for Expats” is a three-volume course in elementary-level Japanese language made for English-speaking businesspersons who have limited time to study.
Lesson 1: Introducing and Greeting
Lesson 2: Numbers
Lesson 3: Time Expressions
Lesson 4: Expressing Where You Will Go
Lesson 5: Requesting
Lesson 6: Asking/Giving Directions
Lesson 7: Asking/Giving the Location of People or Things
Lesson 8: Expressing What You Will Do
Lesson 9: Expressing How Things Are/Were
Lesson 10: Inviting/Recommending/Suggesting
Further information about “Basic Japanese for Expats: A Practical Course in Business Japanese (Book 1)”
- Title in Japanese: まるごとビジネス日本語初級［Book 1］
- Roman transliteration of the title: Maru-Goto Bijinesu Nihongo Shokyū (Book 1)
- Editor: The Japan Times
- Authors: Otemachi Language Group
- Publication Year: 2009
- Book format: 257 × 182 mm
- Pages: 208 pages
- Weight: 454 grams
- ISBN: 9784789013345
More about The Japan Times, the company that publishes this book
“Basic Japanese for Expats: A Practical Course in Business Japanese (Book 1)” is a textbook published by The Japan Times, a Japanese publication company which runs the longest-running daily newspaper edited in English in Japan. Indeed, “The Japan Times” is the name of this daily publication that has been published from the end of the 19th century and which provides foreign residents in Japan with information from home and abroad in a language other than Japanese. Along with its daily newspaper, the publisher which is behind “The Japan Times” also publishes magazines in Japan and Japanese language learning books, such as the Genki and Kanji in Context series, both of which are highly popular among English-speaking students.