“Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced (New Edition) - Workbook”, or “生きた素材で学ぶ 新・中級から上級への日本語 ワークブック” in Japan, is a book written by Osamu Kamada Supervised by, Yukiko Okuno, Kumiko Kaneniwa, and Michie Yamamori and published by The Japan Times. It is made for learners with intermediate Japanese skills. With this book, you will learn how to improve your comprehensive with the 168 pages of this book.
This workbook provides different types of exercises to help learners better understand and assimilate the vocabulary and grammar items featured in the Authentic Japanese textbook. You will also discover open communication exercises based on the topics of the lessons that encourage learners to put into practice what they have learned, to help them perceive their progress towards the most advanced level.
About the “Authentic Japanese” series
This book is part of a collection containing a textbook and a workbook. Their main objective is to help Japanese language learners acquire an advanced level of communication skills. They compile difficult texts that could be encountered in real life to motivate you to overcome communication barriers.
- Title in Japanese: 生きた素材で学ぶ 新・中級から上級への日本語 ワークブック
- Title in roman letters: Ikita Sozai De Manabu Shin. Chūkyū Kara Jōkyū E No Nihongo Wākubukku
- Editor: The Japan Times
- Authors: Osamu Kamada Supervised by, Yukiko Okuno, Kumiko Kaneniwa, and Michie Yamamori
- Publication Year: 2013
- Book format: 257 × 182 mm
- Pages: 168 pages (+ a supplement of 68 pages
- Weight: 281 grams
- ISBN: 9784789015400
Information about The Japan Times
“Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced (New Edition) - Workbook” is a workbook published by The Japan Times, a Japanese publishing house that is making the longest-running daily newspaper written in English in Japan. Actually, “The Japan Times” company is named after this newspaper that has been published since 1897 and helps foreigners residing in Japan stay up to date on what is happening in the Land of the Rising Sun and abroad. Apart from its daily publications, the company which is behind “The Japan Times” also publishes magazines and Japanese language materials. For example, a very popular book series like Genki and Dictionaries of Japanese Grammar are produced by this firm.