“Academic Japanese for International Students”, or “大学で学ぶための アカデミック・ジャパニーズ” in Japan, is a book written by Mizue Sasaki, Yoshiaki Murasawa, Kazuyo Hosoi, and Kiyoko Fujio and made for university students in Japan with an intermediate level in Japanese. With it, you will be able to strenghten your academic Japanese with the 136 pages of this textbook.
This book will enable future international students attending universities in Japan to take an active part in the life of the campus, as well as the skills required for the lectures and essential communication skills for interacting with academic and administrative staff.
Extra media: “Academic Japanese for International Students” comes with 1 CD that includes audio material.
Title in Japanese: 大学で学ぶための アカデミック・ジャパニーズ
Title in romaji: Daigaku De Manabu Tame No Akademikku. Japanīzu
Editor: The Japan Times
Authors: Mizue Sasaki, Yoshiaki Murasawa, Kazuyo Hosoi, and Kiyoko Fujio
Publication Year: 2001
Book format: 257 × 182 mm
Pages: 136 pages
Weight: 377 grams
THE “ACADEMIC JAPANESE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS” SERIES
The “Academic Japanese” series is made of two books that will help those who want to study in Japan get all the skills they need to thrive in a Japanese university.
THE JAPAN TIMES
“Academic Japanese for International Students” is edited by The Japan Times, a printing company headquartered in Tokyo that makes the longest-lasting daily newspaper written in English in Japan. Indeed, “The Japan Times” company is named after this daily publication that started in 1897 and which provides non-nationals in Japan with information from home and abroad in a language other than Japanese. In addition to its daily newspaper, the publisher that produces “The Japan Times” also sells magazines and Japanese language learning books, such as the Genki and Dictionaries of Japanese Grammar series, which are widely popular with English-speaking students.
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