“Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Picture Cards on CD-ROM I (Second Edition)”, also known as “初級日本語 げんき げんきな絵カード I イラストデータ【第2版】” in Japanese, is a Japanese language card set published by The Japan Times for learners with elementary Japanese skills. With these cards set, you will learn how to strengthen your comprehensive with this 120-page cards set.
Extra media: “Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Picture Cards on CD-ROM I (Second Edition)” is sold with 1 CD-ROM containing PDF files.
About the “Genki” series
The “Genki” language book series is renowned as one of the very best courses to start learning the fundamentals of the Japanese language. They use a program that focuses on the four core linguistic fields: oral communication, listening understanding, written understanding, and writing. The 23 units are split into two volumes that cover an extensive spectrum of elementary grammar topics, approximately 300 kanji, and over 1100 Japanese words. “Genki” also embodies a large number of words and phrases that are closely related to readers' daily lives, as well as offering a complete-comprehensive lineup practical communication skills.
- Content and Structure of the Book / How to Use the CD-ROM
- Suggested Uses of the Cards
- Thumbnails of the cards in Greetings/Lessons 1-12 and the character cards
Extra information on “Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese - Picture Cards on CD-ROM I (Second Edition)”
- Title in Japanese: 初級日本語 げんき げんきな絵カード I イラストデータ【第2版】
- Roman transliteration of the title: Shokyū Nihongo Genki Genki Na E Kādo I Irasuto Deita (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: 120 pages
- Weight: 315 grams
- ISBN: 9784789014427
Information about the publisher
The Japan Times is a Japanese newspaper in English that was created in 1897. Aside from its eponym daily publications, the publisher which is behind “The Japan Times” also publishes magazines and books to learn Japanese, including the Genki and Dictionaries of Japanese Grammar series, both of which are widely popular among western students.