“Role-based Listening: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Japanese”, also known as “生きた会話を学ぶ中級から上級への日本語なりきりリスニング” in Japanese, is a Japanese language book written by Osamu Kamada, Yukiko Okuno, Kumiko Kaneniwa, and Michie Yamamori and made for learners with an intermediate level in Japanese. With it, you will be able to strengthen your Japanese language with this 184-page book.
Practice your listening comprehension with more than 200 audio tracks in which you can hear real conversations in Japanese and rakugo stories.
Extra media: “Role-based Listening: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Japanese” comes with 1 CD-ROM containing audio material in MP3 files (3h10).
- Chapter 1: はじまりは桜から (Let's start with cherry blossoms)
- Chapter 2: 食べる楽しみ (The joy of eating)
- Chapter 3: バイト体験 (Working part-time)
- Chapter 4: 結婚のお祝い (Celebrating a marriage)
- Chapter 5: 買う楽しみ (The joy of shopping)
- Chapter 6: 旅する楽しみ (The joy of traveling)
- Chapter 7: 会社の話を聞く (A lesson on the working world)
- Chapter 8: 恋の話 (Talking romance)
- Chapter 9: 笑う楽しみ (The joy of laughter)
- Chapter 10: 落語家にインタビュー (Interview with a rakugo artist)
- Title in Japanese: 生きた会話を学ぶ中級から上級への日本語なりきりリスニング
- Romanization of the title: Ikita Kaiwa O Manabu Chūkyū Kara Jōkyū E No Nihongo Nari Kiri Risuningu
- Editor: The Japan Times
- Authors: Osamu Kamada, Yukiko Okuno, Kumiko Kaneniwa, and Michie Yamamori
- Publication Year: 2016
- Book format: 257 × 182 mm
- Pages: 184 pages (+ an extra book of 32 pages
- Weight: 435 grams
- ISBN: 9784789015660
About The Japan Times
“Role-based Listening: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced Japanese” is a textbook published by The Japan Times, a Japanese publisher which is making the longest-established daily newspaper written in English in Japan. Actually, “The Japan Times” company is named after this daily publication that started in 1897 and helping overseas residents who are living in Japan to keep up to date with things that are happening in the Land of the Rising Sun and abroad. In addition to its eponym daily newspaper, the company which is behind “The Japan Times” also publishes magazines in Japan and Japanese language materials. For example, very popular series like Genki and Kanji in Context are published by this firm.