Japanese Kanji Power helps beginning and intermediate Japanese language learners to master the reading and writing of 464 of the most important kanji. The presentation of each kanji incorporates many key features, such as sample sentences that introduce each kanji in context; a list of frequently-used compounds and phrases; stroke count and a stroke-order diagram; and numerous exercises and frequent reviews.
|Dimensions||191 × 254 mm|
After graduating from Australian National University with a degree in Japanese and Indonesian, John Millen worked for several years as a teacher of Japanese in Australia where he contributed to the Japanese-language curriculum development for Australian high schools. He currently teaches in Tokyo. Miller has worked on several translation projects and is the author of Japanese in a Flash, Volumes 1 & 2, also available from Tuttle Publishing.
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