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Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese I [Second Edition] [Taschenbuch]

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1. Februar 2011 GENKI
Second edition of the most highly regarded teaching text book on the Japanese language, covering speaking, listening, reading, and writing to cultivate overall language ability. Each lesson in the revised edition features a new section dubbed Culture Notes," and now includes the audio CD companion which is in mp3 format ready to install on any music player. In Japanese/English. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.

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  • Taschenbuch: 382 Seiten
  • Verlag: Japan Times; Auflage: 2nd edition (1. Februar 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch, Japanisch
  • ISBN-10: 4789014401
  • ISBN-13: 978-4789014403
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,7 x 18,3 x 2,3 cm
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Von mace
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Ich habe Japanisch als Fremdsprache an der Uni und kann dieses Buch nur weiterempfehlen, da es sehr gut zum selbstständigen Lernen und Üben geeignet ist ( besonders in Kombination mit dem zugehörigen Arbeitsheft). Dies und die zahlreichen Übungen, die es beinhaltet (die bei uns im Unterricht gelöst/kontrolliert werden und wohl auch so gedacht sind-> viel Partnerarbeit bietet sich an, was einen zu Sprechversuchen zwingt) unterstützen einen hervorragend beim lernen dieser doch recht schweren Sprache. Eines der besten Lehrbücher, die ich je verwenden durfte (hatte bereits Latein-, Englisch- und Spanischunterricht und nie ein annähernd gutes Buch, welches allerdings auch nicht ganz billig ist, besonders in Kombination mit dem Arbeitsheft.... Deshalb wurden auch nur 4 Sterne gegeben. )
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gutes Werk 7. März 2012
Von 4Cstus
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Moin. Nutzen dieses Werk an meine Hochschule zum japanisch lernen. Es geht Kapitelweise voran. Pro Kapitel gibt es eine Vokabelliste und es wird nich sofort das komplette Hiragana und Katakana verlangt, sondern es stehen noch Englische Alternativen dort, sodass man das Hiragana zum Größten Teil sogar einfach während der Übungen lernt. Beim Katakana muss man etwas mehr tun, allerdings eilt das zu Anfang auch nicht so stark. Die Kanji werden auch in moderatem Tempo erklärt. Die Grammtikteile sind kurz und bündig erklärt und gefestigt wird dieses durch die entsprechenden Übungen. Am Anfang ist ein Lektionsdialog, der quasi alles gelernt auch noch einmal in einigen Dialogen zusammenfasst und zum Schluss Hörübungen, sodass tatsächli alle 4 Bereiche der Sprache abgedeckt sind.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Genki 28. Juli 2014
Von Neko
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Since the reference text is in English, its usefulness in Europe may be somewhat limited. It is also a bit difficult to find words, since new vocabulary also includes words not yet used in the text. It is a good text for students planning to go to Japan - some lessons are therefore not very useful for post-college-age tourists. But the explanations are well presented.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen lange lieferzeit aber super qualität 11. Dezember 2011
Von yluu
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Sie sind sehr nett! Das Buch ist einfach super. Die lieferzeit ist knapp 3 wochen. aber das Buch kommt wirklich aus Japan, dann die lieferzeit ist doch in Ordnung.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of my favorite textbooks of all time 25. Dezember 2012
Von ZC - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I moved to Japan about 10 months ago and I needed a textbook to learn the language. I settled on the second edition of Genki and I couldn't be happier with the decision. Working your way through the textbook (and workbook) require a lot of time and dedication. That's true of any textbook, but with Genki it's even more so because the authors don't hold your hand and the book is written with the assumption that you are serious about learning Japanese. Be warned, this is not a learn-Japanese-in-a-month style book, nor an EZ-Japanese style book. No shortcuts are taken here. If you are OK with that fact, then I can't recommend this book enough.

The book is divided into 2 sections: "conversation/grammar" and "reading/writing". I'll start with an overview of the conversation/grammar section, which comprises the bulk of the book.

The conversation section has 12 lessons. Each starts with a short dialog or two, then a list of about 50 vocabulary words, which are broken down by word type (e.g. noun, irregular verb, etc). After that comes the grammar section which introduces new conjugations, expressions and other grammar structures. Each grammar point is explained thoroughly, yet concisely, always with examples of typical usage, and oftentimes with more examples to elucidate corner cases or common mistakes.

At the end of the grammar section for the lesson, there is usually (always?) "culture notes" and "useful expressions" sections. There is much to be gleaned from both, though the "useful expressions" sections are usually outstanding and provide supplementary words and sentences on a variety of common topics, such as counting, classroom vocabulary, train station expressions and doctor office visits.

Finally, each lesson ends with about 10 pages of exercises. Some can be done alone, some are meant to be pair work, and a few are designed to be done in groups. The exercises are well-designed and easy to understand.

The reading/writing section of the book, with 12 lessons which correspond to those in the conversation/grammar section, teach you to write about 10 kanji per lesson. Then there are a few pages of practice, in which you will write the kanji you learned alone and in compounds, read various letters or stories and answer questions.

For each chapter, I pretty much went through it the same way. 1) Memorize vocabulary (usually took a week per lesson). 2) Memorize new grammar structures (usually took 1-2 weeks per lesson). 3) Do the workbook and writing section exercises (took about a week per lesson). 4) Meet with my Japanese teacher and do the conversation exercises (took 2-4 hours of class time per lesson).

Thanks to this book, navigating everyday situations in Japan is quite doable. That may not sound like much, but I think it's no small feat for about 6 months of study. I feel quite comfortable in stores, restaurants, train stations, post offices, and the like. I can make plans to meet with my friends and explain if there's a problem. I can talk, to a limited extent, about the weather, my childhood, my job, my future plans, my schedule for tomorrow, and other common topics. I can tell a girl I think she's the most beautiful girl in the world. My Japanese friends tell me that sometimes my grammar is not completely natural sounding, but it's almost always comprehensible.

Is Genki perfect? No. It teaches that パンツ/pantsu means "pants", although after some giggling, my Japanese teacher insisted the word usually means "panties". In 10 months, nobody has ever said "さようなら/sayounara" to me, even though that is the word taught to mean "goodbye" in lesson 1. After finishing this book, I know the words for "astronaut" (宇宙飛行士/uchuuhikoushi) and "anthropology" (人類学/jinruigaku) but not "we" or "they" (OK, I know those words, but I didn't learn them from Genki). But I am picking nits here. It is without a doubt one of the best textbooks I've ever had the pleasure of reading. Anyone serious about studying Japanese will get a lot out of this book, provided he or she is willing to put in the necessary work!

NB: I highly recommend using this book in conjunction with the workbook!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Genki is now the perfect textbook 25. Juni 2011
Von James - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
The first edition of the Genki volumes already came highly recommended for use by Universities, but they came with a handful of complaints as well. The second edition seems to to have corrected every single area of the textbook that used to be criticized.

As a beginner, I found the vocabulary and grammer for each chapter was always 100% relevant, efficient, and thorough to the stage of learning I was at. It enabled me to breeze through this book at an unprecedented rate. It's been just a few months since I started studying, but I already feel completely confident to move onto Genki 2; I have Genki 1 completely down-pat!

The only downside: The second edition of Genki 2 doesn't come out until this September! Guess I'll have to wait a little, but it'll be worth it for such a great edition.

EDIT: BUY THIS BOOK FROM THE JAPANESE AMAZON STORE, NOT THE AMERICAN ONE- YOU WILL SAVE A LOT OF MONEY.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent! 21. Januar 2012
Von A. Kunetka - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ive only just started using this book for the second half of my first year college Japanese. Even so, I have to rave about it!
The textbook and the separate workbook, both have their own MP3 cd's for listening/speaking comprehension. The lessons are straightforward and to the point, but if you get the workbook that goes along with this, you will soon find that the lessons really force you to USE the language. The cd's are awesome for getting used to hearing the language as well.

After using a different textbook for the first half of my Japanese course at a different college, I am half wishing I could go back and do the same course over but with this book instead. It gives you quick and to the point grammar explanations and then follows that up with practice sections to really help drill the content into you. The workbook that can be purchased with this, only helps strengthen that knowledge even further. Don't let the size of the workbook fool you either. It might be few in pages compared to some other workbooks, but its a definite treasure trove of useful study lessons! Probably the best study aid I have used for learning Japanese thus far.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good thorough grammar treatment, but intended for students rather than adults 27. Juli 2013
Von gojira - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I've been using Genki over the last few months for both grammar lessons and sentence mining. It is fairly good at explaining concepts, although more diverse examples would be nice. The accompanying audio is also a big help. My biggest complaint is that I'm a grown man - not a young exchange student. I don't care to talk to Mary or Takeshi about their college majors, homework, or the test tomorrow. The vocabulary is very collegiate, and stays that way throughout most of the book. That's not to say there is not useful vocab in there, but the college stuff is quite dominant. I feel it would have been a better use of time to introduce a wider vocabulary. I also wish there would be more emphasis on the kanji earlier on.

Bottom line: Genki is a good, solid reference and textbook to work through, but it cannot be your only learning material. There is simply not enough vocabulary or real-world usage - you MUST supplement heavily with outside sources.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Not much of an upgrade from Genki 1 1st Edition 29. Januar 2012
Von Jacob - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
First of all the price on Amazon is outrageous! Buy from "The Japan Shop" or anywhere else! I paid $50 and got the Genki 1 textbook from The Japan Shop (The book is on CLOSEOUT, that means they have NEW textbooks in a large or small quantity selling for a cheap price, because they are making room for more products). I got the Genki Workbook too. Altogether it was $50 and it shipped pretty quickly. The one thing I absolutely couldn't STAND in Genki 1 1st edition was the way they would throw in the kanji spelling of a word without giving you the meaning or writing of the actual character. I was really excited to see that a new version of Genki had finally came out. However, this isn't much of an upgrade or much of a revision from the previous Genki. I own both the 1st and 2nd edition of Genki 1 and 2. I was flipping through the pages of the newer one and noticed that everything was the same. The only thing that this "revised" edition of Genki has is about 130 Kanji (which isn't even close to the number 2000), and some Cultural Notes (that I already knew because they were the same one's from Nakama 1). It's an excellent book, but I was very disappointed in how "little" they revised the book. The writers say in the front of the book that they spent 2 years on this book, but it feels like they've only spent around half a year. The pages are still made on the same color paper, nothing new, I was kind of expecting them to print it on white paper but they kept it that same grayish color. Overall, great book for learning Japanese.
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