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Beyond Polite Japanese: A Dictionary of Japanese Slang and Colloquialisms (Kodansha) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Juni 2002

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"An indispensable reference ... as you switch on the TV to watch a cop show or a soap opera." -Asahi Evening News



"An indispensable reference ... as you switch on the TV to watch a cop show or a soap opera." -Asahi Evening News



"An indispensable reference ... as you switch on the TV to watch a cop show or a soap opera." -Asahi Evening News


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This text presents an easy-to-use student's reference guide to the most common colloquialisms in the Japanese language. All the entries and sample sentences are presented in romanized Japanese, with English word and phrase equivalents.

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Von Ein Kunde am 19. März 2000
Format: Taschenbuch
This book calls itself "A Dictionary of Japanese Slang and Colloquialisms", and it is exactly that. Unlike some books which claim to teach the colloqual speech and then get bogged down in vulgarity and profanity, this book, though it does feature such things, also spends a good deal of time on idiomatic phrases that will prove to be far more useful in conversation. I found the categorization scheme somewhat whimsical, but it's fun to just flip through the book anyway. There is also an index in the back for fast reference.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mr. Akihiko Yonekawa brings a very high level of education and literacy to this complex yet common level of language. He makes t 26. Dezember 2014
Von Robert Hann - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As an amateur translator, I have spent quite a large amount of time working with Japanese video games over the past few years. I picked up ‘Beyond Polite Japanese’ intending to quickly thumb through it for an overview of the book. Three hours later, I had gone through the entire book and made ninety little red marks in the index. Most of these marks were words and expressions I recognized, but I had never been able to find their meaning. The book contains much more than can be grasped in such a short amount of time. There are many entries I did not mark and many nuances of the use of Japanese yet to be discovered in the very well done and colorful sample sentences. Mr. Akihiko Yonekawa brings a very high level of education and literacy to this complex yet common level of language. He makes the learning as fun, as it is broad and thorough.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Helpful book 8. Januar 2013
Von S. Baergen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My dad is taking classes in Japanese, but more often than not, polite Japanese is what's taught so that students can speak properly and not offend Japanese citizens when they travel. This book teaches exactly what it's supposed to--slang and rude Japanese. It's safe to say most teachers don't teach slang or rude things in classroom settings. It's useful to know slang because it's how a lot of people talk in Japanese and at the very least, people don't speak textbook Japanese (despite this, though, it's safe to not speak like the examples in the book).

But anyway, my dad likes the book a lot. I've read it too and it's pretty funny. I know that unless I'm really angry at my close friends, I'll probably never speak like this for fear of being shunned by society (the language in the book does get very harsh).
The book got to me in good shape and on time, so thank you, especially since I ordered it around Christmas. Thank you!
4.0 von 5 Sternen A great resource for your collection 14. Februar 2015
Von Steve Duvall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a good resource for words you don't often learn in class. The terms are explained as to source where appropriate and sentences are provided displaying usage.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good companion for translators of manga or anime 13. Januar 2012
Von Austin Mullen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Really great for translation reference, but don't expect to be able to trot out onto the streets of Harajuku and chat with random passersby.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Handy Little Book 19. März 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book calls itself "A Dictionary of Japanese Slang and Colloquialisms", and it is exactly that. Unlike some books which claim to teach the colloqual speech and then get bogged down in vulgarity and profanity, this book, though it does feature such things, also spends a good deal of time on idiomatic phrases that will prove to be far more useful in conversation. I found the categorization scheme somewhat whimsical, but it's fun to just flip through the book anyway. There is also an index in the back for fast reference.
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