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Japanese for Teens By J.R. Maroney
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This workbook is for beginners and makes learning Japanese fun. It has been created specifically for young adults whose native language is English. Each lesson consists of three sections: Vocabulary,... More > Grammar, and Practice. Emphasis is placed on contemporary Japanese including frequently used Manga and Anime phrases. Japanese for Teens can be used as the primary teaching text or as a supplement to other texts. Initially, students are expected to learn the basic 46 hiragana characters before starting lesson one. Associations to help them learn the hiragana are included. Students are given a chance to learn contemporary vocabulary at the start of each lesson. Furthermore, students have fun with the material by creating Manga stories in each lesson. Because students are encouraged to write in the book we do not recommend buying used versions. Note: Although part of cover may appear blurry in Lulu's preview, the actual printed product has no issues.< Less
Once Upon a Time in Japan, 3rd Edition By J.R. Maroney
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An average American high school student, Michael, travels to Japan through an exchange program. Expecting only to learn another language and culture, Michael ends up joining a Japanese motorcycle... More > gang and unveiling aspects of Japanese society never before seen by foreigners. Based on a true story, Michael’s travels and encounters are so detailed that the reader is successfully transported to the mountains of Osaka, Japan where young Japanese outcasts along with their new gang member, Michael, deal with abandonment, betrayal, and prejudice in a homogeneous society.< Less Long Term Planner By J.R. Maroney
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Based on proven techniques utilized by the world’s most efficient manufacturer, Toyota, this planner gives new meaning to the word “focus.” Ditch your calendar and use this tool to... More > assess the truly “value-added” activities in your world. By focusing on value added tasks you should be able to achieve more, quicker, thereby freeing up time for fun fun fun! Why not kill your forty hour work week? If you are ahead on your goals, why should you work? Each week you'll evaluate the tasks needed to reach goals. You'll be surprised at which tasks are actually needed. Order customized planners to market your business, welcome new customers, and appreciate existing customers. Or you may choose not to customize and place your own company label on your planners. Put your planners in your waiting area, customer counter, or on your desk for your customers to take with them. What better way to remind your customers daily of the value you add to their personal life or business.< Less

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