Book: «An Introduction to Technical Japanese»

An Introduction to Technical Japanese

Focusing on learners in the science and technology field, here is a book that aims to help them acquire words and expressions as well as cultivate their reading skills in the said field. Learners who have already studied at the beginner stage can brush-up on sentence patterns and structures while they also acquire specialist Japanese terms and expressions used in science and technology. All vocabulary is translated into English.

Издательство: "3A Corporation" (2007)

Формат: 185x260, 168 стр.

ISBN: 978-4-88319-442-1

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