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DLI. Japanese Headstart Course

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DLI. Japanese Headstart Course
5 PDF Ebooks. 26 MP3 files mono 64 kbps 9h 40m.
Тщательно проработанный аудиокурс японского языка для самообучения. Уроки озвучены носителями языка.
Содержит 5 текстовых пособий:
Japanese Headstart Student Guide
Japanese Headstart Modules 1-5
Japanese Headstart Modules 6-10
Japanese Headstart Cumulative Glossary
Japanese Headstart Flashcards
и 26 звукозаписей уроков 2 – 9.
Материалы курса упакованы в 3 архива:
текстовых пособий
звукозаписей уроков 2 – 5
звукозаписей уроков 6 - 9
Здесь архив звукозаписей уроков 2 – 5.
The FSI Japanese Headstart Program can help make your stay in Japan rewarding by providing essential language skills and cultural information. Unlike traditional "textbook Japanese," this course focuses on the kind of practical, everyday Japanese you will need to go shopping, ask directions, or ride the subway.
The program is designed to be challenging and stimulating, and it can be fun. The suggestions in this guide can help you get the most from the program. The Japanese Headstart is a self-instructional course. According to directions on tape and in your text, you will repeat words and phrases given by native speakers of Japanese, ask and answer questions in Japanese, and practice using the Japanese phrases you are learning. You are urged to study the course materials at your own pace. There should be no time limits except those you set for finishing each of the modules and the whole course.
Eight of the printed language-instruction modules in this course are accompanied by recorded material on cassettes. The recorded and printed language material must be used together for best results. In addition, the course contains two modules without recorded material: notes on Japanese culture and an optional reading-writing module dealing with signs and menus.
The subjects covered in each module of the course are as follows:
1: Cultural Background Module
2: Greetings and Introductions Module
3: Directions Module
4: Eating Out Module
5: Shopping and Repairs Module
6: Subways and Trains Module
7: Module
8: Module
9: Taxis Prices Time
10: Signs and Menus (optional)
Although the modules are numbered, you are encouraged to study the first seven in any order you choose. Modules 8 and 9 should not be attempted before you have mastered Modules I through 7.
Like the other modules, Module 10 (Signs and Menus) is designed to give you practical skills that will be useful in daily situations. The module is optional because it deals with written Japanese and the Headstart Program is primarily concerned with spoken Japanese, Most students of Japanese find the written language fascinating; we hope you will, too. In any event, the cue cards contained in the module can be carried with you wherever you go and will help you get around in Japan. You can use the cards to identify the names, written in characters, of train and subway stations, signs seen when shopping, restaurant signs, and items on Japanese menus.
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