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GraceyLike wrote:Japanese in Mangaland? Cool, how does that textbook go?
I will explain it shortly, hope it helps a bit XD.
I have it as well, it's a rather interesting textbook that explains well and is more or less fun at the same time
Japanese in Mangaland has 3 text books. Teaching most of what you need to know about JLPT 3 and 4. It has a workbook for the first book of the serie. It explain things with help with extracts of a manga I think. They are at least not from any famous manga. But mostly there are text that explain it, and then there're extract from a manga as an example.
Maybe this explains a bit better.
http://www.thejapanshop.com/product.php ... t=0&page=1
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