What do I do now?

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kentaku_sama
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What do I do now?

Post by kentaku_sama » Sat 07.10.2010 1:15 am

Ok so I've basically finished Genki 2 and learned a heck of alot, but I still am not able to read things like manga and Japanese Wikipedia because of the grammar. What book should I get next, what should I do to make it where what ever sentence I read I'm able to translate as long as I look up or know the vocabulary? I'm really confused because I just don't know where to go now.

ピーター
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Re: What do I do now?

Post by ピーター » Sat 07.10.2010 8:11 am

An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese is generally considered the most logical 'next step' after the Genki series, as it is published by the same authors and follows on almost perfectly from Genki II. It's not specifically designed as such, but it's regarded by many as Genki III in all but name.

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Re: What do I do now?

Post by kentaku_sama » Sat 07.10.2010 12:44 pm

Ok I'll check that out :)

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Re: What do I do now?

Post by TJack » Sat 07.10.2010 2:36 pm

Thanks ピーター! I never knew there was a book that pretty much comes after Genki.

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