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Re: Newbie enlisted!

Post by ConraDargo » Fri 11.19.2010 8:11 pm

v10japan wrote:Welcome! Where'd you order Yotsuba&? I've been trying to get ahold of the first one in the series for a while.
eBay! The only place where everything is available ;) I make like 80% of my purchases (gadgets, books, games, music etc but not any types of food, naturally) from there.
Also, I'd recommend you get the Genki textbook. I've tried almost every textbook, and I've found Genki to be the best overall.
Are these the books I'm looking for (geeky reference intended) or are you talking about something else?

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Re: Newbie enlisted!

Post by phreadom » Fri 11.19.2010 8:30 pm

ConraDargo wrote:
Also, I'd recommend you get the Genki textbook. I've tried almost every textbook, and I've found Genki to be the best overall.
Are these the books I'm looking for (geeky reference intended) or are you talking about something else?
Those are the ones! :mrgreen: (And from the right place too! As Clay owns both TJS and TJP, so sales there help keep this site up and running free for everyone.) :dance:
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Post by v10japan » Fri 11.19.2010 8:32 pm

ConraDargo wrote:Are these the books I'm looking for (geeky reference intended) or are you talking about something else?
Yes, those are the ones. I'd recommend only getting the Genki 1 textbook though. You don't need the workbook or CD's.

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Post by phreadom » Fri 11.19.2010 8:33 pm

v10japan wrote:Yes, those are the ones. I'd recommend only getting the Genki 1 textbook though. You don't need the workbook or CD's.
The answer key also comes in very handy and covers both Genki I and II.
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Re: Newbie enlisted!

Post by ConraDargo » Sat 11.20.2010 10:23 am

v10japan wrote:Yes, those are the ones. I'd recommend only getting the Genki 1 textbook though. You don't need the workbook or CD's.
phreadom wrote:The answer key also comes in very handy and covers both Genki I and II.
Looks like a great book, I'll be sure to pick it up asap - together with the answer key :) At The Japan Shop, naturally ;)

Thanks a lot for your help! I feel truly welcome here :colonthree:

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