Talk:Selecting a Japanese Textbook
おかえりなさい、Infidelさん。 I thought the table from the old article was good, what do you think of including it in this new one? Gundaetiapo 19:30, 3 December 2007 (EST)
It's still around, I just moved it so the page wasn't so long. I went ahead and added a couple more links to make the new location more obvious.
Just noticed the discussion page
I don't know why I'm only just now noticing this discussion page. It's not as if I haven't made comments on other people's discussion pages, I guess I'm alittle obtuse. Going to try to add all these suggestions real quick today or tomarrow.
I'm officially changing my strategy for listing the kanji used in a book. As the number if kanji increases it is obviously too much trouble to ask people to hand count them. So now I'm just asking for a JPLT Level or School Grade estimation which should be much easier to get :)
Thank you all.
Rykk (28 Aug 1:30a)
- Authentic Japanese: Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced (AJ)Amazon Link
- Japanese Life Today: 現代日本事情 (JLT)
|Title||©||Chapters||Pages||Kanji||Audience Emphasis||Writing Emphasis||Spoken Emphasis||Audio||Workbook|
Japan Shop Link
on the "List of In-Print Textbooks", what do you think of putting link to The Japan Shop.com
this page is starting to look really nice!
Infidel-san, Don't you mind to put a link on "kana" "kanji""Roumaji"? so that someone can create new pages easier, I guess.--Coco 14:01, 6 July 2006 (EDT)
Japanese for Young People Data
|Title||Books||©||Chapters||Pages||Kanji||Audience Emphasis||Writing Emphasis||Spoken Emphasis||Audio||Workbook|
--Armon 23:27, 27 August 2006 (EDT)