[Free] 501 Japanese Verbs (Barron's Foreign Language Guides) (Barron's 501 Verbs)Author Roland A. Lange – Z55z.co

Brand new edition of Barrons best sellingVerb Seriesmost common Japanese verbs in table format Detailed explanation on Japanese verb formation and usage Hepburn romanization used throughout Japanese characters, kanji and kana, for each verb Essentialverbs with example sentences and related expressions Verb exercises with answers Examples of verbs used in sentences Index of verbs by gerund

10 thoughts on “501 Japanese Verbs (Barron's Foreign Language Guides) (Barron's 501 Verbs)

  1. Sarugumo Sarugumo says:

    This Japanese verb book from Barron s is quickly becoming an invaluable part of my study materials and has helped clarify verbs and their usage The verbs are arranged alphabetically and this has a chapter at the start explaining how to use this book and get the most from it.Initially I didn t use this too much, but as I learnt verbs and needed to confirm their forms then I referred back to this and This is very easy to use and whilst the amount of verbs can seem a little daunting, it also highlight the 55 essential verbs that you will come across and use most frequently A great way to use this book is to learn these 55 essential verbs and then use this to clarify and refine your knowledge of other verbs as you learn them.Japanese is a very honorific language and this book shows the formal and informal versions of verbs, this is essential to ensure you are polite enough, but also when forming compound sentences, which use both forms in their creation.This is quite a large, heavy book, so not the kind of thing you d carry around with you when travelling, but it is ideal for home study etc.I use this alongside the Japanese from Zero series which I am using to learn the language itself , a particles dictionary and a few other study aids, but this is one that I find myself reaching for and as my knowledge increases This is not aimed at beginners and may seem a little daunting when you are new to Japanese, but it becomes invaluable the you progress.This deserves the 5 star ratings and if you re serious about studying Japanese, then make sure you add this to your learning arsenal.

  2. hometrainer-tests.de Customer hometrainer-tests.de Customer says:

    I decided to get this verb book in particular, as I d purchased a Japanese grammar guide from Barron s before, and was very impressed with their style and content following up with buying this verb guide, I was certainly not disappointed A fantastic guide for anyone wanting to master Japanese, very user friendly and helpful Definitely recommending this book.

  3. R. Ingle R. Ingle says:

    This book has everything a student of Japanese could ask for Verbs are arranged A Z in Romanji so for those students wanting a serious approach, it d be better to look for a book that organises things according to Hiragana It also has a glossary at the back, so if you know your English verb, you can look it up in the back of the book to find the Japanese translation, then you can go back to the front of the book and find it accordingly It also has essential 55 verbs to show you which verbs are used most often and which are good to learn Overall a very good investment.

  4. Marios Akritas Marios Akritas says:

    An excellent book Extremely useful

  5. Michael Knott Michael Knott says:

    This book is very helpful A lot of useful verbs with every form needed in it Love it Recommend this to any one studying Japanese

  6. Jo Jo says:

    While the previous edition of this book appears to have been largely pointless, due to the lack of kanji and repetition of regular verb forms, this book seems to be a significant improvement.First of all, there is a list of 55 Essential Verbs at the beginning of the book, and alphabetically through the book, these are given an extra page each The extra page for each of these verbs contains Sentences using verb , a short description of when you might use it, and Words and Expressions Related to This Verb.At the top of each page one page equalling one verb covered , is the verb written in romaji and then in hiragana, WITH the relevant kanji Where a kanji equivalent is included, the hiragana writing is also there, so that it is easy to see how the individual kanji is are pronounced This means that for mitomeru , for example, we have three separate writings of it one hiragana alone, one kanji and hiragana, and one romaji.While it is true that most Japanese verbs are regular, and so there is a large amount of repetition in the book, one could also make the argument that large numbers of French verbs, or Spanish verbs are regular, so there s no need for than one of each regular form in their respective editions of this book Seeing the verbs all laid out can make it much easier to learn how regular I and II verbs act, which will be useful for when one encounters a verb not listed in the book.All in all, I have found this book to be very useful, and would hate to see it damned for failings in the previous edition As for the lack of hiragana in the lists of forms, I would suggest that a quick google would find a chart that would allow them to be copied down however the reader wishes when they are being used, so I don t personally consider that a serious detriment.

  7. Matthew Hand Matthew Hand says:

    I own the Japanese Grammar guide by Barron s, and they are a reliable, handy guide for any student of Japanese Perfect for the classroom or self study Pocket size, easy to take anywhere My perspective of studying any language has changed thanks to these guides.

  8. Jerome Jerome says:

    Libro portatile Ti arricchisce il tuo vocabolario giapponese.

  9. Melle Cremaschi Charlotte Melle Cremaschi Charlotte says:

    Enfin un bescherelle pour les japonisants Cela livre contient 500 verbes diff rents conjugu s et crit en r maji L infinitif est cependant disponible en kanji et katakana Ce livre est tr s utile donc quand on doute de la conjugaison d un verbe Seul b mol comme le verbe est traduit du japonais vers l anglais il est recommand de conna tre un minimum d anglais pour appr cier ce livre.

  10. Manuel Manuel says:

    Comme son nom l indique il s agit d un tableau de conjugaison.Le principal d faut que l on risque de trouver cet ouvrage est le fait que les tableaux de conjugaisons sont en romanji lettres latines et non pas en Kanji et Kana.Mais bon, l infinitif du verbe est donn en haut de page en Kanji et hiragana Les d clinaisons des verbes japonais tant toujours en hiragana cela devrait mon avis n tre qu une petite g ne si vous ma trisez bien les kana et leur quivalences avec le romanji.Bref, c est un ouvrage utile pour apprendre les verbes, moins, bien s r, que vous ne soyez un ultra japonisant puriste jusqu au bout des ongles D