Review & Giveaway 16: Japanese Kanji Made Easy

20 Apr

Yet another book from Tuttle Books!
Once again, they have agreed to give (given) one free copy of this book to a random visitor to my blog!

(Click here to read all of my reviews and giveaways.)

This book is titled “Japanese Kanji Made Easy: Learn 1,000 Kanji and Kana the Fun and Easy Way (with audio CD)” by Michael L. Kluemper.

“Japanese Kanji Made Easy: Learn 1,000 Kanji and Kana the Fun and Easy Way”

I will put the details of the free drawing for this book at the end of this post.

The written Japanese language has three scripts hiragana and katakana (collectively known as “kana“) and thousands of kanji.
This book introduces useful 1000 kanji and kana in an easy-to-remember method with illustrated pictographs.
Each kanji has the English meaning written, as well as the pronunciation in romaji (English alphabet).
It even has a CD so you can listen to the correct pronunciation of each word!

I already know all of the kanji (and of course, kana) in this book, but I can tell that it would make learning them easier than the straight memorization way that I did!

If you’re interested in learning Japanese, this book would be immensely helpful to you!

Japanese Kanji Made Easy: Learn 1,000 Kanji and Kana the Fun and Easy Way” can be purchased through Amazon here.

But, as I said above, Tuttle Books has agreed to give (given) one random visitor to my blog a free copy of this book.

To enter the drawing for the free book, submit this form by 2015 May 10th:

***** Updated May 10th, 2015 *****

This special promo ended on 2015 May 10th. One random winner was selected and contacted directly by Tuttle Publishers (via email) with the details about the free book.

Thank you to all who entered, but only the winner was contacted.
*****

5 Responses to “Review & Giveaway 16: Japanese Kanji Made Easy”

  1. tokyo5 May 6, 2015 at 4:21 pm #

    Four days left to enter in the drawing for a free copy of this book!

    Like

  2. CrazyChineseFamily April 20, 2015 at 1:24 pm #

    Too bad I have more than enough only hands now so studying another language will be out of reach for now, otherwise I would participate in this🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • tokyo5 April 20, 2015 at 1:49 pm #

      What language(s) are you currently studying? Chinese?

      Liked by 1 person

      • CrazyChineseFamily April 20, 2015 at 1:58 pm #

        Yeah, only Chinese and it is plenty to do after coming home from work and doing some household stuff🙂

        Like

      • tokyo5 April 20, 2015 at 2:26 pm #

        Chinese seems really difficult! Even more so than Japanese!

        Like

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