Japanese stories for language learners (édition bilingue anglais/japonais)

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A great story can lead a reader on a journey of discovery--especially if it's presented in two languages!

Beautifully illustrated in a traditional style, Japanese Stories for Language Learners offers five compelling stories with English and Japanese language versions appearing on facing pages. Taking learners on an exciting cultural and linguistic journey, each story is followed by detailed translator's notes, Japanese vocabulary lists, and grammar points along with a set of discussion questions and exercises.

The first two stories are very famous traditional Japanese folktales: Urashima Taro (Tale of a Fisherman) and Yuki Onna (The Snow Woman). These are followed by three short stories by notable 20th century authors: Kumo no Ito (The Spider's Thread) by Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927)Oborekaketa Kyodai (The Siblings Who Almost Drowned) by Arishima Takeo (1878-1923)Serohiki no Goshu (Gauche the Cellist) by Miyazawa Kenji (1896-1933) Reading these stories in the original Japanese script--and hearing native-speakers read them aloud in the accompanying free audio recording--helps students at every level deepen their comprehension of the beauty and subtlety of the Japanese language. Learn Japanese the fun way--through the country's rich literary history.

All audio is accessible on tuttlepublishing.com/downloadable-content.

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  • Auteur(s)

    Anne McNulty, Eriko Sato, Rose Goldberg

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  • Nombre de pages

    192 Pages

  • Longueur

    22.8 cm

  • Largeur

    15.2 cm

  • Poids

    501 g

  • Support principal

    Grand format

Infos supplémentaires : Multilingue   Broché  

Eriko Sato

  • Langue : Japonais

Eriko Sato est maître de conférences au Département d'études asiatiques-américaines à l'Université Stony Brook.