Re: Recommendations on learning Japanese
After doing some more background reading on the suggestions mentioned in this and the linked threads i went with Genki.
It only arrived this morning so i can;t say how good/effective it is in terms of learning. But it's nicely presented and explains things well.
One thing anyone lese thinking of getting it should know is if you get the workbook for Genki you have to get the CD's as Many of the work book excersises require you to have them.
Also, the practise questions in the textbook and workbook excersise answers are only in the teachers manual as well, which sadly was the one part i didn't get [img]/images/graemlins/cry00000.gif[/img]
If the ingredients are so important to you then why do you grind yourself up and fill a couple of hundred bottles coz you’d make a pretty damn good poison