Collection “Sans Peine” permet d’apprendre mots de vocabulaire, la grammaire de base et la conversation Langue maternelle: Allemand; Japonais . Les dialogues du premier livre, sans roumaji. En cours methodes/le-japonais. Buy Assimil SuperPack Le Japonais sans Peine: v. I – Book + MP3 CD – Japanese for French speakers (French Edition) by Assimil () by (ISBN 🙂 from.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. May 08, Melissa rated it liked it Shelves: Yes, I ja;onais indeed go through the French version, not the English one, no other reason than I uaponais had easy access to the French version. During downtimes of DeFrancis and other kanji study, I would leisurely flip through this page by page and add kanji to my anki deck as I felt like it.


That is, if I couldn’t remember the vocabulary that contained the kanji, I just skipped it.

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Fortunately, I only had to skip a few kanji here and there. The following review is pulled off a post I wrote on the H Yes, I did indeed go through the French version, not the English one, no other reason than I already had easy access to the French version.

The following review is pulled off a post I wrote on the HTLAL forums responding to someone’s question about the book.

The Assimil Japanese kanji book contains the characters in the order they appeared in the lessons.

In this respect, it’s not a “logical” way to learn the characters, that is, each character’s components aren’t necessarily learned before that particular character is learned. If you learn all radicals listed by number of strokes in the book’s appendix before starting the book, it might be less of an issue. I wouldn’t buy the book just for this part, but it is a nice add-on.

It also includes an index of all the characters in the book, listed in order of number of strokes. I feel like all kanji books boil down to the same thing.

You’ll have to come up with mnemonics to remember them though some books help with the mnemonics partit’s probably helpful to study with the aid of an SRS, and you’ll need regular practice with the characters what’s nice about readers. If you haven’t already used Assimil, then the character ordering doesn’t really make sense.


I’m assuming the English version of this book is similar to the French version. In summary, the main cons might sane Paraph rated it liked it Apr 30, John Ford rated it liked it Jun 05, Josh rated it liked iaponais Apr 22, Martynas rated it it was ok Aug 20, Lucas added assikil Jan 27, Leslie Vallet marked it as to-read Aug 16, Oussama Marzouk breezy added it Feb 23, Gfdg added it Jul 22, V-Hayden Lachance marked it as to-read Jun 13, Anna added it Dec 27, Anthony added it Jan 15, Magdalena Augustyn marked it as to-read Sep 03, Natascha added it Sep 30, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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