A fresh, crisp new design re-launches this perennial bestseller. More user-friendly thanks to improved color-coding and new categories, this is the phrase book created by the people for the people.
GET D!RTY Next time you're traveling or just chattin' in Japanese with your friends, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they never teach you in school, including: ーCool slang ーFunny insults ーExplicit sex terms ーRaw swear words "Dirty Japanese" teaches the casual expressions heard every day on the streets of Japan: What's up? Ossu? How's it hanging? Choshi doyo? I'm smashed. Beron beron ni nattekita. I love ginormous tits. Kyo'nyu daiskui. Wanna try a threesome? Yatte miyo ka sanpi? I gotta take a leak. Shonben shite. He's such an asshole. Aitsu wa kanji warui kara. 日本語編 確かな販売実績、よく売れています！
Students of Latin and all crossword puzzle aficionados will enjoy broadening their knowledge of Latin and discovering English words rooted in Latin, with this ingenious Quid Pro Quo method-exchanging English clues for Latin words (and, for the last four puzzles, vice versa).
This pocket-size book lists approximately 6,000 words in English with translations into Japanese. Words are divided into several different categories and listed alphabetically within each category. Categories include greetings, numbers, measurements, moods and emotions, driving situations, travel situations, sports, foods, shopping, phoning, and many others. All titles in Barron's foreign language "Vocabulary Series " include pronunciation guides and a bilingual and alphabetical quick "Wordfinder "section. Barron's "Vocabulary " books are useful students' classroom supplements as well as handy travelers' aids.
Organized by such common subjects as Home, Work, Eating Out, Transportation, Health and Sports, these bilingual visual dictionaries give students and business people quick access to foreign terms in the simplest and most intuitive way.
Language comes easily when one learns with Pimsleur. Using a scientifically proven method, these audio-only lessons eliminate the hassle of books, classes, or additional fees. 8 CDs.
Master American English and communicate with confidence As an experienced student of English, you know the language can be a tricky one to learn with its complex grammar and its many "exceptions to the rule" rules. Written by ESL guru Mark Lester--author of "Grammar and Usage in the Classroom"--this authoritative reference unravels these mysteries so you can take your English-language skills to the next level. You'll gain the confidence to speak English in any setting: in the workplace, at school, in social situations, and at home.Master those troublesome subjects that baffle even native speakers of English: articles * determiners * predicate adjective complements * post-noun modifiers * conjunctions * word order * verb tenses * modals * noun clauses
Tackle head-on all the hurdles that you find hard about learning Spanish"Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Problem Solver" doesn't pretend that learning Spanish is easy. Instead of covering the entirety of the language, it hones in on those areas where you might have difficulty--areas such as "saber" vs. "conocer," "tener" vs. "hacer," "ser" vs. "estar," "para" and "por," and the preterit vs. the imperfect tense. Features: A variety of extensive exercises for practicePractical and high-frequency vocabulary Answer key provided for reference and quick feedbackDon't sweat those troublesome grammar areas any more! "Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Problem Solver" is your perfect learning tool for ironing out your troubles.
More than 1,000 basic phrases for fast, effective communication include expressions for dining, shopping, transportation, and other common situations. Designed for quick reference and easy study. Phonetic pronunciation guide for each phrase.
This Greek grammar text integrates the technical requirements for proper Greek interpretation with the actual interests and needs of Bible Students. It is the first textbook to systematically link syntax and exegesis of the New Testament for second-year Greek students.