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$0 Language Learning - 6 eBooks @ Amazon US/AU | (Android) Learn French with MosaLingua (Premium) @ Google Play


Free ebooks through Amazon - please check they are free before you buy.

ebook US link AU link
Japanese: An Essential Guide to Japanese Language Learning US AU
Spanish: Learn Spanish For Beginners Including Spanish Grammar, Spanish Short Stories and 1000+ Spanish Phrases US AU
German: Learn German For Beginners Including German Grammar, German Short Stories and 1000+ German Phrases US AU
French: Learn French For Beginners Including French Grammar, French Short Stories and 1000+ French Phrases US AU
Portuguese: Learn Portuguese For Beginners Including Portuguese Grammar, Portuguese Short Stories and 1000+ Portuguese Phrases US AU
Italian: Learn Italian For Beginners Including Italian Grammar, Italian Short Stories and 1000+ Italian Phrases US AU

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  • +2 votes

    Japanese book US link is back to $2.84.

    For 148 pages I wouldn't expect content better than any other travel Japan book. Try the apps Kotoba (vocabulary) or JA sensei for a similar exploration of the basics.

    Thanks OP for posting language books


    Thanks for the Japanese, want to get back into learning it


    Thanks Dealbot :)


    French language is only read now for $0, no buy option


    Genki desu ka, hai genki desu.

    I probably (profanity) that up.


      No, you were close! Just add the honorific "o" to the first genki so it becomes:
      Q: Ogenki desu ka?
      A: Hai genki desu!


    Correct, you add the O to be more polite.

    Then A can add.. Anata wa. For a reply.
    Q. Genki desu.

    Remember the u at the end of desu is almost silent.

    I will add this for those interested in learning Japanese.
    I think I have near 8 books, various audio book / tapes.

    The best way I have found to learn Japanese is go to a college / course where need to do the homework given, have a Japanese sensi who can answer your questions and correct your attempts.
    For Audio I have found the Michel Thomas method to be the best way of absorbing Japanese from an audio perspective.
    For the long haul though, at least learn Katakana and Hiragana, those two are not that difficult. Not commenting on Kanji though.

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