.".. this small book offers a wealth of difficult vocabulary presented in an accessible, interesting format." The Japan Times
"The author's explanations of usage solve long-standing mysteries." The Daily Yomiuri
" ... an easy, interesting way of learning new words." The Nikkei Weekly
"A highly recommended reference work for the serious student." Tokyo Today
.".. an inviting read through the inclusion of interesting etymologies and, sometimes, jocular example sentences." Asahi Evening News
For every student, a time eventually comes when basic grammar is no longer the problem. You can say a few words about the weather, or the fact that, yes, you are feeling hungry, or explain that you are going out for the day - and actually be understood. Beyond that, however, the going gets tough. You cannot make pertinent comments about philosophy, politics, art, science, law, or business - simply because you lack the necessary vocabulary. In fact, you may not be able to say that you are interested in 'philosophy' at all, because you don't know the Japanese word for it.
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