Learn Conversational Japanese DVD’s
If you could find a way to learn how to speak Japanese easily, would you try it? I have a number of Learn Japanese DVDs that I am willing to give away for free to people who would like to learn Japanese.
This software teaches everything from beginner-level through intermediate-level Japanese. Everything is presented in an easy-to-understand and easy-to-use format. There are many topics to choose from and most include lots and lots of voice recordings both in Japanese and English. Just press the button again and again to listen to the recordings over and over again. Nearly all topics also include automated flash-card systems which means, you don’t have to spend countless hours making flash cards, they are already made for you. Additionally, numerous multiple-choice tests with feedback and scoring are provided to help you gain proficiency.
Of course there also many other methods to learn Japanese such as books, tutoring, classes, web sites, and other software packages, all of which are much more expensive than this software. No matter which method you choose, this software can also be used as a great learning supplement for any of the other methods because it covers an extensive amount of information, it is so easy to use, and there are no subscription fees. Why am I giving it away for free? Because I want people to try it out. So why not give it a try?
These DVD’s are intended to go to people who currently want to learn Japanese. They are not intended to go to DVD collectors. In other words, if you are currently studying Japanese or if you are about to start studying Japanese, I would like to share one with you. If you don’t fall into one of these two categories, please don’t ask for one right now.
To obtain a copy, please contact me.
Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
This free DVD offer is for Okinawa residents only. If you reside some place else, please contact me for an alternative method to receive this free software..
We don’t attempt to teach 100 different languages at the same time. We concentrate on 2, Japanese and English.
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