I recommend this book because it was a nice story. It made me want to continue reading and find out what happens.
This book is very cute, especially because I like animals. The plot is also a little weird. It is like a children’s story: it is best to not think about the realism of the plot too much. The art is very cute.
I recommend people to read this book. It is not hard. It is a very pleasant read. However, it is not realistic, and the book is not really trying to teach anything.
この本は ラーさんのせいかつについて 書きました。ラーさんは友だちがありませんが、暇じゃないです。毎日音がきを聞きますから。本の中で、たくさんえがあります。とてもかわいいです。ちょっとむずかしいたんごがありますが、ストーリはかんたんです。
The book has lots of Katakana, most of which are the name of songs and singers. So I think it is good path to practice Katakana through reading. The drawings are really interesting and creative. Really recommend this book. ロイ-音楽が好きです
この本は大豆について紹介して 面白いと思います。日本人は大豆にたくさん食べ物を作ります。そして、as it is used in many cultural practices, I get to know more about Japanese traditional culture. 本の中で いろいろ食べ物の写真があったから、読むのが難しくないと思います。
This book is really interesting that the girl in the story meets herself! I love this story. I also love the elaborated drawings of the book.
I really recommend this book to JPN 110 and 111 students to read this. There exists some new kanjis but I believe students can understand them according to the context. This book also helps to get familiar with some kanjis.
I really enjoyed reading this book, because the photos are all very beautiful and I love Japanese scenery and food. I also got to learn some cultural features of Japan. Because it’s a level 0 book, the grammar are very easy, but I find it hard to understand all the kanjis, especially the names of the places mentioned. Overall, I recommend it to 日本語一年生 and people who are good at kanji.
この本はおもしろいと思います。エミさんとニナさんゆかたを買 ってお ぼんおどりに行きました。かんじとたん語がかんたんです。I really loved the art style, its simple and cute. There were a couple of words that I could not recognize but its still understandable through context. There were also some unfamiliar kanji but they were accompanied by the hiragana. Overall, I highly recommend to level 0 readers.
This book was sort of difficult to read because there was a lot of non-Genki vocab in it. I had to look a lot of words up and it disrupted the flow of the story a bit. However, when I was reading it I was very curious what would happen next and I wanted to keep reading. I also really liked the drawings. I recommend it for people who don’t mind looking up vocab.