この本はみじかくてやさしいでした。ストリもかわいくて、読む時、たのしかったです。りょうさんがかわいそうです! He’s stuck with a cast, which probably means no patrol duty for him for quite a while. I can relate to being unable to resist the children though.
The story is about a policeman who gets called to a house to deal with something pretty unusual: an alligator! It is a really energetic and fun story and the characters in it are super adorable and endearing. The final joke in the book is really unexpected but also super cute and funny!
I definitely recommend this book, especially to my fellow 1st year Japanese students. There are a few new vocabulary words but the illustrations make these very clear and the grammar structures are definitely ones we have learned. This book is well worth the very short amount of time it takes to read it!
This is a very fun book. I just wonder why guys always mess thing up on dates. John san did, and Takeshi san did as well. Anyways, this is not a though book if you are good at knowing lots of kanji. The pictures in the book helps a lot in understanding the context as well. I recommend this to First-year Japanese students who want to challenge themselves in understanding kanji.
この本はおもしろくてかわいいです。男の子はやさしいです。This book is very cute and shows a boy’s various activities during his vacation. The drawings are colorful and the writing is at a good beginner level of someone just learning Japanese.
I recommend this book if you want to practice with more vocab and grammars structures outside of what Genki teaches so it can be more real world applicable. This book is definitely helpful to those taking first year Japanese and is at a beginner level. The story is very easy to follow. Even if some words were not present in the Genki textbook, this book helps the reader inference them.
この 本 は たのしくて おもしろい です 。難しくないです。とても つまらくないです。よんで ください。でも語い は ちょっと むずかしい です。
The book was an amazing and funny read. I would recommend this book to those taking JPN 110 , or have very little exposure in the language. I loved reading this book. The story was colorful. I wished there was a sequel to this book. The vocabulary might be slightly higher than what we have learnt, but the grammar is very easy to understand. Please do read this book. It will definitely make you laugh.
This book is a great quick read, and I highly recommend it for Japanese 110 students. There is not a lot of text, and the illustrations really make the context clear. There is a solid amount of Katakana, with the Hiragana aids written above, so it is good practice for that. The story line was entertaining, and perfect for the holiday season!
I recommend this book to Japanese first year students. It is very easy to read with simple grammar, and we’ve learnt most of the kanji in class. There are some kanji that we don’t know yet, but illustrations will help you understand. The story is about a policeman catching crocodile in a woman’s backyard. It is a very fun story, and the illustrations are also extremely cute. It’s worth reading!
Comprehension of these short funny stories was pretty tough going for me. If other 2nd Years want a challenge, then I recommend this; but it’s probably better suited to 3rd Years. That being said, I only selected three of them this time around (there are many many short stories in this collection), so if you read any of the others, let me know what you think!
I recommend this book to those who want to advance their reading level from 0 to 1! There is a big jump from level 0 to level 1 in regards to the amount of text on a page, resulting in more context to the images of the story. Since there are slightly more advanced sentences/ grammar structures and a higher volume of words, I felt that reading this book was a closer and more accurate experience to what it would be like to read regular Japanese books. A lot can still be interpreted from the images, but the text gives more depth to an image than level 0 did. For me, the hardest part of reading this book stemmed from the formatting of sentences from up-to-down, rather than from left-to-right. We have yet to write in this format in Japanese class, so it took a lot more time to read—- going from one character to the next instead of word by word. In conclusion, this book is very friendly training for a reader getting used to the direction of fluid Japanese text!
This book is extremely easy! Because the vocabulary and kanji was easy to read, you won’t need a dictionary. I thought 「にわにわに？」was funnier than 「笑い話」. I didn’t expect the story to be this way. I thought that the woman lost her cat or something. I also enjoy the artwork. I recommend this book!