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    It's 2 parts, the Notes (reader part) and Drills.( plus they are pretty cheap picked up my books for about $12 off Amazon) Right now I'm at my parents house for turkey day, but I will post whats in the book when I get home monday. ^.^

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    I took a pictures of the table of contents for the Notes book. I also took a picture of a page from the Drills book.

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    Keego. That's a new one.
    いいみで

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teishou View Post
    Keego. That's a new one.
    Keego is probably 75-80% of what you do in 3rd year Japanese at University of Oregon. Some of it is really easy to remember, most of it likes to run straight past my brain and out my ear. XD

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    You made it at least 3 years of university level Japanese without realizing 敬語 should be romanized as "keigo"?

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    I didn't even notice I made an error when I wrote that. Guess all the traveling and delays messed up by brain. ^.^

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    ...Seems like it messed up the pages in your textbook, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coop52 View Post
    Even if you come knowing absolutely nothing, you'll probably pick up the essential skills pretty quickly. I honestly don't see how some people who live here for years and years never pick up any Japanese.
    By living in a hole and dealing with problems by either crying or not answering the door.
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    I had my friend who is around n2 in his Japanese ability try one of the readers. He read a reader from level 3. He said some stuff was hard but that he understood most of it and he was able to finish the book in about 20 minutes.

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