This is the second volume of the Japanese workbook focused on “collocation.” This volume focuses on commonly used beginner level vocabulary from those categorized under “foot, mouth, and eye.” This will allow you to efficiently learn expressions using collocations composed of commonly used words while deepening your understanding of each word.
<Korokeshon de Fuyasu Hyohen>
■Masaki Ono, Noriko Kobayashi, & Morihisa Hasegawa
What is the magic formula to push your Japanese to that ever-ephemeral advanced level? This workbook offers a solution through focusing on a phenomenon known in linguistics as “collocation.” Quite often, simple words you learn as a beginner are used together (that is, “collocated”) to create a natural expression frequently used in daily conversation. This workbook explores the deeper meaning of each word, and then teaches you expressions the word forms in combination with other vocabulary. As a result, you can efficiently increase your vocabulary with less effort, while simultaneously widening your range of linguistic expression. Examples of real-life use can be searched on the online platform, aiding self-study.
Volume 1 focuses on vocabulary categorized according to meaning under “head, body, and hand.”
Volume 2 focuses on vocabulary categorized according to meaning under “foot, mouth, and eye.”