Well, I was just thrilled to read a brand new review for our Kindle ebook, 100 Japanese Grammar Points.
We’d had two other reviews. One was four star that was generally positive and one was a three star that didn’t like how I used screen shots to capture the Japanese. Unfortunately, Amazon doesn’t currently allow Japanese characters even though most Kindles out there support it. So, I have to use images. I do need to fix the ones with the spell check squiggly lines, though…
Here is the wonderful review–Thank you Solano-san!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value,May 6, 2012Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)This review is from: 100 Japanese Grammar Points in Plain English (Kindle Edition)
I do not care tha much for e-books, what they make up in ostensible convenience, they usually lack in quality, so I do appreciate some of the comments regarding screenshots… and I agree; I’ve had my share of disappointments.
Having said that, this particular book is an invaluable wealth of very useful, pragmatic information. I am learning Japanese on my own, so finding material that is comprehensive, and making sense of it without the help of an instructor is difficult.
In my assessment if you learn basic vocanulary and apply the concepts presented in this book, you will gain a significant grasp of the fundamentals; this book has gone a long way in helping me bridge the gap of understanding from pieces of information collected from other sources.
If you’re someone who enjoys learning on your own, you will get a lot out of this book… and the price makes it a great deal, I would not be shy about buying other japanese learning material from this author